LAST CHANCE: What's Closing This Week

LAST CHANCE: What's Closing This Week Here's Playbill.com's weekly "Last Chance" reminder to catch Broadway, Off-Broadway and world-premiere productions before they take a final bow.

Concluding March 13

  • The Tempest and As You Like It (at the Brooklyn Academy of Music). Oscar-winning director Sam Mendes directs the second season of plays from the Bridge Project, which feature a transatlantic company of actors including Stephen Dillane, Christian Camargo, Juliet Rylance, Thomas Sadoski and Alvin Epstein. For tickets visit BAM.
  • Kerry Butler in Rock of Ages (on Broadway at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre). Tony nominee Kerry Butler, who currently stars as Sherrie in the rock musical about making it big on the Sunset Strip, concludes her limited run. Emily Padgett steps into the role March 15. For tickets visit RockofAgesMusical.
  • Remembering Mr. Maugham (Off-Broadway at the Clurman Theatre). Robert Emmet Lunney plays Kanin opposite Sam Tsoutsouvas as Somerset Maugham in Garson Kanin's memoir based on letters and journal entries of the two writers. For tickets visit TicketCentral.

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    Concluding March 14

  • Brack's Last Bachelor Party (Off-Broadway at 59E59 Theaters). Sam Marks' world-premiere play imagines what happens to the Hedda Gabler characters when they head out for an evening of drunkenness and debauchery. For tickets visit TicketCentral.
  • Extinction (Off-Broadway at the Cherry Lane Theatre). Gabe McKinley's drama centers on two college buddies whose annual outing of male bonding turns into a volatile showdown. For tickets visit Telecharge.com.
  • The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) (Off-Broadway at the New Victory Theater). The Reduced Shakespeare Company's three-actor production offers fast-paced parodies of Shakespeare's 37 plays in 100 minutes or less. For tickets visit www.newvictory.org.
  • Measure for Measure (Off-Broadway at The Duke on 42nd Street). Jefferson Mays and Mary Testa star in Theater for a New Audience's production of Shakespeare's work that is directed by Arin Arbus. For tickets visit tfana.org.