Tyler Perry‘s latest theatrical tour for his play “Madea’s Big Happy Family” has hit a snag. After completing a month of his fall performance...

Tyler Perry‘s latest theatrical tour for his play “Madea’s Big Happy Family” has hit a snag. After completing a month of his fall performance calendar, the prolific actor/director/writer announced he would be cancelling the remainder of the tour due to exhaustion.

The axed portion of the tour would have featured more than 30 shows in 28 cities. Canned dates run from today, October 19, which would have featured a show at Amway Center in Orlando, FL, through a nixed November 27-28 stand at Verizon Theatre in Grand Prairie, TX.

Full refunds will be offered for the cancelled performances, according to a statement from Perry. A full list of affected dates is provided below.

“After 125 performances in 126 days last spring, and doing two movies back-to-back this summer, then coming right back on tour and doing another 30 performances in as many days it’s all become too much,” Perry wrote on his official Web site. “I’m truly so exhausted.”

The performer, who plays the title character of Madea in many of his on-stage and on-screen productions, apologized to his fans for the cancellations and thanked them for their continued support of his work.

According to Perry’s statement, nearly 750,000 tickets were sold this year for all legs of “Madea’s Big Happy Family,” which began touring in early 2010. From the first week of January through the beginning of May, the production staged single- and multiple-night stands in about 50 cities across the nation.

His 750,000 estimate for the year is only slightly higher than the estimate he gave at the end of that winter-to-spring run. Upon completion of the first tour leg in May, Perry wrote on his Web site that nearly 700,000 people had been in attendance.

Before cancelling the late 2010 outing, Perry visited (or revisited, in some cases) 17 U.S. markets. The trek’s “encore leg” launched September 15 at New Orleans Arena in New Orleans, LA, and concluded this past weekend with an October 15-17 stand at The Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York, NY.

Besides concentrating on his theatrical productions, Perry also spent much of his summer filming works for the silver screen. His movie adaptation of the play “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf,” titled simply “For Colored Girls,” will be released November 5. He also began production on the “Madea’s Big Happy Family” movie, slated for a 2011 release.

CANCELLED – Madea’s Big Happy Family itinerary:
(Listed event dates have been cancelled. Refunds available at point of purchase.)

October 19Orlando, FLAmway Center
October 20Augusta, GAJames Brown Arena
October 21Greensboro, NCGreensboro Coliseum Complex
October 22 – 23Richmond, VARichmond Coliseum
October 24Norfolk, VAConstant Convocation Center
October 26Saginaw, MIArena at Dow Event Center
October 27Dayton, OHNutter Center
October 28Grand Rapids, MIVan Andel Arena
October 29Peoria, ILPeoria Civic Center Arena
October 30Milwaukee, WIU.S. Cellular Arena
October 31Indianapolis, INConseco Fieldhouse
November 2Bossier City, LACenturyTel Center
November 3Austin, TXFrank Erwin Center
November 4Baton Rouge, LABaton Rouge River Center
November 6Mobile, ALMobile Civic Center Arena
November 7Jackson, MSMississippi Coliseum
November 9Huntsville, ALVon Braun Arena
November 10 – 11North Little Rock, ARVerizon Arena
November 13Southaven, MSDesoto Civic Center
November 14Birmingham, ALBJJC Arena
November 16Moline, ILiWireless Center
November 17Fort Wayne, INAllen County War Memorial Coliseum
November 18Louisville, KYKCF Yum! Center
November 20Detroit, MIJoe Louis Arena
November 21Cleveland, OHQuicken Loans Arena
November 24Tulsa, OKBOK Center
November 26Oklahoma City, OKFord Center
November 27 – 28Grand Prairie, TXVerizon Theatre