LAST CHANCE: Norman, Europeans, Raquin, McGillin and More

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A shameless lothario makes his last blundered advance, while a parental squabble calls for a "time out" and a long-running masked man sings his final note of "The Music of the Night."

Here's's weekly "Last Chance" reminder to catch Broadway and Off-Broadway productions before they close. Concluding July 25

  • Howard McGillin in The Phantom of the Opera (On Broadway at the Majestic Theatre). Two-time Tony nominee Howard McGillin concludes his record-breaking run as the world's longest-running Phantom (that's 2,544 performances to be exact!) in Andrew Lloyd Webber's gothic romance, which is also the longest-running show in Broadway history. (John Cudia succeeds McGillin beginning July 27.) For tickets visit ThePhantomoftheOpera. Concluding July 26

  • The Norman Conquests (On Broadway at the Circle in the Square). The Tony-winning revival of Alan Ayckbourn's trilogy of 1973 comedies Table Manners, Living Together and Round and Round the Garden, under the direction of Matthew Warchus, follows assistant librarian Norman, his wife, in-laws and the local vet over the course of one weekend. For tickets visit
  • The Europeans and Therese Raquin (Off-Broadway at Atlantic Stage 2). PTP/NYC, formerly called Potomac Theatre Project, presents the repertory productions of works by Howard Barker and Neal Bell that features cast members Antoinette LaVecchia, Robert Emmet Lunney, Scott Janes and Helen Jean Arthur. For tickets visit TicketCentral. On Hiatus

  • God of Carnage (On Broadway at the Bernard Jacobs Theatre). Yasmina Reza's Tony-winning play begins a six-week summer hiatus prior to resuming performances Sept. 8, with the complete original cast. The foursome of actors at the center of the uncivil comedy are Tony winner Marcia Gay Harden, James Gandolfini, Jeff Daniels and Hope Davis. For tickets visit GodofCarnage.
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