This week is your last chance to see “Really Really” at Signature Theatre, and it’s also a good time to get tickets for upcoming shows, including Synetic’s “The Taming of the Shrew.”
Chesapeake Shakespeare Company’s “The Merchant of Venice” closes Saturday at Oliver’s Carriage House.
The Post’s Peter Marks writes that “Astro Boy and the God of Comics” is a “breathtakingly imaginative, eye-delighting performance piece.” The show closes Sunday at Studio Theatre.
“Petrushka” closes Sunday at the Lansburgh Theatre. Marks calls the show “a whimsical and vigorous shake-up of dramatic paints and music, serving both mood and story. What ‘Fantasia’ is to cartoons, Basil Twist seems to be to animation in three dimensions.”
“Really Really,” which Marks says “sucks you in with its brio and caustic wit and holds you with its teasingly clever double-edged plot,” closes Sunday at Signature Theatre.
Maria Victoria Pena stars in “Five Hours With Mario,” a solo show about a new widow reflecting on her marriage at Gala Hispanic Theatre March 30-31.
Eugene O’Neill’s autobiographical play “Long Day’s Journey Into Night” explores strained relationships in the Tyrone family as they boil over after a night of drinking. March 30 through May 6 at Arena Stage.
The history of jazz and one broken family is explored in “Side Man.” March 30 through April 22 at 1st Stage.
Shakespeare’s romantic comedy “The Taming of the Shrew” is mounted at Lansburgh Theatre as part of Synetic Theater’s Silent Shakespeare series. March 31 through April 22.
Cabaret performer Joey Arias and puppeteer Basil Twist team up in “Arias With a Twist,” which tells the story of a drag queen in the Garden of Eden. April 4 through May 6 at Woolly Mammoth Theatre,
Jay Alvarez recounts his family’s 1964 journey from Cuba to America in “Be Careful! The Sharks Will Eat You!” April 4-22 at MetroStage.
Imagination Stage presents “Rapunzel” April 4 through May 20.
A former Confederate soldier and two former slaves come together for an unusual post-Civil War Seder in “The Whipping Man.” April 4 through May 13 at Baltimore’s Centerstage.