LAST CHANCE: Good Negro, Dear Edwina, Humor Abuse, Rambo Solo and More

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A new work from the Nature Theater of Oklahoma, a dark comedy about a family facing the Apocalypse, one man's solo play about his family circus and a Civil Rights-era drama conclude their runs Off-Broadway.

Here's's weekly "Last Chance" reminder to catch Broadway and Off-Broadway productions before they close.

Concluding April 19

  • Humor Abuse (Off-Broadway at Manhattan Theatre Club's Stage II). Lorenzo Pisoni and Erica Schmidt created this solo work — starring Pisoni — about Pisoni's unlikely upbringing as the youngest member of the Pickle Family Circus. For tickets visit NYCityCenter.
  • The Good Negro (Off-Broadway at the Public Theater). Tracy Scott Wilson's gripping drama rips through the pages of history to uncover the human story at the heart of the 1960s American Civil Rights movement. For tickets visit PublicTheater.


  • Rambo Solo (Off-Broadway at Soho Rep). The Nature Theater of Oklahoma offers the new solo play performed by Zachary Oberzan, in which the actor explores his obsession with the film "Rambo: First Blood." For tickets visit SohoRep.
  • To Whom It May Concern (Off-Broadway at the Arclight Theatre). Aurin Squire's work centers on a battle-scarred young marine stationed in Kabul and an emotionally out- of-control adolescent boy in Abilene Kansas who poses as an 18-year-old girl to gain the marine's online affection. For tickets phone (212) 352-3101.
  • End Days (Off-Broadway at the Ensemble Studio Theatre). Peter Friedman, Deidre O'Connell and Molly Ephraim star in Deborah Zoe Laufer's dark comedy about a 16-year-old girl coping with a dysfunctional family while awaiting the imminent arrival of the Apocalypse. For tickets visit EST.
  • An Oresteia (Off-Broadway at Classic Stage Company). Anne Carson translated Aeschylus' Agamemnon, Sophocles' Electra and Euripides' Orestes for this evening of Greek tragedy. For tickets visit CSC.
  • Dear Edwina (Off-Broadway at the DR2 Theatre). Zina Goldrich and Marcy Heisler penned the kid-friendly comedy about a 13-year-old advice columnist who sings out her words of wisdom with the help of some quirky friends and neighbors. For tickets visit DearEdwina.
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