Last updated 2/8/24

 

All good things must come to an end.

 

There are a lot of reasons behind a show’s final curtain. Many times, the show was a limited engagement with an ending date that was set way in advance of its first rehearsal. Other shows, like The Phantom of the Opera, have open-ended runs that span several decades. And then there are those heartbreakers of the business, flops.

 

This winter, the curtain will fall on several Broadway and Off-Broadway shows for the last time. But rest assured, those stages won’t stay dark for long. As long as there are audiences, there will always be new shows.

 

Sunday, February 25

Sleep No More

Off-Broadway: McKittrick Hotel

The thrilling multi-level immersive choose-your-own path spin on Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” concludes its 13-year sold-out run in the 100,000 square foot McKittrick Hotel.