Carl Levin was a lead producer on the 'Nerds' musical. (Photo by Mireya Acierto/Getty Images)
Investors of the failed “Nerds” musical are suing lead producers Carl Levin and Vicki Halmos claiming they mislead them into believing the musical had the needed funding in place. The 13 investors, with Marc Stanley Goldman and Judith Nath as the lead plaintiffs, allege that the show was never “adequately capitalized” and say that Levin falsely cited the loss of a major investor for the closing of the show before it began previews. In presentations to co-producers, Levin reportedly named Facebook’s Randi Zuckerberg and Microsoft as investors, but the plaintiffs say those claims were not true. The plaintiffs are seeking…

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