Nothing lasts forever on Broadway (sorry, Cats) and even the greatest, most popular shows eventually close. So make sure to check out these hits before they bring down their final curtain—dates for the last scheduled performances are given for each. Some of these are long-running hits, like crowd-pleaser Jersey Boys, while others are limited engagements, like the star-studded comedy The Front Page.
The Cherry Orchard: December 4, 2016
Heisenberg: December 11, 2016
Fiddler on the Roof : December 31, 2016
Holiday Inn: January 1, 2017
The Illusionists: January 1, 2017
Matilda the Musical: January 1, 2017
Something Rotten: January 1, 2017
The Encounter: January 8, 2017
Falsettos: January 8, 2017
Oh, Hello: January 8, 2017
The Humans : January 15, 2017
Jersey Boys: January 15, 2017
Les Liaisons Dangereuses: January 22, 2017
The Front Page: January 29, 2017
For more information on all these shows, check out our last-chance listings below or go directly to our Broadway page to purchase tickets.
Broadway Jersey Boys
Jersey Boys tells the story of '60s musical sensation The Four Seasons: Frankie Valli, Bob Gaudio, Tommy DeVito and Nick Massi. The Tony-winning musical chronicles these blue-collar boys from New Jersey who grew up on the wrong side of the tracks but eventually made the journey to pop superstardom.
Broadway Matilda the Musical
Transferring from a blockbuster run in London’s West End—where it received seven Olivier Awards, more than any other production in West End history—to a new home on Broadway, Roald Dahl’s classic story tracks a remarkable young girl who is mistreated by the adults in her life but (with the help of one caring teacher) finally discovers the true extent of her abilities.
Broadway Fiddler on the Roof
The story of Tevye and his struggle to maintain his Jewish customs in an ever-changing world is one of Broadway’s most well-known musicals. And this revival is the fifth time the show plays the Great White Way. Tony-nominated actor Danny Burstein (South Pacific, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown) fills the central role in a staging directed by Tony Award winner Bartlett Sher (South Pacific). Music director Ted Sperling oversees a score that features classics including "If I Were a Rich Man," "Matchmaker, Matchmaker" and "To Life."