LAST CHANCE: Godot, Twelfth Night, Stunning and Amish Project

News   LAST CHANCE: Godot, Twelfth Night, Stunning and Amish Project Two vagrants end their long wait on Broadway, while Off-Broadway loses two works about culturally isolated communities, and Shakespeare's mismatched lovers are united in music for the last time in Central Park.

Here's Playbill.com's weekly "Last Chance" reminder to catch Broadway and Off-Broadway productions before they close. Concluding July 11

  • Stunning (Off-Broadway at the Duke on 42nd Street). LCT3 presents David Adjmi's exploration of Brooklyn's Syrian Jewish subculture, which centers on the lives of a newlywed 16-year-old girl and her controlling husband. For tickets visit Dukeon42. Concluding July 12

  • Waiting for Godot (On Broadway at Studio 54). Nathan Lane, Bill Irwin, John Goodman and John Glover star in the critically praised Roundabout Theatre Company revival of Samuel Beckett's classic about two men who wait for someone, or something, on a desolate roadside. For tickets visit RoundaboutTheatreCompany.
  • Twelfth Night (At the Delacorte Theatre in Central Park). The Public Theater presents Daniel Sullivan's acclaimed music-filled Shakespeare in the Park production starring Oscar nominee Anne Hathaway, Tony winners Audra McDonald and Julie White, Tony nominee Raul Esparza, Hamish Linklater, David Pittu and Stark Sands. For free tickets head to Central Park or visit the Public's online ticketing lottery at PublicTheater.
  • The Amish Project (Off-Broadway at the Rattlestick Playwrights Theater). Sarah Cameron Sunde directs the extended run of Jessica Dickey's solo show inspired by the true events of a schoolhouse shooting in an Amish community. For tickets visit Rattlestick.org.
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