Studio Theatre’s “Astro Boy and the God of Comics” closes Sunday. (Carol Pratt/Courtesy of Studio Theatre)

This week is your last chance to see “Astro Boy and the God of Comics” at Studio Theatre, and it’s also a good time to get tickets for upcoming shows, including “Strange Interlude” at Sidney Harman Hall.

Last chance

“Astro Boy and the God of Comics” closes Sunday at Studio Theatre. The Post’s Peter Marks described it as a “breathtakingly imaginative, eye-delighting performance.”

Washington Stage Guild’s Husbands and Lovers,” which Post critic Celia Wren called “a daisy chain of wry and witty playlets,” closes Sunday at Mount Vernon Place United Methodist Church, Undercroft Theatre.

Josephine Tonight, an “undeniably entertaining new musical,” according to Post critic Jane Horwitz, closes Sunday at MetroStage.

The musical “ Monty Python’s Spamalot ” closes Sunday at the Warner Theatre.

Opening soon

In Strange Interlude,” a heartbroken woman gets married to a man she doesn’t love and, while pregnant, discovers his family’s secret. Presented by the Shakespeare Theatre Company. March 27 through April 29. At Sidney Harman Hall.

American Century Theater presents On the Waterfront,” Budd Schulberg’s play about violence and corruption on the New York City docks. March 29 through April 28. At Gunston Arts Center Theater II.

Puppeteer Basil Twist performs Symphonie Fantastique in a 1,000-gallon water tank. March 29-31. At Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, Kogod Theatre, University of Maryland.