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Last Chance: Broadway & Off- Broadway Closings

Closing Sunday, February 3, 2019

Off-Broadway: Theatre for a New Audience @ Polonsky Shakespeare Center
Written by Calvin Trillin
Directed by Leonard Foglia
Cast includes: Jeffrey Bean and Carrie Paff
About Alice, a two-character play by Calvin Trillin, is inspired by the author’s 2007 memoir of the same title—a love letter to his wife Alice, who died in 2001 at the age of 63 due to complications from cancer. About Alice incorporates some of the actual words of Alice and Calvin Trillin, but the play goes beyond literal representation and expresses a universal story about a remarkable marriage and a woman who is a muse, mother, wife, and part of the second wave of feminism.

Off-Broadway: York Theatre @ Saint Peter’s=
Book by Joseph Stein and Alan Jay Lerner
Music by Burton Lane
Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner
Directed by Michael Leeds
Cast includes: Andréa Burns, Antonio Cipriano, MaryJoanna Grisso, Evan Harrington, Anne L. Nathan, Timothy John Smith, and Joey Sorge
In a picturesque Italian village, Carmelina has raised her teenage daughter to believe her father was an American who died heroically in World War II—all the while collecting child support checks from three American soldiers, each of whom thinks he is the girl’s father. Complications arise when all three soldiers show up at the same time for a reunion.

Off-Broadway: Next Door at NYTW/Fourth Street Theatre
Written by Helen Banner
Directed by Jess Chayes
Cast includes: Rachel Pickup, Maggie Benedict, and Amelia Pedlow
Sarah McIntyre, a presidential appointee parachuted into the Foreign Service, has been assigned two wary young diplomats to develop her pet project: New Training Scenarios for the Resolution of Intractable Global Situations. The three begin to role-play, led by a charismatic woman experienced in persuading men to lay down arms. Suddenly, a rebel group lashes out in a distant country, destroying the tenuous peace recently negotiated by McIntyre. The women’s role-playing becomes increasingly charged, pushing them deeper into the bodies and minds of violent insurgents. Meanwhile, as Washington undergoes its own regime change, their work becomes active weaponry for Sarah’s political enemies.

Closing Friday, February 8, 2019

Off-Broadway: The Barrow Group Mainstage
Written and Directed by K. Lorrel Manning
Cast includes: Vinny Baierlein, Nandita Chandra, Ana Roshelle Diaz, Michael Giese, Luka Kain, Garen McRoberts, Madeleine Mfuru, Sandra Parris, Jose Eduardo Ramos, Eddie K. Robinson, Anna Russell, Julia Ryan, Trey Santiago-Hudson, and Nelly Saviñon
Diverse in content, character and casting, Awake shines an entertaining light on many of society’s most contentious subjects, sparking much-needed conversations. This collection of topical, punchy vignettes invites you to examine your deepest fears and prejudices and shift your focus from yourself to the world around you.

Off-Broadway: Beckett Theatre @ Theatre Row
Book, Music, and Lyrics by Jordan Wolfe
Directed by Mitchell Walker
Cast includes: Jaime Cepero, Meg Lanzarone, Michelle Dowdy, Jordan Wolfe, Philip Bryan, Susan J. Jacks
Night of the Living Dead! The Musical! is a sidesplitting rock n’ roll sendup of the legendary 1968 zombie film. Facing a growing mob of strange, bloodthirsty creatures, three couples seek refuge in an abandoned house. . .but will they survive the night!? With an infectious original score and plenty of surprises along the way, Night of the Living Dead! The Musical! is gravely entertaining and bloody good fun!

Closing Sunday, February 10, 2019

Off-Broadway: Ensemble Studio Theatre
Written by Charly Evon Simpson
Directed by Colette Robert
Cast includes: Stephen James Anthony, Nia Calloway, Naomi Lorrain, Cristina Pitter, Shawn Randall, Joel Ripka, Megan Tusing, Amber Reauchean Williams, and Jehan O. Young
In 1846, Philomena is a pregnant slave woman assisting her owner, Dr. George Barry, as he tries to find the cure for fistulas and tending to his patients, other enslaved black women. Everything changes when he receives a new patient. Inspired by the life and experimentation of Dr. J Marion Sims and the lives of Anarcha, Lucy, and Betsey, three of the enslaved black women he worked on, Behind the Sheet explores the untold stories behind the rise of modern gynecology.

CALL ME MADAM (First performance: February 6, 2019)
Off-Broadway: New York City Center
Book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse
Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin
Directed by Casey Hushion
Choreographed by Denis Jones
Cast includes: Carmen Cusack, Ben Davis, Jason Gotay, Darrell Hammond, Adam Heller, Carol Kane, Stanley Wayne Mathis, Brad Oscar, Randy Rainbow, Michael Benjamin Washington, and Lauren Worsham
In this 1950 musical, the tiny country of Lichtenburg is “invaded” by a lady Ambassador whose previous diplomatic experience is limited to the bashes she throws back in Washington. While this “hostess with the mostess” is batting eyelashes at the Prime Minister, her young attache woos the royal Princess.

Closing Sunday, April 7, 2019

Broadway: Al Hirschfeld Theatre
Book by Harvey Fierstein
Music and Lyrics by Cyndi Lauper
Directed and Choreographed by Jerry Mitchell
Cast includes: Conor Maynard, J. Harrison Ghee, Carrie St. Louis, Caroline Bowman, Daniel Stewart Sherman, and Marcus Neville
Charlie is a factory owner struggling to save his family business. Lola is a fabulous entertainer with a wildly exciting idea. With a little compassion and a lot of understanding, this unexpected pair learns to embrace their differences and creates a line of sturdy stilettos unlike any the world has ever seen! But in the end, their most sensational achievement is their friendship.

Closing Sunday, April 28, 2019

Off-Broadway: New World Stages Stage III
Book by Jeff Whitty
Music and Lyrics by Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx
Directed by Jason Moore
Cast includes: Nicholas Kohn, Jason Jacoby, Matt Dengler, Gizel Jimenez, Lacretta, Jamie Glickman, Michael Liscio, Jr., Imari Hardon, Katie Boren, Rob Morrison, and Grace Choi
Avenue Q follows Princeton, a recent college grad who arrives in New York with a B.A. in English and not much else. Living alongside a crew of neighbors including monsters, a Japanese immigrant, a closeted Republican, and Gary Coleman, he sets off to find his ever-elusive purpose, which doesn’t get any easier in adulthood.

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