Closing Time! It’s Your Last Chance to See These Seven Stellar Shows

first_img Star Files View Comments It Shoulda Been YouClosing August 9 at the Brooks Atkinson TheatreGot a craving for wedding cake? You’re invited to It Shoulda Been You, the madcap matrimonial musical starring Lisa Howard, Tyne Daly, Sierra Boggess, David Burtka and Harriet Harris. Come for the lighthearted musical comedy about a bridesmaid on her sister’s wedding day…and stay for the show’s wacky twist. Click for tickets! Darren Criss in Hedwig and the Angry InchThrough July 19 at the Belasco TheatreWhat do you do after spending five seasons starring on a hit TV series? Cover your face in glittery makeup, put on a Farrah Fawcett wig and come back to Broadway! There’s only a few more chances to catch Glee fave Darren Criss as internationally ignored song stylist Hedwig Schmidt before Taye Diggs steps into the heels, so get over to the Belasco for a car wash and a glittery kiss, stat. Click for tickets! Fish in the DarkClosing August 1 at the Cort TheatreSeinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm fans, the time is now. It’s your last chance to catch Fish in the Dark starring Jason Alexander, who recently succeeded the play’s scribe Larry David as neurotic protagonist Norman. We’d say Alexander knows a thing or two about playing a neurotic protagonist—plus, he’s a beloved Broadway vet and yadda yadda yadda. Click for tickets! They say all good things must come to an end, and sadly, Broadway shows are no exception. Alas, it’s time for us to say farewell to some stellar shows on the Great White Way and beyond. But wait, there’s a silver lining! You still have a few more chances to catch Fish in the Dark, On the Twentieth Century, Darren Criss in Hedwig and the Angry Inch and more before they close up shop. Bonus: A Trio of Off-Broadway HitsGloria, Heisenberg and Significant OtherDon’t miss these off-Broadway shows taking their final bows soon: Gloria, a gripping drama about editorial assistants trying to climb their way to the top, closes July 18 at the Vineyard Theatre; Manhattan Theatre Club’s Heisenberg, featuring Mary-Louise Parker and Denis Arndt as two strangers who have a life-changing connection, also closes July 18 at New York City Center; Significant Other, starring Gideon Glick and Lindsay Mendez as two best friends both looking for Mr. Right, closes August 16 at the Laura Pels Theatre. Click here, here and here for tickets! On the Twentieth CenturyClosing July 19 at the American Airlines TheatreThe majestic Twentieth Century is only making a few more stops—and trust us, you don’t want to miss this train. From flashy dance numbers to hilarious performances by Kristin Chenoweth, Peter Gallagher and Andy Karl, the Tony-nominated revival about a movie producer who tries to get his former fling to star in his latest musical is a dazzling delight. Click for tickets! Darren Crisslast_img

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