Joe Palka, Brian Mallon, Eric Lucas, David Mitchell and David Bryan Jackson star in Scena Theatre's “The Seafarer.” (Veronica Hunter/Courtesy of Scena Theatre)

This week is your last chance to see Scena Theatre’s “The Seafarer” and it’s also a good time to get tickets for upcoming shows, including “Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play” at Woolly Mammoth Theatre.

Last chance

“1776” closes Saturday at Ford’s Theatre.

Faction of Fools’ “Hamlecchino, Clown Prince of Denmark” closes Saturday at Gallaudet University.

Taffety Punk Theatre Company’s Oxygen closes Saturday at the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop.

The 39 Steps closes Sunday at the Olney Theatre Center.

The Big Meal closes Sunday at Studio Theatre.

Quotidian Theatre’s Dancing at Lughnasa closes Sunday at the Writer’s Center.

Scena Theatre’s The Seafarer closes Sunday at H Street Playhouse.

Vpstart Crow’s Six Degrees of Separation closes Sunday at the Hylton Performing Arts Center.

The Whipping Man closes Sunday at Theater J.

Washington National Opera’s Nabucco closes Monday at the Kennedy Center Opera House.

Opening soon

Armageddon survivors attempt to recreate American pop culture in Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play.” May 28 through July 1 at Woolly Mammoth Theatre.

A wife woos an insurance agent into helping her get rid of her husband in Double Indemnity.” May 30 through June 24 at Round House Theatre, Bethesda.

Home of the Soldier follows an American soldier in wartime. May 31 through July 1 at Synetic Theater, Crystal City.

South Pacific,” Rodgers and Hammerstein’s love story, is set at the beginning of World War II. May 31 through June 3 at Wolf Trap.