1. THEATER: "The Odd Couple," 2 p.m. Sunday and next Sunday, 7:30 p.m. Thursday-Friday, Haymarket Theatre, Eighth and Q streets.
Jason Query and Randy Hawthorne are the messy Oscar Madison and fastidious Felix Unger, respectively, in the Haymarket's staging of the Neil Simon classic comedy.
2. MUSIC: Gaelynn Lea, with Andrea Von Kampen and The Inbetweens, 8 p.m. Sunday, Zoo Bar, 136 N. 14th St.
Minnesota-based Gaelynn Lea, who was born with brittle bone disease, plays her violin cello style, creates loops of sound over which she sings her personal songs with a quiet but powerful beauty. This could be on the best, intimate shows of the year.
3. FILM: "Whose Streets?", through Thursday, Ross Media Arts Center, 13th and R streets.
This intense, searing documentary looks at the 2014 Ferguson, Missouri, riots from the protesters' point-of-view, utilizing footage from the streets as police attack those who march against the shooting of an unarmed teenager.
4. THEATER: "Dividing the Estate," 7:30 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, 2 p.m. next Sunday, Miller Theatre, 51st Street and Huntington Avenue.
Stella Gordon wants to keep her century-old Texas estate whole. But her kids each want a slice of the pie. And their knives are sharp. This comedy of family dysfunction from NWU Theatre will leave you wanting a second slice.
5. COMEDY: Trevor Noah, 7:30 p.m. Friday, Lied Center for Performing Arts, 301 N. 12th St.
Host of Comedy Central’s "The Daily Show," the comedian makes his Lied debut on the heels of his latest stand-up special "Afraid of the Dark."