Last Call!: Off-Broadway and Broadway Shows Closing Soon

Every story has its conclusion.

The end of a theatrical production can be attributed to various factors. Some shows, planned as limited engagements, have predetermined closing dates set before rehearsals even commence. Others, like the enduring classic “The Phantom of the Opera,” enjoy open-ended runs spanning decades. Then there are the unfortunate instances where shows fail to resonate with audiences, leading to premature closures.

As winter approaches, several Broadway and Off-Broadway productions will take their final bow. Yet, in the ever-evolving landscape of theater, the end of one chapter marks the beginning of another. As long as there are eager audiences, the stage will never remain empty for long, with new productions ready to captivate and inspire.

Sunday, February 25

Sleep No More

Off-Broadway: McKittrick Hotel

After 13 years of sold-out performances, the exhilarating multi-level immersive adaptation of Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” reaches its thrilling conclusion at the sprawling 100,000 square foot McKittrick Hotel.

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