Jessica Hecht and Dominic Fumusa play a pair of lovers in Sarah Ruhl's Stage Kiss, which has extended its run at Playwrights Horizons through April 6.
Jessica Hecht and Dominic Fumusa play a pair of lovers in Sarah Ruhl's Stage Kiss, which has extended its run at Playwrights Horizons through April 6.
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The Playwrights Horizons production of Sarah Ruhl's Stage Kiss and Signature Theatre's world premiere of Will Eno's The Open House have extended their respective off-Broadway runs.

Stage Kiss, which officially opened at Playwrights Horizons on March 2, will now run an additional two weeks, through April 6, after an originally announced March 23 closing date. Directed by Rebecca Taichman, the backstage comedy stars Jessica Hecht and Dominic Fumusa as a pair of actors whose past romantic history is rediscovered when they're cast as lovers in a 1930s melodrama. They're joined by Michael Cyril Creighton, Patrick Kerr, Daniel Jenkins, Emma Galvin, and Clea Alsip.

The Open House will now play one additional week, through Sunday, March 30, after officially opening on March 3 at Signature Center. Directed by Oliver Butler, the dark comedy stars Peter Friedman, Carolyn McCormick, Hannah Bos, Danny McCarthy, and Michael Countryman as the members of a very dysfunctional and unhappy family.

Click here for tickets to Stage Kiss.

Click here for tickets to The Open House.