Thank goodness for The Book of Mormon transferring.
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory too (although I guess that's a way away). And the Chorus Line/Kiss Me Kate revivals.
At least Viva Forever has an original storyline - and let's not forget that Loserville isn't entirely original anyway, with four or five songs coming off a pre-existing album.
For people who say that Loserville hasn't "found its audience" - who do you think that audience was? Who do you think didn't come to see the show? No matter how good the reviews had been (and it didn't deserve rave reviews anyway), it's not a family show (you wouldn't take little kids to see it and their parents would be bored), it's not a date show, it's not massively funny nor particularly dramatic... it's a show about teenagers that appeals to young adults who aren't going to spend full price on a stalls ticket. From a commercial point of view it just wasn't a goer.
I'm sure the show will make back some of its losses through licensing on the amateur circuit; it's the kind of thing that youth groups, NYMT etc. will lap up, far more so than other flops like Lend Me A Tenor.