The Total Bent, Incognito and More Extend Off-Broadway

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A number of Off-Broadway shows have announced extensions due to popular demand.
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Charlie Cox, Morgan Spector, Geneva Carr and Heather Lind in Incognito Joan Marcus

The Total Bent; Incognito; Signature Plays; Indecent; and Cal in Camo are among the Off-Broadway shows that have announced extensions due to high-ticket demand.

The Public Theater’s world premiere of The Total Bent, Stew and Heidi Rodewald's new musical about the son of a gospel star, officially opened May 25. With an additional week’s performances, the engagement will now run through June 26. Click here for tickets and more information.

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Adina Verson and Katrina Lenk in Indecent Carol Rosegg

In Nick Payne’s Incognito at Manhattan Theatre Club, a scientist steals Einstein’s brain. The new drama about memory and identity officially opened May 24 starring Geneva Carr, Morgan Spector, Charlie Cox and Heather Lind. MTC has announced a two-week extension for performances now set to run through June 28. Click here for more information and to purchase tickets.

The Signature Theatre’s production of Signature Plays, a trio of plays that revisits the work of former playwrights-in-residence Edward Albee, María Irene Fornés and Adrienne Kennedy, will now play through June 19 following a one-week extension announcement. The show officially opened May 22. Click here for more information and to purchase tickets.

The New York premiere of Indecent, a new play with music, written by Paula Vogel and created by Vogel and Rebecca Taichman, has also been extended. The new work, which opened May 17, is inspired by the real-life controversy surrounding the 1923 Broadway production of Sholem Asch's God of Vengeance, the love story of two women. The engagement is now playing through June 19 at The Vineyard Theatre. Click here to purchase tickets and for more information.

The acclaimed world premiere of Cal in Camo, which opened May 20 at Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre, is another production to receive a one-week extension. The new dark comedy by William Francis Hoffman, starring Tony nominee David Harbour, is about the nature of family bonds and our capacity for human connection. The final show will be June 18. Click here for more information and to purchase tickets.

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