LAST CHANCE: Hamlet, Steady Rain, Oleanna, Miss Julie, Wolves and Heaven

By Adam Hetrick
December 1, 2009

Hollywood exits Broadway this week as two Chicago cops, a forlorn King, an entitled rich girl and a troubled student and her college professor tread the boards for the last time. Off-Broadway bids farewell to a comedy about conjoined twins finding love and an evening of macabre tales from the U.K.

Here's Playbill.com's weekly "Last Chance" reminder to catch Broadway, Off-Broadway and world-premiere productions before they close.

Concluding Dec. 6

  • Hamlet (On Broadway at the Broadhurst Theatre). Tony nominee and screen favorite Jude Law stars as Shakespeare's grief-stricken prince who must avenge his father's death and claim his own identity in the acclaimed Donmar Warehouse production. For tickets, visit Telecharge.

  • A Steady Rain (On Broadway at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre). Screen hunks Daniel Craig and Hugh Jackman have been drawing crowds on the street and in the theatre in Keith Huff's Chicago-set drama that explores the strained professional and personal relationship of two long-time cops. For tickets, visit Telecharge.

  • After Miss Julie (On Broadway at the American Airlines Theatre). Sienna Miller, Jonny Lee Miller and Tony nominee Marin Ireland star in Patrick Marber's new take on August Strindberg's famous 1888 play about class and relationships. For tickets, visit RoundaboutTheatre.

  • Oleanna (On Broadway at the Golden Theatre). David Mamet's tempestuous drama about a college professor's meetings with his female student stars Bill Pullman and Julia Stiles. For tickets, visit Telecharge.

  • Wolves at the Window (Off-Broadway at 59E59 Theaters). The U.S. premiere of Toby Davies' macabre Edwardian-set evening is comprised of the immorality tales of British writer Saki (Hector Hugh Munro). For tickets visit TicketCentral.

    Concluding Dec. 7

  • Made in Heaven (Off-Broadway at the SoHo Playhouse). Alex Anfanger and Kevin T. Collins lead the cast of Jay Bernzweig's comedy about conjoined twins with only one thing standing in the way of their differing sexual preferences: a shared penis! For tickets visit SoHoPlayhouse.