LAST CHANCE: Impressionism, Rooms and Torture

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A gallery owner closes shop on Broadway, while Off-Broadway shuts the door on a rock romance and Christopher Durang's latest political satire.

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

Concluding May 10

  • Impressionism (On Broadway at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre). Joan Allen and Jeremy Irons star in Michael Jacobs' play about a gallery owner and an international photojournalist who reconcile their past through artwork and discover a future – possibly together. For tickets visit Telecharge.
  • Rooms (Off-Broadway at New World Stages). The new Paul Scott Goodman musical stars Leslie Kritzer and Doug Kreeger as two young rockers who fall in and out of love while fame, fortune and its aftermath take them from Scotland to New York City. For tickets visit Telecharge.
  • Why Torture Is Wrong and the People Who Love Them (Off-Broadway at the Public Theater). The world premiere of Christopher Durang's absurdist comedy stars Tony winner Laura Benanti and Amir Arison as unlikely newlyweds with possible terrorist ties. The acclaimed cast also features Durang veteran Kristine Nielsen and John Pankow as the frazzled parents of the bride. For tickets, visit PublicTheater.
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