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Theater comings and goings this week: “The Normal Heart,” Capital Fringe Festival

“The Normal Heart” closes Sunday at Arena Stage. (Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post)

This week is your last chance to see “The Normal Heart,” and it’s also a good time to get tickets for upcoming shows, including “August: Osage County.”

Last chance

The Chesapeake Shakespeare Company’s Pride & Prejudice closes Saturday, and Romeo & Julietcloses Sunday at Patapsco Female Institute Historic Park.

Signature’s Sizzlin’ Summer Cabaret series closes Saturday at Signature Theatre.

The Addams Family closes Sunday at the Kennedy Center.

The Capital Fringe Festival closes Sunday at various locations.

The Normal Heart closes Sunday at Arena Stage.

The Over the Line Festival winds up Sunday at Round House Theatre in Silver Spring.

The Prince and the Troubadourcloses Sunday at 1st Stage.

Opening soon

Keegan Theatre presents August: Osage County,” the Pulitzer Prize-winning tragicomedy about a highly dysfunctional family. Aug. 3 through Sept. 2 at Church Street Theater.

Half as long and with some surprising differences, Hamlet, the Bad-Ass Quartois touted as the first printing of the Bard’s tragedy. Presented by the Bootleg Shakespeare on Aug. 6 at Folger Theatre.


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