Prism Club Open Mic and Art Show: Smile Big Texas’ youth group hosts this pride-filled night at Aunt Eek’s Books & Curiosities. (7 p.m. Tuesday; 2900 S.W. Sixth Ave.; 806-420-0021)

“To Kill a Mockingbird”: Enjoy a 60th-anniversary screening of this beloved drama. (1 and 7 p.m. Wednesday; Cinemark Hollywood 16, 9100 Canyon Drive)

Chad Miller: The Amarillo country singer heads underground for a show in the Paramount Recreation Club, The Barfield’s speakeasy. (7 p.m. Wednesday; 600 S. Polk St.; no cover; 806-414-2200)

“She Said”: Carey Mulligan and Zoe Kazan star as the real-life reporters who helped bring down movie mogul Harvey Weinstein. Also opening: “The Menu,” a star-studded murder mystery at a high-end resort restaurant, and the Season 3 premiere of independent religious TV show “The Chosen.” (Opens Thursday; Cinemark Hollywood 16, 9100 Canyon Drive; and Cinergy, 9201 Cinergy Square)

Amarillo College Chamber Orchestra and Guitar Ensemble: The two collegiate music groups offer a pair of free concerts. (5:30 p.m. Thursday; AC Concert Hall Theatre on the Washington Street campus; free; 806-371-5340) 

Falling into Dance: West Texas A&M University Dance offers this concert featuring works choreographed by six senior students and a guest artist. (7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and 2:30 p.m. Sunday; Happy State Bank Studio Theatre in the Sybil B. Harrington Fine Arts Complex; tickets $12 adults, $8 students and seniors; 806-651-2810)

“Clybourne Park”: Amarillo Little Theatre offers the regional debut of this Pulitzer Prize-winning drama, which serves as both prequel and sequel to Lorraine Hansberry’s beloved “A Raisin in the Sun.” (7:30 p.m. Thursday, 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2:30 p.m. Sunday; ALT Adventure Space, 2751 Civic Circle; ticket prices vary; 806-355-9991)

Two Crows for Comfort: The punnily named folk duo flies in for a Living Room Concert for High Plains Public Radio. (7 p.m. Friday; Chalice Abbey, 2717 Stanley St., Suite A; $15 donation; 806-367-9088) 

Amarillo Wranglers: The local hockey team continues its home season by hunting down the El Paso Rhinos. (7:15 p.m. Friday and Saturdya; Amarillo Civic Center Complex Coliseum, 401 S. Buchanan St.; tickets $12 to $23; 806-378-3096)

Amarillo Symphony: New conductor George Jackson returns to the podium for Richard Strauss’ “Four Last Songs,” featuring Metropolitan Opera soprano Susanna Phillips. (7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday; Globe-News Center for the Performing Arts, 500 S. Buchanan St.; tickets $21 to $71; 806-376-8782)

Bomb City Groove: The Amarillo-based R&B band brings the funk to Whiskey River. (9 p.m. Friday; 4001 S.W. 51st Ave.; 806-367-6163)

Grady Spencer & The Work: Roll up your sleeves and enjoy the Texas country band when it returns to Hoots Pub. (10 p.m. Friday; 2424 Hobbs Road; cover $10)

Holiday Evening Market: The Ruffles & Rust Expo hosts this shopping event with deals, cocktails, live music and more. (5 p.m. Saturday; The Derrick Event Center, 814 S. Taylor St.; tickets $10; 806-231-9822)

Karma: The Amarillo rock band returns downtown for a show at Charlee’s Chicken. (7 p.m. Saturday; 614 S. Polk St.; 806-376-4700)

Lindsey Stirling: The violinist/dancer brings her “Snow Waltz” tour to the Amarillo Civic Center Complex Auditorium; her “Warmer in Winter” album, with her version of “Carol of the Bells,” was a smash hit. (8 p.m. Saturday; 401 S. Buchanan St.; tickets $55 to $368; 806-378-3096)

Charlie Shafter: The formerly Amarillo-based singer-songwriter makes his return to the Golden Light Cantina. (9 p.m. Saturday; 2908 S.W. Sixth Ave.; cover; 806-374-9237)

Shea Abshier & The Night Howlers: Get ready to make some noise with this touring Texas country band at Hoots Pub. (10 p.m. Saturday; 2424 Hobbs Road; cover $10)

Public Skate: Lace up your skates or enjoy free rentals. (12:30 p.m. Sunday; Amarillo Ice Ranch, 301 S. Grant St.; $10 to skate; 806-242-4231)

Mexican Arts Festival: Enjoy this cultural fiesta featuring Latin American art, music and dance in the Globe-News Center for the Performing Arts. (7 p.m. Sunday; 500 S. Buchanan St.; free; 806-471-6169)

Bryan Bielanski: The touring singer-songwriter makes his return to Leftwoods. (9 p.m. Monday; 2511 S.W. Sixth Ave.; cover; 806-367-9840)

The Place Celebration: The Amarillo multicultural community center offers an evening of Afghani food and culture at its one-year anniversary party. (6 to 8 p.m. Nov. 22; 3107 Plains Blvd., Suite 500; 806-553-5155)

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  • Chip Chandler

    Chip is the senior communications specialist at West Texas A&M University. A Canadian High School graduate and award-winning journalist, he has covered arts and entertainment in Amarillo since 1998 and is a member of the Amarillo Convention and Visitor Council arts committee. He is a 2020 Golden Nail Award winner and a 2017 National Philanthropy Day award winner. He is a member of the national GALECA critics group, has seen every Best Picture Oscar winner and watches way too much television.

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