LAST CHANCE: Dead Horse, Stitching, MITF and D'Amboise

News   LAST CHANCE: Dead Horse, Stitching, MITF and D'Amboise A Tony nominee tips her hat "One" final time, while Sam Shepard's latest work and a twisted game of love conclude the week ending Aug. 10.

What follows is Playbill.com's weekly "Last Chance" reminder to catch Broadway and Off-Broadway productions before they close. Concluding Aug. 9

  • Stitching (Off-Broadway). Meital Dohan and John Ventimigli star in the U.S. premiere of Anthony Neilson's controversial drama where role-play, reality and fantasy blur in a brutal romance. For tickets visit StitchingThePlay. Concluding Aug. 10

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  • Charlotte d'Amboise, A Chorus Line (Broadway). Tony-nominated actress Charlotte d'Amboise plays her final performance as Cassie in the Broadway revival of Michael Bennett's groundbreaking musical about dancers putting their lives on the line for their next Broadway gig. [A Chorus Line will play its final performance at the Gerald Schoenfeld Aug. 17.] For tickets visit AChorusLine.
  • Kicking a Dead Horse (Off-Broadway). Sam Shepard directs Stephen Rea and Elissa Piszel in the U.S. premiere of his play about an American art dealer stranded in the desert with a dead horse and an existential crisis. For tickets visit PublicTheater.
  • Midtown International Theatre Festival. The ninth annual festival of works offers the final shows in its commercial division, which include Opa, Exit Cuckoo and Love, Incorporated. For tickets visit MITF.
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