Teddy Bergman and Stephen Brackett direct the production, which opened Aug. 24 after previews that began Aug. 10. It was originally scheduled to conclude Sept. 17.
The creators also announced that a special Sept. 15 benefit performance, with tickets priced $100, is being presented to help allow the Woodshed Collective to offer future productions free of charge.
An Oct. 2 tag sale will also take place at the West-Park Presbyterian Church, allowing fans and company members to purchase set and costume pieces from the production.
The Woodshed Collective enlisted playwrights Bekah Brunstetter, Sarah Burgess, Paul Cohen, Dylan Dawson, Steven Levenson and Tommy Smith to pen a story each based on a different character in the novel. Tony Award-winning Spring Awakening composer Duncan Sheik and David Van Tieghem created a score for the piece. The Tenant was also adapted into a film by Roman Polanski.
The cast includes Rob Askins, Juliette Cohen, Dan Cozzens, Michael Patrick Crane, Aaron Dias, Evan Enderle, Erin Felgar, Mary Jane Gibson, Stephen Graybill, Judith Greentree, Vanina Kondova, Jocelyn Kuritsky, Maren Langdon, Roger Lirtsman, Malcom Madera, Maria McConville, Melissa Miller, Michael Piazza, Lynne Rosenberg, Caitlin McDonough Thayer, Ian Unterman, Molly Ward and Travis York.
Production design is by Gabriel Hainer Evansohn, with costume design by Jessica Pabst, lighting design by Carl Faber, sound design by Brandon Wolcott, video design by Josh Higgason, Alex Koch, Dave Tennet and Kate Freer.
To reserve free tickets, visit WoodshedCollective. The West-Park Presbyterian Church is located at 86th Street and Amsterdam Avenue.