MUSIC: Ethan Bortnick, 3 p.m. Sunday, Rococo Theatre, 140 N. 13th St.
Recognized by the Guinness World Records as “The World’s Youngest Solo Musician to Head-line His Own Concert Tour,” the piano prodigy, now 16 years old, is known for his public television concerts and philanthropy.
MUSIC: Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Lied Center for Performing Arts, 301 N. 12th St.
Pianist Andre Watts joins one of the world's foremost chamber orchestras, which is performing at the Lied for the first time since 1999. Based in New York City, the ensemble is known for playing without a conductor.
THEATER: "Abigail/1702," Nebraska Repertory Theatre, 2 p.m. Sunday and next Sunday, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday-Friday, Johnny Carson Theater, 11th and Q streets.
Ten years after "The Crucible’s" infamous seductress, Abigail Williams, danced with the devil in Salem, darkness returns in the Rep's first production since the summer of 2014.
FILM: "Patti Cake$," through Oct. 19, Ross Media Arts Center, 13th and R streets.
Danielle MacDonald gives a striking performance as an aspiring rapper trying to get out of her New Jersey town in this musical coming-of-age picture that manages to avoid the genre's cliches.
ART: "Lotus & Seed" by Gail Kendall, through October, Lux Center for the Arts, 2601 N. 48th St.
Potter Gail Kendall, who has worked on the production of pottery forms since the early '90s, revisits techniques and forms she hasn't investigated for years, such as cake stands and covered forms, to create this exhibition of stellar pottery.