Due to popular demand: 1st Stage’s riveting drama, The Last Match extended through July 2

1st Stage is thrilled to announce the extension of their electrifying production, The Last Match, due to overwhelming demand from audiences. Theater lovers now have even more opportunities to experience this enthralling drama through Sunday, July 2.

Written by the heralded playwright Anna Ziegler, The Last Match delves into the gripping world of professional tennis, where two tennis legends clash in an epic battle of skill, ego, and personal sacrifice. Ziegler’s razor-sharp dialogue and insightful exploration of human nature have struck a chord with theatergoers, resulting in sold-out performances and rave reviews.

Directed by 1st Stage Artistic Director Alex Levy, the production shines with its dynamic staging and exceptional performances. The skilled ensemble cast brings the complexities of their characters to life, immersing the audience in the intense emotional journey of these tennis icons. From exhilarating victories to crushing defeats, the stage pulsates with raw energy, keeping spectators on the edge of their seats until the final point.

1st Stage, known for its commitment to artistic excellence, has created a truly immersive experience. The impeccable design by renowned artists Jessica Alexandra Cancino (set), Alberto Segarra (lights), Kenny Neal (sound), Danielle Preston (costumes) and Cindy Jacobs (props) transports theatergoers onto center court, where every serve and volley feels palpable.

Tickets for the extended performances of The Last Match are selling rapidly, so don’t miss your chance to witness this gripping tale of ambition and rivalry before the production closes on July 2.

Get your tickets now at 1stStage.org!

Photos by Teresa Castracane Photography

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