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Theater comings and goings this week

Emily Albrinkand Sonia Ganassi star in the Washington National Opera production of Massenet's "Werther." (Scott Suchman/Courtesy of Washington National Opera)

This week is your last chance to see Washington National Opera’s “Werther” and it’s also a good time to get tickets for upcoming shows, including “The History Of Invulnerability” at Theater J.

Last chance

“Rapunzel” closes Saturday at Imagination Stage.

Punk Rock Mom closes Sunday at Venus Theatre.

Washington National Opera’s Werther closes Sunday at the Kennedy Center Opera House.

Washington Stage Guild’s Wives and Wits closes Sunday at the Undercroft Theatre, Mount Vernon Place United Methodist Church.

Opening soon

Keegan Theatre presents Spring Awakening,” a rock musical that examines adolescent angst and teenage sexuality. June 2 through July 8 at Church Street Theater.

The History Of Invulnerability explores the life of Jerry Siegel, Jewish man behind the character Superman. June 6 through July 8 at Theater J.

Puerto Rico... Fua! tells the island’s history is through a satirical musical. June 7 through July 1 at GALA Hispanic Theatre.

Cam McGee stars in Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All For You,” Christopher Durang’s comedy about religion and the Catholic church. Presented by American Century Theater, June 7 through July 7 at Gunston Arts Center Theater II.


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