The Victory Belles perform patriotic tunes from the American canon and from the songbooks of George M. Cohan and Irving Berlin. Cuisine from Chef John Besh's American Sector is provided. Brunch show $55
Promethean Theatre Company remounts its production of Peter Schaffer’s 1973 play to begin its 2014 season. Stephen M. Eckert directs the psychological drama, in which a psychiatrist treats a troubled young patient pathologically convinced horses are religious icons. The performance was nominated for six 2014 Big Easy Theater Awards. At 7:30 p.m. at Marigny Opera House. | Thu.-Sun., March 6-9 Tickets $15 and up.
Artists and DIYers looking to show off their projects can submit them to the inaugural New Orleans Mini Maker Faire. Visit nolamakerfaire.com/call-for-makers for details.
Can’t make it to Willie Nelson’s annual Fourth of July Picnic at the Fort Worth Stockyards, a four-decade Texas tradition? This traveling Nelson clan revue — with sister Bobbie on piano and son Lukas opening — is the next best thing, an American family bandstand on biodiesel wheels. At 8 p.m. at House of Blues. | Fri. March 7
First-time director Steph Green’s Irish drama stars Will Forte (Saturday Night Live, Nebraska) as an American doctor filming and studying a family whose patriarch recently returned home following a stroke. The film received the award for Best Film at the 2013 Galway Film Fleadh. It screens nightly beginning at 9:30 p.m. March 7 at Zeitgeist Multi-Disciplinary Arts Center. | Fri. March 7
Mid-City Theatre begins March’s cabaret month program with LaPlace native and Broadway star Leslie Castay’s tribute to American standards, Broadway and beyond. Jefferson Turner accompanies on piano. At 8 p.m. at Mid-City Theatre. | Fri.-Sat. March 7-8 Tickets $25.00.
The New Orleans Pelicans play the Milwaukee Bucks.