This is the last weekend you’ll be able to catch Kimberly Akimbo at The Oakland Center for the Arts. Get your tickets while you can. Kimberly Akimbo is the story of a teenager with a rare disease that causes her body to age four and a half times faster than normal. Written by Pulitzer Prize winning playwright David Lindsay-Abaire, the story is touching and wickedly funny. As Kimberly’s friendship develops with a naturally aging boy, her health deteriorates and her family gets wacky – especially the aunt with too many get rich quick schemes. The 2000 play opened to rave reviews and was hailed as “the comedy of the year.” In November, director Cleric Costes brings it to The Oakland Center for the Arts. Molly Galano stars as “Kimberly.” The show runs on Fridays and Saturdays the first three weekends in November.