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 July 30

All's Well That Ends Well/Measure for Measure (Off-Broadway at the Delacorte Theater). The Public Theater's repertory Shakespeare in the Park productions star Tony winners John Cullum and Tonya Pinkins, as well as Danai Gurira, Michael Hayden, André Holland, Lorenzo Pisoni, Reg Rogers and Annie Parisse. Visit

A Strange and Separate People (Off-Broadway at Theatre Row's Studio Theatre). The Temperamentals playwright Jon Marans explores an Orthodox Jewish household thrown into chaos when a charismatic gay doctor enters a couple's lives. Visit Telecharge.

Concluding July 31

Tales of the City (World-premiere at American Conservatory Theatre). The musical based on Armistead Maupin's classic series has a book by Avenue Q Tony Award winner Jeff Whitty and a score by Jake Shears and John "JJ" Garden of the Scissor Sisters. Tony Award winner Judy Kaye, Betsy Wolfe, Mary Birdsong and Wesley Taylor star. For tickets visit ACT-SF. Unnatural Acts (Off-Broadway at Classic Stage Company). Tony Speciale conceived and directs the popular, highly theatrical docudrama about Harvard University's efforts to purge homosexuals from its campus in 1920. For tickets visit

Rain: A Tribute to the Beatles (On Broadway at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre). The concert, which has been popular on U.S. tour, features vocalists, musicians and entertainers Joey Curatolo, Joe Bithorn, Joe Bologna and David Leon who perform the Beatles' hits live on stage and recreate the numerous iconic looks made famous by the rock band. For tickets visit

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