Broadway's production of David Hare's The Judas Kiss, starring Liam Neeson, is predicting the recoupment of its entire investment within the next two weeks. The play, about playwright Oscar Wilde's trial for indecent behavior and subsequent exile, opened at the Broadhurst Theatre on April 29. Its limited engaent ends on Aug. 2. The projection comes on the heels of news that Art has also returned its investment in speedy fashion, making the 1997-98 season a profitable one for plays, as a whole. A spokesman for the hit Martin McDonagh play The Beauty Queen of Leenane said the show was still doing well but that there were no projections of recoupment at this time.