According to the NYT, the musical—with book and lyrics by Kathie Lee Gifford and directed by David Armstrong of the 5th Ave—closed after 31 preview performances and 29 regular ones:
The show opened on Nov. 15 to largely negative reviews, although several critics praised the lead performance of Carolee Carmello as the early 20th century evangelist Aimee Semple McPherson...
Box office sales have been weak from the start for “Scandalous,” so much so that two of its producers, Dick and Betsy DeVos, of the Amway family fortune, agreed last week to underwrite the show’s financial losses after its standard financial reserve had been depleted. The show, which cost about $9 million to mount on Broadway, will close at a financial loss.
Goldy might have seen that coming—he called the show an "overlong, superficial disappointment" when it played at the 5th Ave last year.
Sorry your musical didn't work out, Kathie Lee. But you're still a hell of a lunch date.