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“Shepard’s Hook and Telephone Pole” by Jeff Epstein, from “Paintings,” his exhibition continuing through Nov. 30 at Art House Picture Frames in Portland.
David Finckel, Wu Han and Philip Setzer will perform in a Portland Ovations concert on Saturday at Merrill Auditorium in Portland.
“The Secret War,” Mike Daisey talks about Edward Snowden, Bradley Manning and Daniel Ellsberg, University of Maine Collins Center for the Arts, Orono, $20 to $30. collinscenterforthe arts.com. 8 p.m. Friday.
“The Wonderful Wizard of Oz,” the Monmouth Community Players, Cumston Hall, Monmouth, $12, $10 seniors and students. monmouth communityplayers.com. 7:30 p.m. Friday.
“The Woman in Black,” mystery, The Slightly Off-Center Players, Center Theatre for the Performing Arts, Dover-Foxcroft, $12 advance, $15 door, $5 for under 5. centertheatre.org. 7 p.m. Friday; 2 and 7 p.m. Saturday.
“My Ongoing Problems with Kindness: Confessions of MOGO Girl,” ImprovAcadia, Bar Harbor, $10. humaneeducation.org. A one-woman show written and performed by Zoe Weil, 7 p.m. Saturday.
“Who Killed Jolly Roger? A Pirate Mystery,” presented by Mystery for Hire, DaVinci’s Eatery, Lewiston. davinciseatery.com. $44, Includes show, full meal, tax and gratuity, 7 p.m. Saturday.
From Away Festival of International Playwriting, bringing talented writers from around the world to Portland, Portland Stage Company, Portland, $5 suggested donation. portlandstage.org. Excerpts performed in translation, 7 p.m. Monday.
Morris Panych’s “Vigil,” Portland Stage Company, Portland, $35-$45. portlandstage.org. Offbeat fable of family and loneliness, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday and Oct. 31. Through Nov. 17.
“Bloody Murder,” Theatre Company at Falmouth High School, $7, $5 seniors, students, kids. 781-7429. Ed Sala’s twisted who-dunnit spoof, 7 p.m. Oct. 31.
“In the Next Room,” Bates College Theater Department, Schaeffer Theatre, Lewiston, $6, $3 seniors and students. 786-6161. Drama set in the 1880s that explores the true meaning of love, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 31.
Brick Store Museum, Kennebunk: “Art of the Barn,” presented by Heartwood College of Art, artists’ interpretations of local barns. Opening reception, 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday. Through Jan. 31. “Monsters Ball: Where Fashion and Fantasy Collide,” unique costumes from the museum’s collection, covering various decades. brickstore museum.org. Through Nov. 15.
Portland Museum of Art: “Piece Work: 2013 Portland Museum of Art Biennial,” new and recent work by living artists, through Jan. 5; “9 Walks,” video projections by Amy Stacey Curtis exploring movement in time and space via the motif of a walk in the woods, through Jan. 5; Jason Rogenes “J480N R063N38,” installation of large-scale sculptural forms in the PMA family space, through Jan. 5; Winslow Homer’s “Civil War,” wood engravings and prints from Homer’s days as an artist with the Union Army, through Dec. 8; Ahmed Alsoudani: “Redacted,” paintings and drawings by New York-based Iraqi artist and MECA graduate, through Dec. 8; portlandmuseum.org.
Maine Jewish Museum, Portland: Harold Garde, “Garde Addendum,” paintings and prints. mainejewishmuseum.org. Through Friday.
Maine Historical Society/Longfellow House, Portland: “This Rebellion: Maine and the Civil War,” photographs, letters, maps, artifacts and memorabilia, through May 26. mainehistory.org
Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick: “Breakthrough: Work by Contemporary Chinese Artists,” artwork by eight pioneering Chinese women, through Dec. 22; “This Mighty Scourge of War,” art of the Civil War, through Jan. 5. bowdoin.edu/art-museum.
Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum, Bowdoin College, Brunswick: “Robert E. Peary and His Northern World,” through Dec. 31; “Animal Allies: Inuit Views of the Northern World,” through Jan. 6; “Spirits of Land, Air, and Water: Antler Carvings from the Robert and Judith Toll Collection,” through Feb. 23. bowdoin.edu/arctic-museum
Maine Maritime Museum, Bath: “That Flaunting Rag! Maine’s Maritime War Against the Confederacy,” through Dec. 1. mainemaritime museum.org
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