LAST CHANCE: Boys' Life, Glass Cage, Fault Lines, Spin and Blue Before Morning

News   LAST CHANCE: Boys' Life, Glass Cage, Fault Lines, Spin and Blue Before Morning Three siblings with a grudge, three college buddies and three unlikely travelers on an interstate journey end their Off-Broadway runs this week.

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

Concluding Nov. 8

  • The Glass Cage (Off-Broadway at the Mint Theater Company). The U.S. premiere of J.B. Priestley's family drama about the bible-thumping McBane family whose life is turned around when three siblings seeking revenge come home to roost features Aaron Krohn, Saxon Palmer and Jeanine Serralles. For tickets visit MintTheater.
  • Spin (Off-Broadway at the Cherry Lane Theatre). StageFARM presents the collection of short plays focused on the titular theme from playwrights Gina Gionfriddo, Adam Rapp, Judith Thompson, Elizabeth Meriwether and Mark Schultz. For tickets visit Smarttix.

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  • Blue Before Morning (Off-Broadway at the DR2). The terraNOVA Collective presents Kate McGovern's work about a teenager, a cabbie and a foul-mouthed pregnant hitchhiker who embark on an unlikely journey down I-95. For tickets visit Telecharge. Concluding Nov. 9

  • Boys' Life (Off-Broadway at Second Stage). Jason Biggs, Rhys Coiro and Peter Scanavino star in the revival of Howard Korder's candid look at three college buddies making their way in the big city while navigating the road to manhood. For tickets visit 2ST.com.
  • Fault Lines (Off-Broadway at the Cherry Lane Theatre). David Schwimmer directs the Naked Angels' production of Stephen Belber's comedy about a young woman who turns a drunken boys' night out on its head. For tickets visit Telecharge.
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