Three Off-Broadway Shows Extend Due to Popular Demand | Playbill

News Three Off-Broadway Shows Extend Due to Popular Demand Three Off-Broadway shows have announced extensions due to high ticket demand: The Way We Get By starring Amanda Seyfried and Thomas Sadoski, Labyrinth Theater Company's production of Nice Girl, and Soho Rep's 10 out of 12 by Anne Washburn.

Amanda Seyfried's Off-Broadway debut will extend by another week, now playing through June 21 at Second Stage Theatre. The "Les Miserables" and "Mamma Mia!" star plays alongside "The Newsroom" favorite Sadoski in LaBute's new comedy drama about love, lust and all the intricacies of modern-day dating. The show officially opened on May 19.

To purchase tickets to The Way We Get By visit 2ST or phone (212) 246-4422. Second Stage theatre is located at 305 W 43rd St., Hells Kitchen. 

Labyrinth Theater Company's production of Melissa Ross' Nice Girl has also been extended and will now run through June 14 at the Bank Street Theatre. The 80's-set comedy about the joy and tragedy of finding our true selves features a cast that includes Nick Cordero, Diane Davis, Kathryn Kates and Liv Rooth. Directed by Mimi O'Donnell, the world premiere play officially opened May 27.

To purchase tickets to see Nice Girl visit LabTheater Bank Street Theater is located at 155 Bank St., West Village.

Lastly, Soho Rep has announced that it will extend the world premiere of Anne Washburn's 10 out of 12, which takes place in a fictional tech rehearsal and reunites the award-winning playwright with Obie Award-winning director Les Waters. The play, now running through July 5, offers the audience a sneak peek into the art of making theatre and how work forms us. The ensemble includes Quincy Tyler Bernstine, Jeff Biehl, Gibson Frazier, Rebecca Hart, Nina Hellman, Sue Jean Kim, Bruce McKenzie, Garrett Neergaard, Bray Poor, David Ross, Thomas Jay Ryan, Conrad Schott, Wendy Rich Stetson and Leigh Wade. Tickets can be purchased by visiting Sohorep or calling (212) 352-3101. Soho Rep is located at 46 Walker St., Soho Rep.

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