Top Shows Closing Soon (17)

Last chance to catch these shows before they shutter.

Ends Sep 21 Felix Starro Midtown W
80 37 reviews

This new musical about a Filipino Faith Healer peddling hope to sick people in San Francisco’s Tenderloin District offers a story about faith, immigration, and the unique Filipino experience in America.

Ends Sep 21 Troilus and Cressida (Hamlet I... Upper W Side
80 15 reviews

Hamlet Isn’t Dead presents an all-female exploration of "Troilus and Cressida." Watch the Greeks and Trojans clash as Troilus and Cressida enter into a doomed love story from which few escape unscathed.


Ends Sep 21 Decky Does a Bronco Midtown W
83 34 reviews

This U.S. premiere tragicomedy follows the lives of five nine-year-old boys spending their 1983 summer in Girvan, Scotland. One of the boys, David, reflects on their adventures and what it means to grow up.

Ends Sep 21 Eureka Day Soho/Tribeca
89 31 reviews

Set at a private school in Berkeley, CA, this east coast premiere from Colt Coeur dives into the vaccination debate and asks: how do you find consensus when you can’t agree on the facts?

Ends Sep 22 Rat Pack Undead Midtown W
71 30 reviews

The Rat Pack are back from the dead, literally crooning their hearts out, for this concert event. Listen as Frank, Dean, and Sammy add a spookish spin to their hits, changing up their lyrics to honor their deadly…

Ends Sep 22 Make Believe Midtown W
77 192 reviews

Bess Wohl returns to Second Stage after her funny and poignant play, "American Hero," with a look inside the minds of children, their parents, and the mysteries of childhood that haunt us forever.

Ends Sep 28 Black Angels Over Tuskegee Midtown W
84 132 reviews

A docudrama about six heroes who became the first African-American aviators in the U.S. Air Force during an era of racial segregation.

Ends Sep 29 A Musical About Star Wars Midtown W
73 91 reviews

This new meta-theatrical musical-comedy epic celebrates the magic, the fandom, and the legacy of all things "Star Wars."

Ends Sep 29 That Chemistry Show Midtown W
78 36 reviews

From the team behind the long-running 'That Physics Show' comes this new science spectacular for families, led by veteran "mad scientist" Borislaw Bilash.

Ends Sep 29 Dust East Village
79 26 reviews
After hit runs across the UK, Milly Thomas's solo play about a woman who is forced to watch the aftermath of her own suicide makes its stateside debut.
Ends Sep 29 A White Man's Guide to Rikers ... Midtown W
79 83 reviews

Based on a true story, this account of a privileged white actor who finds himself serving time at Rikers Island offers an eye-opening look inside our broken penal system and a cautionary tale for anyone of any race.

Ends Sep 29 PLAY! Midtown W
79 15 reviews

This Is Not A Theatre Company presents an interactive homage to the importance of radical play for a healthy society. 

Ends Sep 29 That Physics Show Midtown W
81 134 reviews

Longtime professional physics demonstrator David Maiullo shares his amazing "magic tricks" from the world of science.

Ends Sep 29 Pip's Island Midtown W
81 30 reviews

In this animated adventure come to life, family audiences journey to a fantastical island where they must use their creativity to help save the magical inhabitants from extinction. Best for kids ages 4 to 10.

Ends Sep 29 Only Yesterday Midtown E
81 16 reviews

This intimate play brings to life a little-known night when John and Paul were becoming the most famous men on earth.

Ends Sep 29 Sea Wall / A Life (Broadway) Midtown W
82 181 reviews

After a sold-out run at The Public Theater, this intimate evening of solo work starring Jake Gyllenhaal ("Sunday in the Park with George") and Tony Award nominee Tom Sturridge ("1984") comes to Broadway. 

Ends Sep 29 Cabaret (Gallery Players) Brooklyn
87 28 reviews

Gallery Players presents a staging of Kander and Ebb's musical classic, which centers around a Berlin nightclub, as the 1920s draw to a close.