LAST CHANCE: What's Closing This Week

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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 Nov. 27

Man and Boy (Broadway at the American Airlines Theatre). Man and Boy stars Tony Award winner Frank Langella as Gregor Antonescu, a calculating businessman who reunites with his alienated son in order to solve financial issues in a time of economic turmoil. Visit Roundabout.

The Fartiste (Off-Broadway at Sofia's Downstairs Theatre). The Fartiste tells the true story of French flatulist and entertainer Joseph Pujol, whose unique talents propelled him to being the highest-paid performer at the Moulin Rouge in 1890s Paris. Visit TheFartiste.

The Blue Flower (Off-Broadway at Second Stage Theatre). Spanning two continents and half a century, The Blue Flower explores the romantic and tumultuous relationships among four young friends—three artists and a scientist—as they create a world of art, revolution and passion amidst the turbulence and destruction of the World Wars. Visit SecondStage.

Milk Like Sugar (Off-Broadway at Playwrights Horizons/Peter Jay Sharp Theater). With potential for more but nowhere to put it,  16-year-old Annie's got a choice: honor the pregnancy pact she made with her friends, or find the path to a brighter future. In Milk Like Sugar, playwright Kirsten Greenidge finds savage humor and gritty poetry in one inner-city girl's struggle to carve out a life beyond the only one she knows. Visit PlaywrightsHorizons.

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