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Friday

“The Mountaintop” opens MLK: 50 Years Later series

The King Arts Complex plans s series of events over the next few weeks commemorating the 50th anniversary of the death of the civil right leader. This two-person play, a fictionalized account of King’s last night, gets things started this weekend at Short North Stage.

Locals Rafting play the Summit Meshell Ndegeocello plays Wexner Center Sable Elyse Smith talk at CCAD Saturday

John Moreland, James McMurtry at Skully’s

Oklahoma songwriter John Moreland explores new ways of writing on his latest effort, 2017’s Big Bad Luv. Hear songs from this and his 2015 breakout High on Tulsa Heat, as Moreland and James McMurtry play Skully’s Music-Diner.

The Visible Invisible presents “Identity” art exhibition Local March for Our Lives happens Downtown Other People plays Big Room Bar New Bomb Turks at Ace of Cups Sunday

 

CATCO’s “The Realistic Joneses” closes at Studio One Theatre

 

Mortality and other universal themes are examined in Will Eno’s “The Realistic Joneses,” about two suburban couples wrestling with similar challenges in very different ways.

Lauren Pond’s “Diversity is Our Strength” continues at Martin de Porres Center Andrew Tarvin at the Book Loft Keith Harkin plays Rumba Cafe