LAST CHANCE: What's Closing This Week

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Here's's weekly "Last Chance" reminder to catch Broadway, Off-Broadway and world-premiere productions before they take a final bow.

Concluding June 5

  • The Master Builder/The Glass House (Off-Broadway at the Clurman Theatre). The Resonance Ensemble offers the double bill of Ibsen's classic play with June Finfer’s drama; the latter was inspired by Mies van der Rohe’s Farnsworth House and Philip Johnson’s Glass House. For tickets visit TicketCentral.
  • Killing Women (Off-Broadway at the at the Beckett Theatre). Autumn Hurlbert, Lori Prince and Michael Puzzo lead the cast of Marisa Wegrzyn's comedy about the ironies of corporate America. For tickets visit TicketCentral. Concluding June 6
  • God of Carnage (On Broadway at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre). Yasmina Reza's Tony Award-winning comedy centers on a meeting between two middle class couples who attempt to resolve a playground dispute between their sons. Once the coffee and clafoutis are served, things get out of hand and all civilized bets are off. The current cast features Jeff Daniels, Janet McTeer, Dylan Baker and Lucy Liu. For tickets visit
  • A Behanding in Spokane (On Broadway at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre). Christopher Walken, Zoe Kazan, Anthony Mackie and Sam Rockwell star in the world premiere of Martin McDonagh's black comedy about a crazed man searching for his missing appendage. For tickets visit
  • Dr. Knock, Or The Triumph Of Medicine (Off-Broadway at the Mint Theater Company). Jules Romains' satire centers on a doctor who begins offering free consultations to the townsfolk of a small French village and turns them into hypochondriacs. For tickets visit MintTheater.
  • Oliver Parker! (Off-Broadway at the Cherry Lane Theatre). Elizabeth Meriwether's play explores the relationship between a 17-year-old boy named Oliver and his unlikely best friend, the 60-year-old Jasper, who wants to drink himself to death. John Larroquette and Johanna Day lead the cast. For tickets visit
  • The Housewives of Manheim (Off-Broadway at 59E59 Theaters). Alan Brody's 1944-set play tells of a Brooklyn community of women awaiting the return of their husbands from WWII, whose lives are upset when a woman fleeing the Holocaust arrives. For tickets visit TicketCentral.
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