Twelve of the 36 currently-running Broadway shows have scheduled closings over the summer, offering fans a last chance to catch them and their award-winning or award-nominated performers, scripts or designs.
A few of the closings are long-running hits like The King and I and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, but most are completing limited runs.
Among the most imminent: the last chance to see Frank Langella's Tony-winning performance in The Father will come June 19; the last chance to see Jessica Lange's Tony-winning performance in Long Day's Journey Into Night is June 26.
Though a third of the current Broadway shows will be closing, most of the theatres have already been rebooked with incoming shows.
Here are the shows, listed by closing date:
Eclipsed at the Golden
The Father at the Friedman
The King and I at the Beaumont
Bright Star at the Cort
Long Day's Journey Into Night at the American Airlines
She Loves Me at Studio 54
The Crucible at the Walter Kerr
Fully Committed at the Lyceum
Finding Neverland at the Lunt-Fontanne
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time at the Barrymore
Les Misérables at the Imperial
An Act of God at the Booth
See Playbill's Broadway Real Estate page to learn which shows are booked where.