The Mobile Theatre Guild (14 N. Lafayette St.) brings a classic artwork of the Harlem Renaissance to life with its production of “Ain’t Misbehavin’” Sept. 16-25. A cast of six breathes life into the mastery of composer Thomas “Fats” Waller performing sassy and sultry standards such as “Honeysuckle Rose,” “Black and Blue,” “This Joint is Jumpin’” and the title song.

Friday and Saturday shows begin at 8 p.m. Sunday matinees are at 2 p.m.

Tickets are $20 and $15 for students, military and seniors.

For more information call 251-433-7513, email or go to

Chamber Music season renews Sept. 18
The 56th season of Mobile Chamber Music begins Sept. 18 with a 3 p.m. performance by Colombian guitarist Ricardo Cobo at the University of South Alabama’s Laidlaw Performing Arts Center. The eight-selection program includes works by Máximo Diego Pujol, Eduardo Martín and Leo Brouwer.

Cobo will also appear in an outreach program in conjunction with the Gulf Coast Exploreum exhibit “Guitar: The Instrument That Rocked the World” on Saturday, Sept. 17. Reservations are required for that program.

Tickets for the Sunday show are $20, $10 for students. Some tickets will be available the day of the concert.

For more information call 251-476-8794 or go to

WGAS show at Ashland Gallery
The Watercolor and Graphic Arts Society have hung their Fall Show at Ashland Gallery (2321 Old Shell Road) and the opening reception will be held Friday, Sept. 16, 6-9 p.m., when award winners will be announced.

For more information on the event or membership in the Watercolor and Graphic Arts Society, go to or the society’s Facebook page.

Archaeology museum series at Moe’s
The USA Archaeology Museum will renew its Science Café series on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 6 p.m. at Moe’s Original BBQ downtown (701 Spring Hill Ave.). The series features casual discussion led by scientists regarding a variety of subjects.

The Sept. 21 event title is “Carrion: It’s What’s for Dinner! Talking ‘Trash’ about Scavenger Ecology and Cognition.” University of South Alabama Assistant Professor of Psychology Dr. Stephanie Jett is the featured speaker.
For more information call 251-460-6106 or email