LAST CHANCE: Pal Joey, Forbidden Broadway and Mourning Becomes Electra

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A Broadway audience will be "Bewitched" by a popular Rodgers and Hart score one last time, while a Eugene O'Neill epic and a long-running, Tony-honored theatrical spoof close Off-Broadway.

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

Concluding March 1

  • Pal Joey (Broadway at Studio 54). Stockard Channing, Matthew Risch and Martha Plimpton star in the classic 1940 Rodgers & Hart musical featuring a revised book by Richard Greenberg. Joe Mantello directs the dark musical about a scheming song-and-dance man who literally charms the pants off a wealthy Chicago socialite. For tickets visit RoundaboutTheatre.
  • Forbidden Broadway Goes to Rehab (Off-Broadway at the 47th Street Theatre). Gerard Alessandrini's tart valentine to the best and worst of Broadway ends its long-running, Tony-honored Off-Broadway run. The musical revue spares no Broadway star, show or trend in its series of fast-paced spoofs of stars (Patti LuPone, Bernadette Peters) and shows (from Young Frankenstein to In the Heights). For tickets visit ForbiddenBroadway.
  • Mourning Becomes Electra (Off-Broadway at the Acorn Theatre). Scott Elliott stages the New Group's short-lived production — featuring Lili Taylor and Jena Malone — of Eugene O'Neill's New England-set interpretation of the Aeschylus trilogy The Oresteia. For tickets visit TheNewGroup.
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