You can’t often snag a last-minute ticket to the 250-seat house without standing in line for returns. Its productions, mostly limited runs of vividly reconceived revivals, are edgy and buzzy. Past coups for this comfortably converted brewery warehouse include the Cabaret revival that introduced Alan Cumming to the world and appearances by world-class performers such as Ian McKellen and Nicole Kidman. The front row of full-price, same-day tickets are dished out each Monday at 10am sharp for performances 2 weeks later, with a maximum of two tickets per person.