My Fair Lady. Wouldn’t it be lovely to see a live production of this show? Especially this production directed by Bartlett Sher, which the New York Times called “thrilling, glorious and better than it ever was?” The story of Eliza Doolittle the flower seller and Henry Higgins the condescending linguistics professor was one of my favorite movies as a kid. So count your blessing that, rather than hearing my attempt at a cockney accent belting out “The rain in Spain falls mainly on the plain!” like my poor mother did for years, you have a chance to see the professionals do it over at Broadway in Tucson. Various times Wednesday, Jan. 5, through Sunday, Jan. 9. Centennial Hall, 1020 E. University Blvd. $25 to $100.
The Grand Budapest Hotel. Midtown’s art house movie theatre The Loft is hosting a special screening of this unique comedy. presented by Barrio Brewing Company. The Grand Budapest Hotel is a vibrant and quirky comedy based around a legendary hotel in the mountains. The movie was directed by Wes Anderson and features a large cast including Tilda Swinton, Willem Defoe, Jeff Goldblum, Harvey Keitel, Bill Murray and many more. 10 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 7 and Saturday, Jan. 8. $6, or $5 for members. 3233 East Speedway Boulevard.
Musical Weekend at Hotel Congress. A busy weekend is coming up at downtown’s Hotel Congress, with music and food. Starting off, on Saturday, Jan. 8, LA-based jazz group The Black Market Trust are performing outdoors on the Congress Stage. The Black Market Trust combine the jazz guitar of Django Reinhardt with the pop stylings of 1950s American radio. 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 8. $20. On Sunday, Jan. 9, the venue is bringing back their Congress Cookout series, which combines BBQ food and local music. This weekend, local blues rock group Black Cat Bones is performing their signature borderlands style of blues. 4 to 7 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 9. $5. 311 East Congress Street. hotelcongress.com