Concluding March 6
A Play on War (Off-Broadway at the Connelly Theater). Jenny Connell and Rubén Polendo's Brecht-inspired dark comedy about a war-torn landscape riffs on musical theatre, Arabic clowning and Peking opera. For tickets visit NAATCO. Concluding March 7Original Cast of Hair (On Broadway at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre). The tribe of hippies (many of whom originated their roles in the Public Theater's 2007 concert staging in Central Park) depart the Broadway production of the Tony-winning revival to open the show in London. A new cast begins March 9. For tickets visit HairBroadway.
Trent Kowalik in Billy Elliot (On Broadway at the Imperial Theatre). Kowalik, who earned a Tony Award for his performance in the title role (alongside David Alvarez and Kiril Kulish), is the last of the original Billy's to depart the Tony-winning hit, which continue with several other young actors sharing the title role. For tickets visit BillyElliotBroadway.The Divine Sister (Developmental run at Theatre for the New City). The latest comedy from Charles Busch features acclaimed drag artist Busch alongside pal Julie Halston and Alison Fraser in the evening that spoofs Hollywood nun films from "The Song of Bernadette," "The Bells of St. Mary's," "The Singing Nun" and "Agnes of God." The run is sold-out. For standby phone (212) 254-1109.