Concluding Friday, Dec. 4
Lost Girls (Off-Broadway at Lucille Lortel Theater) Lost Girls is a drama written by John Pollono and directed by Jo Bonney. The show is described as such: "When their seventeen-year-old daughter goes missing during a winter storm, Maggie and Lou - former high school sweethearts, now divorced - are forced to confront the legacy of their past decisions. Lost Girls is a hard-hitting drama about a blue-collar family struggling to rise above their limited prospects to prevent history from repeating itself." For more information or to purchase tickets, click here.
Concluding Saturday, Dec. 5
Dear Elizabeth (Off-Broadway at McGinn/Cazale Theatre) Dear Elizabeth is a drama written by Sarah Ruhl and directed by Kate Whoriskey. The show is described as such: "An examination of the famed correspondence between Elizabeth Bishop and Robert Lowell - two of the twentieth century’s most brilliant poets, Dear Elizabeth tells a tale of unconventional friendship and intimacy that spanned thirty years and more than 400 letters, with postmarks from Maine to Key West, from London to South America." For more information or to purchase tickets, click here.
Concluding Sunday, Dec. 6
Ugly Lies The Bone (Off-Broadway at the Black Box Theatre at Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre) Ugly Lies the Bone is a drama written by Lindsey Ferrentino and directed by Patricia McGregor. The show is described as such: "Newly discharged soldier Jess has finally returned to her Florida hometown. She brings with her not only vivid memories of her three tours in Afghanistan, but painful burns that have left her physically and emotionally scarred. Jess soon realizes that things at home have changed even more than she has. Through the use of virtual reality video game therapy, she builds a breathtaking new world where she can escape her pain. As Jess advances farther in the game, she begins to restore her relationships, her life and, slowly, herself." For more information or to purchase tickets, click here.
Ripcord (Off-Broadway at New York City Center Stage 1) Ripcord is a comedy written by David Lindsay-Abaire and directed by David Hyde Pierce. The show is described as such: "A high-stakes comedy about two women of a certain age locked in a no-holds-barred battle to the death. A sunny room on an upper floor is prime real estate in the Bristol Place Assisted Living Facility, so when the cantankerous Abby is forced to share her quarters with new-arrival Marilyn, she has no choice but to get rid of the infuriatingly chipper woman by any means necessary. A seemingly harmless bet between the old women quickly escalates into a dangerous game of one-upmanship that reveals not just the tenacity of these worthy opponents, but also deeper truths that each would rather remain hidden." For more information or to purchase tickets, click here.
The Eternal Space (Off-Broadway at Theatre Row's Lion) The Eternal Space is a drama written by Justin Rivers and directed by Mindy Cooper. The show is described as such: "October 28th, 1963 marked the end of an era in New York City history. The demolition of the old Pennsylvania Station had begun, and as the wrecking crew worked to dismantle the 53-year-old architectural marvel, a chance meeting between a construction worker running from his past and an English teacher who can’t let his go sparks a three year odyssey where one man fights to keep the station standing while the other tears it down." For more information or to purchase tickets, click here.