Thurs., NOV. 09-Wed., NOV. 15
Mable Sims shares her Seminole roots in Look Where He Brought Me From: A Black Seminole's Journey to Self Discovery, a Native American Heritage Month celebration. 3-5 p.m., Grace Allen Room, USF-Tampa Library, 813-974-0652.
Jason Vaughan Evans, David M. Jenkins and Shawn Paonessa reprise their roles in Complete Works Of William Shakespeare (Abridged). This is the first in a trio of shows held this weekend to raise much-needed funds for Jobsite Theater. 8 p.m., Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center.
Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art hosts Picasso Ceramics from the Bernie Bercuson Collection of the Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale and From War to Peace. Tonight's $20 opening reception occurs from 7 to 9 p.m. On display through Jan. 7.
Shop for vintage Florida memorabilia — from alligator handbags to fruit crate labels to Florida Highwaymen art — at The Florida Show. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., The Coliseum.
The Florida Orchestra Chamber Players perform a concert of chamber music by Darius Milhaud, Charles Rochester Young, Paul Hindemith and Johannes Brahms. Only 200 seats are available. 8 p.m., Ruth Eckerd Hall Great Room.
Tenacious D releases the soundtrack to its upcoming movie The Pick of Destiny, which hits theaters Fri., Nov. 22.
Singer/songwriter extraordinaire Keller Williams (aka K-Dub) brings his one man band to Tampa Theatre, promising a night of quirky, acoustic folk rock. 8 p.m., www.kellerwilliams.net.
Nov. 16, Carlos Mencia, Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center, www.tbpac.org.
Nov. 18-19, Arts, Eats & Beats! Museum of Science and Industry, www.mosi.org.
Nov. 22, Aerosmith and Motley Crüe, Ford Amphitheatre, www.fordamp.com.