Here is the list of upcoming Broadway and major Off-Broadway show closings. Grab tickets before it’s too late!
This list is updated regularly.
Closing Sunday, October 3, 2021
THE BOOK OF MORON
Off-Broadway: SoHo Playhouse
Written and Performed by Robert Dubac
Diected by Garry Shandling
In The Book of Moron, creator/performer Robert Dubac has been bombarded by so much hype and spin, he can’t tell the difference between truth and illusion. Is it fact or fiction? Is it a blank stare or is it botox? Thankfully, he has five inner voices who help wake him from this coma of stupidity.
Closing Friday, October 8, 2021
WHAT HAPPENED?: THE MICHAELS ABROAD
Off-Broadway: The Frederick Loewe Theatre @ Hunter College
Written by Richard Nelson
Directed by Richard Nelson
Cast includes Charlotte Bydwell, Haviland Morris, Maryann Plunkett, Jay O. Sanders, Matilda Sakamoto, Rita Wolf, Yvonne Woods
This 12th and final work of the Rhinebeck Panorama (consisting of the four Apple Family plays, three plays about The Gabriels, 2019's The Michaels, and the Zoom series, A Pandemic Trilogy, follows the Michaels family on a post-pandemic trip to France to attend a student dance festival.
Closing Sunday, October 10, 2021
Evoking heartbreak, hope, and joy over its 85 minutes, Pass Over crafts everyday profanities into poetic and humorous riffs, illuminating the unquestionable human spirit of young men looking for a way out.
Closing Sunday, October 17, 2021
DREAMers. Love(r)s. Life-long friends. Negotiating the promise of safety and the weight of responsibility, they’ll fight like hell to establish a place for themselves and each other in America.
Closing Sunday, October 31, 2021
Off-Broadway: Connelly Theatre
Written by Sarah Rose Kearns
Directed by Eric Tucker
Cast includes Sarah Rose Kearns, Rajesh Bose, Caroline Grogan, Nandita Shenoy, Jamie Smithson, Randolph Curtis Rand, Shaun Bennet Fauntleroy, Claire Hsu, Annabel Capper, Yonatan Gebeyehu
In the aftermath of the Napoleonic wars, a shy English spinster seeks to win back the love of the man she jilted eight years before. Jane Austen's last and most romantic novel, Persuasion first appeared in print in 1818, and is a meditation on love and loss, and what is constant in a changing world.
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