[image-1]While there aren’t many — or any — new shows opening this weekend, several are closing. This is also one of the last weekends to see a show before the Spoleto crowds hit and parking becomes even more impossible than it already is.

Charleston: the Musical takes you back to Charleston of the 1890s through the 1920s, with plenty of singing and dancing. Come early to grab dinner from Boogie’s Barbecue Food Truck.

Woolfe Street Playhouse’s The Explorer’s Club is running through May 23 — our reviewer loved this comedy, which makes the most out of the inherent silliness of stuffy British men’s clubs.  

PURE presents a modern, slang-talking Marie Antoinette. This is the show’s closing weekend, so catch it while you can. (Read our review here). 

See Becca Anderson belt it out with a live country band in Midtown’s  Always … Patsy Cline, which is also going into its closing weekend.

The play for cinemaphiles, Threshold’s The Flick, still has a couple of weekends to go. Read our preview here

And the musical adaptation of Charles Dickens’ The Mystery of Edwin Drood is closing at Footlight.