Concluding July 10
On the Levee (Off-Broadway at the Duke on 42nd Street). Lear deBessonet, Todd Almond and Marcus Gardley collaborated on the epic play with music that frames the great Mississippi flood of 1927 through the perspective of a white and black family. Tony Award winner Chuck Cooper, Amari Cheatom and Michael Siberry star. For tickets visit Dukeon42. Concluding July 11Everyday Rapture (On Broadway at the American Airlines Theatre). Tony Award nominee Sherie Rene Scott's solo show about her Mennonite upbringing — and her coming-of-age arrival in New York City — is scored with rock tunes, Judy Garland hits and a solid dose of Mr. Rogers. For tickets visit RoundaboutTheatre.
Fences (On Broadway at the Cort Theatre). Tony Award winners Denzel Washington and Viola Davis star in the Tony-winning revival of August Wilson's drama about one man's struggle with an unfulfilled dream and the family he both supports and betrays. For tickets visit Telecharge.