It's current production of Harold Chapin's The New Morality has received a one-week extension and will play its final performance in the theatre Oct. 25. All seats for the final week will be priced at a special $43 in honor of Mint's farewell to 43rd St. The final performance will be followed by a party with the cast and other Mint alumni. Tickets are $100.
"It's not easy to lose your home, especially after more than two decades — but I look forward with relish to the new challenges and opportunities that I am confident the future will bring. I have a full slate of great plays lined up for 2016 and I look forward to bringing them to life and sharing them with audiences," said Mint artistic director Jonathan Bank in a press statement.
Founded in 1992, Mint, an Obie and Drama Desk Award-winning Off-Broadway company dedicated to reviving "neglected plays," has produced over 30 plays. More information and tickets to The New Morality can be purchased at MintTheater or by calling (212) 315-0231.