The euorpean tour sold pretty well with multiple nights in most cities.
The first american leg seems to have gone well too.... the second leg would probably have been better if placed in europe
Well, to be honest, most if not the entire european tour was announced before the album release, so people bought the ticket on trust and the promise of something unique. Once the album was out, people who didn't like it just skipped the tour.
It's a pity there won't be a release, it's almost ironic that out of three tours with Mangini, the one that does not get a DVD is the one that was the most visually complex and theatrical. At least I've seen the show, and even if I was in a bad position (the very angle on top of the theatre), I still enjoyed it.