Sheldon Best, left, and Emmanuel Brown rehearse their fight scene for the production of “Sucker Punch” at the Studio Theatre. (Katherine Frey/The Washington Post)

This week is your last chance to see “Sucker Pinch” at Studio Theatre, and it’s also a good time to get tickets for upcoming shows, including Washington Stage Guild’s “Wives and Wits.”

Last chance

Brother Russiacloses Sunday at Signature Theatre.

Sucker Punch closes Sunday at Studio Theatre.

Opening soon

The Big Meal,crams decades in the lives of one couple into an hour-and-a-half through telling vignettes that unfold over various meals at a restaurant table. April 25 through May 20 at Studio Theatre.

Washington Stage Guild, the go-to company for your George Bernard Shaw fix, draws from the playwright’s lighter works with Wives and Wits, a presentation of the love-themed one-act plays “Overruled” and “Village Wooing.” April 26 through May 20 at Mount Vernon Place United Methodist Church, Undercroft Theatre.