LAST CHANCE: O'Hara, Bridge Project, Vanya, Sisters and Shipwrecked! | Playbill

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News LAST CHANCE: O'Hara, Bridge Project, Vanya, Sisters and Shipwrecked! A starry company of actors conclude their Tale in Brooklyn, a Tony nominee begins her hiatus from the sandy beaches of the South Pacific, while two Chekhov classics and a tale of 19th-century adventure close Off-Broadway.

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

Concluding March 7

  • Kelli O'Hara South Pacific (Broadway at the Vivian Beaumont Theater). The three-time Tony nominee begins her maternity leave from the Tony Award-winning revival of the Rodgers and Hammerstein wartime classic. Grease's Laura Osnes will fill in for O'Hara in the role of Ensign Nellie Forbush until O'Hara's return on Oct. 6. For tickets visit LCT.
  • Shipwrecked! (Off-Broadway at Primary Stages). Michael Countryman, Donnetta Lavinia Grays and Jeremy Bobb star in Pulitzer Prize winner Donald Margulies' tale of the 19th- century would-be explorer Louis de Rougemont. For tickets visit PrimaryStages.


  • In Paradise/She Plundered Him (Off-Broadway at the Cherry Lane Theatre). INTAR presents the double bill of plays from Eduardo Machado and Nick Norman. Leslie Lyles, Ed Vasallo, James Chen and Mark Elliot Wilson star. For tickets visit INTARTheatre. Concluding March 8

  • The Cherry Orchard/The Winter's Tale (Off-Broadway at the Brooklyn Academy of Music). Sam Mendes stages the inaugural productions from the transatlantic Bridge Project, which unites celebrated actors including Simon Russell, Sinead Cusack, Rebecca Hall, Richard Easton, Josh Hamilton and Ethan Hawke for two classic works from Chekhov and Shakespeare. For tickets visit BAM.
  • Uncle Vanya (Off-Broadway at Classic Stage Company). Austin Pendleton directs a starry cast, including Denis O'Hare, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Peter Sarsgaard and Mamie Gummer, in an intimate, naturalistic staging of Chekhov's tale of wasted lives and unfulfilled dreams. For tickets visit ClassicStage.
  • Three Sisters (Off-Broadway at the Harlem Stage Gatehouse Theatre). Sabrina LeBeauf, Amanda Mason Warren and Carmen Gill star as the titular trio who long for a world beyond their own in the Classical Theatre of Harlem production. For tickets visit ClassicalTheatreofHarlem.
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