LAST CHANCE: Xanadu, Flamingo Court, Hoff and Longoria

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A Broadway muse laces up her skates one last time, a Florida condo is vacated and two Jersey boys take their final bow.

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

Closing Sept. 27



  • Sa Ka La (Off-Broadway at the 45th Street Theatre). The U.S. debut of Jon Fosse's work about a family crisis when the matriarch suffers a stroke on her 60th birthday. For tickets, visit Telecharge. Concluding Sept. 28




  • Xanadu (Broadway at the Helen Hayes Theatre). Douglas Carter Beane's stage adaptation of the 1980 film stars Cheyenne Jackson as a beefy Venice Beach chalk artist who finds inspiration from a heavenly roller skating muse portrayed by Tony nominee Kerry Butler. The Tony-nominated musical also features Mary Testa, Jackie Hoffman and Tony Roberts. For tickets visit Telecharge.  



  • Christian Hoff and Michael Longoria Jersey Boys (Broadway at the Virginia Theatre). Tony Award winner Christian Hoff and Michael Longoria conclude their engagements as Tommy DeVito and Franki Valli, respectively, in the hit musical that traces the career of the Four Seasons. (On Sept. 30 the Tony-winning musical welcomes Jarrod Spector, who will assume the role of Four Seasons lead singer Valli, and Dominic Nolfi, who will step into the role of DeVito.) For tickets visit JerseyBoys.




  • Flamingo Court (Off-Broadway at New World Stages). Former "M*A*S*H" favorite Jamie Farr and actress Anita Gillette co-star in Luigi Creatore's work composed of three one-act comedies set in a Florida apartment complex. For tickets visit Telecharge.  



  • The Quarrel (Off-Broadway at the DR2). Reuven Russell and Sam Guncler co-star in David Brandes and Joseph Telushkin's drama about two estranged friends – an Orthodox rabbi and a secular writer – who reunite to hash out their differences. For tickets visit TheQuarrel.  



  • Refuge of Lies (Off-Broadway at the Lion Theatre). The U.S. premiere of Ron Reed's Hitchcock-like thriller stars Tony nominee Lorraine Serabian alongside Richard Mawe in the tale of a Jewish reporter who insists an elderly man was once a Nazi collaborator. For tickets visit TicketCentral.  

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