LAST CHANCE: Road Show, What's That Smell, Back Back Back, Mindgame and Chair

News   LAST CHANCE: Road Show, What's That Smell, Back Back Back, Mindgame and Chair The latest musical from theatre innovator Stephen Sondheim, a comedy about a talent-free musical composer, a play about pro-baseball steroid abuse and a brutal drama about futuristic London will conclude their runs Off-Broadway later this week.

What follows is Playbill.com's weekly "Last Chance" reminder to catch Broadway, Off-Broadway and world-premiere productions before they close. Concluding Dec. 28

  • Road Show (Off-Broadway at the Public Theater). Stephen Sondheim delivers New Yorkers his first new musical in 14 years. The production, which features direction by Tony winner John Doyle and a book by Tony winner John Weidman, casts Michael Cerveris and Alexander Gemignani as the quarreling entrepreneurs (and schemers) Wilson and Addison Mizner. For tickets visit PublicTheater.
  • What's That Smell: The Music of Jacob Sterling (Off-Broadway at New World Stages). David Pittu stars in the comedy with music, which he also penned and directed, about a musical comedy writer of questionable gifts who is on the brink of fame – or perhaps infamy. Randy Redd provides the score. For tickets visit Telecharge.
  • Back Back Back (Off-Broadway at the Manhattan Theatre Club). Jeremy Davidson, James Martinez and Michael Mosley star in Itamar Moses' timely drama about three professional baseball players and the government investigation over steroid abuse on their team. For tickets visit ManhattanTheatreClub .
  • Mindgame (Off-Broadway at the SoHo Playhouse). Ken Russell directs Academy Award-winner Keith Carradine in Anthony Horowitz’s thriller about a pulp crime novelist who gets in over his head when he becomes involved with a notorious serial killer. For tickets, visit SoHoPlayhouse.
  • Chair (Off-Broadway at The Duke on 42nd Street). Stephanie Roth Haberle and Will Rogers appear in Edward Bond's drama set in 2077 London where citizens have been stripped of most rights, and the offering of a chair to a soldier brings unimagined consequences. For tickets visit Dukeon24.