2:30 p.m. Sunday, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday-Thursday and 8 p.m. Friday-Saturday, Theatre Macon, 438 Cherry St. Directed by Jim Crisp. Containing mature content, this show is appropriate for audiences ages 17 and older. $25 adults; $18 seniors; $15 students up to age 22. www.theatremacon.com. 478-746-9485.
DOWNTOWN MARDI GRAS EVENT AND COSTUME CONTEST
5 p.m. Tuesday, Ocmulgee Traders, 455 Poplar St. Complimentary wine and a Mardi Gras mask-making booth. Next, revelers will make their way to Kudzu Seafood, who will give away samples from their lunch menu. Then, everyone will join the jazz parade at Third Street Park and walk to Travis Jean art gallery for free chicory coffee and a stroll around the antiques gallery. From there, the walk continues to Parish, a New Orleans-style restaurant offering free beignets. Groups and families are encouraged to dress up and compete for the best group costume. 478-345-6162. Free.
GEORGIA NATIONAL RODEO
7 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, Reaves Arena, Georgia National Fairgrounds and Agricenter, Perry. $9-$23. www.georgianationalrodeo.com.
BLIND WINE TASTING
7:30 p.m. Friday, Signature Salon, 1520 Bass Road. Teams register and bring in four bottles of the same wine for tasting. The bottles are wrapped from view and guests vote for their favorites. The winning team gets to take home one of each of the bottles that were tasted. Proceeds benefit Jay’s Hope Foundation. $60 per team of four; $25 individual. www.jayshope.org. 478-238-6360.
“LETTER FROM A BIRMINGHAM JAIL”
7:30 p.m. Saturday, Beulahland Bible Church, 1010 Newberg Ave. Featuring violinist Robert McDuffie and actress Anna Deavere Smith. Free; tickets limited. For tickets, call 478-301-2886.