Catch John Cena, Randy Orton and perhaps a flying chair at 3 p.m. Sunday when the WWE Raw: Road to WrestleMania Tour rumbles into the Oklahoma City Arena, 100 W. Reno. Oklahoman and WWE Hall of Fame member Jim Ross will serve as the special guest announcer. Tickets are $15- $60. Call 602-8700 or visit theokcarena.com.
Being under wraps is given a whole new meaning 8 p.m. Thursday when Here Come the Mummies shuffle into the Rose State College Performing Arts Center, 6420 S.E. 15th in Midwest City. The group, known for its humorous rock songs (“Attack of the Wiener Man”), is comprised of 10 musicians in mummy garb; their identities have never been revealed (although it’s rumored they have several Grammys among them). Tickets are $15-$29. Call 297-2264.
top For art created through adversity, visit the Istvan Gallery, 1218 N. Western. The works of artists Tammy Brummell, Nathan Lee, Clint Stone, Carlos Tello and Enrique Cordova on display through April 30 are all inspired by life’s challenges. Gallery hours are noon-6 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, and 1-5 p.m., Saturday and Sunday. Call 831-2874 or visit istvangallery.com.
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bottom Grammy-winning bassists Stanley Clarke and Victor Wooten join forces at 8 p.m. tonight at the Coca-Cola Bricktown Events Center, 425 E. California. Having won a slew of awards between them, in addition to earning gold and platinum albums, they’re a double shot for jazz fanatics. Tickets are $35-$55. Call 235-1205.
top Need some Moore? Austin, Texas-based Ian Moore and the Lossy Coils spring over to VZD’s Restaurant & Club, 4200 N. Western. Fresh off the release of their seventh album, “El Sonido Nuevo,” they perform their guitar-infused blend of folk and rock at 9 p.m. Thursday. Call 524- 4203 or visit vzds.com.
bottom Named Best New York Documentary at the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival, “The Woodmans” examines a family of artists and the life and tragic death of their daughter Francesca Woodman, a photographer whose work eventually became world-famous. The film screens 7:30 p.m. Thursday, 5:30 p.m. Friday- Saturday, and 2 p.m. Sunday at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, 415 Couch. Tickets are $8. Call 236- 3100 or visit okcmoa.com.