The cast of 'Kinky Boots.' (Photo: Matthew Murphy)

“Kinky Boots” will end its Broadway run on April 7, 2019, after 2,507 regular performances and 34 previews.

At the end of its run, “Kinky Boots” will be the 25th-longest running show in Broadway history. In addition to the Broadway show, “Kinky Boots” has a West End production, now in its fourth year, a recently launched United Kingdom and Ireland tour, a North American tour in its fifth year, a production in Hamburg, Germany and an upcoming production in Japan.

“We are so grateful to have given millions of theatregoers all over the world the powerful message and infectious spirit of Kinky Boots. So many talented and dedicated individuals — both on stage and behind the scenes — have contributed to its tremendous success, and we are forever grateful to each and every one of them,” Roth and Luftig said in the press release late Friday.

The musical, which opened on April 4, 2013, features a score by Cyndi Lauper, a book by Harvey Fierstein and direction and choreography by Jerry Mitchell.

“I’ll never forget the very first performance of this show, back in Chicago in the fall of 2012. It was one of those magical nights in the theater, when the material connects with its audiences in exactly the way you hope for. It felt like a gift from the theater gods then, and it still does to this day. In the years since, we have witnessed attitudes towards gender non-conformity start to change all across America in ways we couldn’t have begun to imagine in 2012,” Mitchell said in the press release.