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Posted at 02:32 PM ET, 04/02/2012

Theater comings and goings this week


Sara Barker stars in Tattooed Potato and Spotlight Comunicaciones’s “The Nightmare Dreamer.” (C. Stanley Photography/Courtesy of Cultural Development Corporation)
This week is your last chance to see Tattooed Potato’s “The Nightmare Dreamer” at Flashpoint, and it’s also a good time to get tickets for upcoming shows, including “The Whipping Man” at Theater J.

Last chance

Molotov Theatre Group’s An Adaptation of Julius Caesarcloses Saturday at the Shop at Fort Fringe.

Washington Improv Theater’s The Fighting Improv Smackdown Tournament ends Saturday at Source.

Tattooed Potato’s The Nightmare Dreamer closes Saturday at Flashpoint.

Ah, Wilderness!” closes Sunday at Arena Stage.

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day closes Monday at Adventure Theatre.

Opening soon

Come Fly Away combines choreography by Twyla Tharp and the music of Frank Sinatra. April 18-29 at the Kennedy Center, Eisenhower Theater. $59-$125.

A scandal ensues when Louis XIV’s queen is presented with a unique gift in Las Meninas.” April 18 through May 6 at Rep Stage, Howard Community College. $22-$33.

Four actors present more than 150 characters in The 39 Steps,” a humorous twist on the Hitchcock thriller. April 18 through May 13 at Olney Theatre Center. $26-$54.

Two freed slaves and the son of their former master celebrate a Passover seder in The Whipping Man.” April 18 through May 20 at Theater J. $30-$60.

The Hub Theatre presents John and Beatrice,” about a bounty hunter and a lonely woman who poses as an heiress. April 13 through May 5 at the New School of Northern Virginia, John Swayze Theatre. $25.

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