A-10 Women’s Basketball Championship 3/2-6
Richmond plays host to the Atlantic-10, one of the premier women’s basketball leagues in the country, for the third time. Richmond Coliseum. 780-4970 or richmondcoliseum.net.
ReelAbilities Film Festival 3/3-6
This festival features award-winning films, accompanied by discussions to explore and celebrate the diversity of our shared human experience. Weinstein JCC and other venues. $10 per film or $36 for a festival pass. 285-6500 or richmond.reelabilities.org.
Lucy Dacus 3/4
The indie rocker, tagged by Rolling Stone as one of “10 New Artists You Need to Know” is releasing her debut album “No Burden” at The Broadberry, with Rikki Shay and Spooky Cool. $10. 9 p.m. 353-1888 or thebroadberry.com.
Bonnie Raitt 3/10
Bonnie Raitt is known for her warm, husky vocals, her distinctive bottleneck guitar work and — of course — that signature gray stripe running through her red hair. She’s also a famously late bloomer, having achieved worldwide success with her 10th album, 1989’s Grammy-winning “Nick of Time,” after being kicked off the Warner Brothers label and getting sober. Touring with the same backing band she’s worked with for decades, Raitt arrives at Richmond’s Carpenter Theatre for a sold-out show March 10 in support of her 20th album, “Dig in Deep,” along with openers The California Honeydrops. 7:30 p.m., $65 to $99. 592-3400 or richmondcenterstage.com.— Kate Andrews
A project of singer-songwriter Aaron Maine, the band released its new LP, “Pool,” on the Domino label on Feb. 5. Recorded mostly in Maine’s New York City apartment, it’s been deemed one of the “10 Albums You Need To Listen To in February,” by Harper’s Bazaar. $14. 8 p.m. 447-4763 or strangematterrva.com.
The Tenors 3/14
The Canadian multi-platinum, Juno award-wining vocal group’s latest album, “Under One Sky,” hit No. 1 on Billboard’s classical albums charts. Carpentre Theatre. 7 p.m. $40 to $70. 592-3400 or richmondcenterstage.com.
Lake Street Dive 3/19
Hailing from New York City’s Brooklyn borough, the indie pop band stops at The National in support of its major label debut, “Side Pony.” They’ll be joined by Houston-based soul band The Suffers. 7:30 p.m. $25. 612-1900 or thenationalva.com.
The Moody Blues 3/25
The prog rock titans soar into the Altria Theater as part of their “Fly Me High” tour. 8 p.m. $55 to $90. 800-514-3849 or altriatheater.com.
“Greg Osterhaus: New Works” 3/4-26
Known for his vibrant rural Virginia landscapes and cow paintings, Osterhaus will give a gallery talk at 11:30 a.m. March 12. An opening reception is set for 6 to 8 p.m., March 4. Glavé Kocen Gallery. 358-1990 or glavekocengallery.com.
“Within Reach” through 3/12
This exhibition curated by Michael Pierce and Elaine Rogers at Artspace features artists renowned in the Richmond area and beyond. It culminates March 12, 6:30 to 10 p.m., with a live auction. 232-6464 or artspacegallery.org.
“Rodin: Evolution of a Genius” through 3/13
The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts exhibition features 200 sculptures, sketches and watercolors, and 70 photographs by Eugène Druet, who worked with Rodin. $15. 340-1400 or vmfa.museum.
“Annual Judged Art Show 2016” through 3/28
About 40 artists are participating in the show, judged by professional artist Jos Biviano, with an opening reception set for March 4 from 5 to 8 p.m. All works are for sale, and 15 percent of proceeds will benefit Easter Seals. For Art’s Sake Gallery & Studio, 9770 Gayton Road. 740-1400 or forartssakegallery.com.
“The Art of Seating: 200 Years of American Design” through 4/17
Large Diamond Lounge Chair, circa 1952. Designed by Harry Bertoia. Manufactured by Knoll Associates, New York City. (Photo by Michael Koryta and Andrew VanStyn, director of acquisitions, conservation and photography.)
Organized by The Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville and the Thomas H. and Diane DeMell Jacobsen Ph.D. Foundation, this exhibition at the Virginia Historical Society features 44 chairs from the early 19th century to the present, chosen for their beauty and historical context. Read our preview of "The Art of Seating" here. $20. 358-4901 or vahistorical.org.
“Thomas R. Schiff: Virginia 360°” through 6/19
Contemporary photographer Thomas R. Schiff made these 40 panoramic images in Virginia between 2004 and 2013. Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Free. 340-1400 or vmfa.museum.
“Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus-Live” 3/11-13
The off-Broadway hit comedy is a one-man fusion of theater and stand-up, based on the best-selling book by John Gray. Gottwald Playhouse at Richmond CenterStage. 8 p.m. $57. 592-3400 or richmondcenterstage.com.
“Echoing Past” 3/15-20
Richmond Ballet Artistic Director Stoner Winslett’s 1996 work follows a lead female dancer as she remembers important chapters in her past and draws strength from them. Also featured will be a premiere of work by Los Angeles-based choreographer Melissa Barak. $21 to $41. 344-0906 or richmondballet.com.
“I Do! I Do!” through 4/3
This intimate musical by the creators of “The Fantasticks” follows two soul mates as they navigate the joys and challenges of a 50-year marriage. Read more about the show here. Hanover Tavern. $40. 282-2620 or va-rep.org.
“I Ought To Be in Pictures” 3/31-4/10
In this Neil Simon play, it’s 1980 and a struggling screenwriter suddenly finds that his estranged 19-year-old daughter has hitchhiked to Hollywood and landed on his doorstep to pursue a movie-acting career. $25. 285-6500 or weinsteinjcc.org.
“King Lear” 3/31-4/23
Quill Theatre’s production of Shakespeare’s tragedy stars Joe Inscoe as the aging British king whose attempt to divide his kingdom among his daughters goes disastrously awry. VMFA’s Leslie Cheek Theater. $35. 340-1405 or quilltheatre.org.
“Maple and Vine” 3/30-5/15
Yuppie power couple Katha (McLean Jesse) and Ryu (Xander Wong) have achieved most of their dreams but Katha can’t get a good night’s sleep. When they’re invited to join Society for Dynamic Obsolescence, they decide to give it all up to pursue more traditional values. $35. Firehouse Theatre. 355-2001 or firehousetheatre.org.