LAST CHANCE: August, Irena, Philanthropist and Accent

News   LAST CHANCE: August, Irena, Philanthropist and Accent A playwright loses his muse, a college professor ponders life, a World War II hero makes a last vow and a hard-edged family matriarch dominates a family dinner for the final time.

Here's Playbill.com's weekly "Last Chance" reminder to catch Broadway and Off-Broadway productions before they close.

Concluding June 28

  • August: Osage County (On Broadway at the Music Box Theatre). Tracy Letts' Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning drama about an Oklahoma family in crisis stars Tony winners Phylicia Rashad and John Cullum, as well as original Tony-nominated cast member Amy Morton. For tickets visit Telecharge.
  • Irena's Vow (On Broadway at the Walter Kerr Theatre). Four-time Tony nominee Tovah Feldshuh leads Dan Gordon's true-life drama about Polish Catholic housekeeper Irena Gut Opdyke who risked her life to save twelve Jewish refugees during World War II. For tickets visit Telecharge.

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  • The Philanthropist (On Broadway at the American Airlines Theatre). Tony Award winner Matthew Broderick is an insular college professor who ponders the details of his bourgeois life as England crumbles around him. For tickets visit RoundaboutTheatre.
  • Accent on Youth(On Broadway at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre). Tony Award winner David Hyde Pierce and Mary Catherine Garrison star in the revival of Samson Raphaelson's 1934 comedy about a Broadway playwright who finds his muse is also inspiring the affections of her leading man. For tickets visit Telecharge.
  • FUBAR (Off-Broadway at 59E59 Theaters). Washington DC's Project Y creates the play that intertwines the lives of a young couple in a crammed apartment, a benevolent drug dealer at work on his first book and a woman using the internet to lead a double life. For tickets visit TicketCentral.
  • #9 (Off-Broadway at 59E59 Theaters). The New York-based Waterwell has assembled the multimedia work that explores how modern technology and the online age has lead to both progress and regress as it transforms interpersonal relationships. For tickets visit TicketCentral.
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