Just got a promo email from Company One saying there are still tickets available - including $15 student rush tix - for the two final performances of the New England premiere of Annie Baker's "The Flick" at the Modern Theatre downtown, tonight and tomorrow. Baker's play follows the mostly reclining fortunes of three employees of a dying Worcester-area moviehouse, one of the last big screen venues around still using 35mm film. The digital era looms, but the play really foregrounds the fate of three of the theater's employees - twitchy semi-burnout Sam (Alex Pollock), nerdy new hire Avery (Peter Andersen) and lovely but equally troubled projectionist Rose (Brenna Fitzgerald). The audience joins Avery in learning the sometimes hilarious, sometimes poignant truths about his coworkers and then himself. The Globe's Don Aucoin liked the play, and so did I (although just about everyone seems to agree that long first act could be trimmed). Extra props (no pun intended) to designer Cristina Todesco for the set (above, with Pollock and Andersen), which is pretty great, down to the grotty projection booth window and the broken ceiling tiles.