The final Moby Dick performance is January 12 and another production opens at The Loeb Drama Center on January 24 so considering load-out, rehearsal time, etc. it wouldn't be possible for it to extend.
Many performances for the December/January run are already sold out or have limited availability. Mr. Malloy promises that the Rachel Chavkin directed production will be "massive." I'm intrigued that some "Pequod wet deck seating could experience possible ocean mist." This run will easily completely sell out early on so those who want to travel to Cambridge to see this shouldn't procrastinate with purchasing tickets.
Another vote for Donna Bell's at 301 West 49th Street just off of 8th Avenue. Tiny place, no seating but great breakfast sandwiches (especially the biscuit sandwiches), scones and Southern-inspired pastries.
At the Loeb Drama Center, Row B is the front row of the rear seating section of the theatre. Ticket sales are brisk for this production. In the past, for successful ticket sales at ART I have frequently found that they add a row of folding seats (Row A) as the starting date of productions approach. They sell these at a discount, labeled "obstucted view" seats as they are on the same level as the last row of the front section although i