LAST CHANCE: Housebreaking, Garden, Inked Baby, Widowing and Greek Holiday

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An otherworldly play about expectant parents, two dramas about troubled marriages and a dazzling garden wilts Off-Broadway.

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

Concluding April 4

  • Housebreaking (Off-Broadway at the Cherry Lane Studio). Saxon Palmer, Evan Thompson and Monique Vukovic appear in Jakob Holder's comedy that centers on a 35-year-old man who invites a homeless man to join his family of misfits. For tickets, visit Telecharge.com. Concluding April 5


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  • Garden of Earthly Delights (Off-Broadway at the Minetta Lane Theatre). The Off-Broadway return of Martha Clarke's award-winning visual feast for the senses, combines dance, music and aerial effects to bring Hieronymus Bosch's densely populated triptych to life. For tickets, visit Ticketmaster.
  • Inked Baby (Off-Broadway at Playwrights Horizons' Peter Jay Sharp Theater). Tony Award-winning actress LaChanze stars in the Christina Anderson play about a women who enlists her sister to carry the child that she and her husband cannot conceive, as a mysterious contamination spreads throughout their neglected neighborhood. For tickets, visit Ticketcentral.
  • The Widowing of Mrs. Holroyd (Off-Broadway at the Mint Theater Company). The D.H. Lawrence drama tells the story of a wife's desperate attempt to make a safe home for her children while protecting them from a drunken father and the coalmining town in which she is trapped. For tickets, visit MintTheater.
  • Greek Holiday (Off-Broadway at the Abingdon Theatre Company). Sarah Knapp, Kathleen McElfresh and Tommy Schrider appear in Mayo Simon's black comedy about a married couple with revenge on their minds, who head to Greece for one last chance at reconciliation. For tickets, visit Smarttix.
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