Concluding July 2
One Arm (Off-Broadway at the Acorn Theatre). The New Group and the Tectonic Theater Project co-present Moisés Kaufman's stage adaptation of the Tennessee Williams screenplay about a handicapped boxer who becomes a hustler. The cast features Claybourne Elder and Noah Bean. For tickets visit thenewgroup.org.
Concluding July 3
Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo (On Broadway at the Richard Rodgers Theatre). Academy Award winner Robin Williams makes his Broadway acting debut as the title feline in Rajiv Joseph's play about the Iraq War. Moisés Kaufman directs the play that also features Tony Award nominee Arian Moayed, Glenn Davis and Brad Fleischer. For tickets visit Ticketmaster
Through a Glass Darkly (Off-Broadway at the New York Theatre Workshop). The Atlantic Theater Company presents the U.S. premiere of Jenny Worton's adaptation of filmmaker Ingmar Bergman's black-and-white Oscar-winning film, which stars Academy Award nominee Carey Mulligan, Chris Sarandon, Jason Butler Harner and Ben Rosenfield under the direction of Tony Award nominee David Leveaux. For tickets visit AtlanticTheater. The Shaggs: Philosophy of the World (Off-Broadway at Playwrights Horizons). Joy Gregory, Gunnar Madsen and John Langs penned the musical about a father who turns his talent-free daughters into a 1970's rock band; the cast features Sarah Sokolovic, Emily Walton, Jamey Hood, Annie Golden and Peter Friedman. For tickets visit PlaywrightsHorizons.
Sex Lives of Our Parents (Off-Broadway at the McGinn/Cazale Theatre). Second Stage Theatre presents the world premiere of Michael Mitnick's play exploring the gap between parents and children that features Ben Rappaport, Lisa Emery and Daniel Jenkins. For tickets visit 2ST.