Concluding April 23
Tomorrow Morning (Off-Broadway at The York Theatre Company). Laurence Mark Wythe's musical about falling in and out of love features D.B. Bonds, Autumn Hurlbert, Matthew Hydzik and Mary Mossberg. For tickets visit YorkTheatre.org.
Three Men on a Horse (Off-Broadway at the Beckett Theatre). The Actors Company Theatre presents John Cecil Holm and George Abbott's comedy about a hen-pecked greeting-card writer who has a knack for predicting horse races. For tickets visit Telecharge.com.
Concluding April 24
High (On Broadway at the Booth Theatre). Kathleen Turner stars as a no-nonsense nun who counsels a crystal meth-addicted prostitute in Matthew Lombardo's short-lived play that will shutter after opening April 19. Evan Jonigkeit and Stephen Kunken co-star. For tickets visit Telecharge.com. American Idiot (On Broadway at the St. James Theatre). The rock musical based on the Green Day album of the same title explores a group of displaced youth during the George W. Bush administration as they face an uncertain future. Michael Mayer and Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong co-wrote the work. For tickets visit Telecharge.
Peter and the Starcatcher (Off-Broadway at the New York Theatre Workshop). Rick Elice's imaginative stage play, based on the novel by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson, traces the origins of Peter Pan in a magical staging by Roger Rees and Alex Timbers. Adam Chanler-Berat, Christian Borle and Celia Keenan-Bolger star. For tickets visit TicketCentral.
Angels in America (Off-Broadway at the Signature Theatre). The revival of Tony Kushner's Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning dramas about the AIDS crisis concludes its extended run. The closing cast features Michael Urie, Adam Driver, Jonathan Hadary, Billy Porter and Keira Keeley. For tickets visit SignatureTheatre.