New Zealand-based prop comic and mime Tape Face, a finalist on “America’s Got Talent,” will be at Sixth & I Historic Synagogue on Tuesday. (Matt Crockett)
Thursday

The Weeknd, Belly and 6lack The Grammy-winning, triple-platinum-selling singer performs on his Starboy: Legend of the Fall 2017 World Tour. 7:30 p.m. Verizon Center, 601 F St. NW. 202-628-3200. verizoncenter.com. $39.50-$115.

Arturo Sandoval The Cuban American jazz trumpeter performs. 8 and 10 p.m. Through Sunday. Blues Alley, 1073 Wisconsin Ave. NW. 202-337-4141. bluesalley.com. $55-$60.

Mosaic Theater: “Ulysses on Bottles” Mosaic Theater stages Gilad Evron’s play, in which an Israeli-Arab teacher is arrested after an attempt to enter the Gaza Strip on a raft made of plastic bottles. Pay-what-you-can preview Thursday at 8 p.m. Through June 11. Atlas Performing Arts Center, 1333 H St. NE. 202-399-7993. mosaictheater.org. $15-$60.

Friday

Greek Festival The annual event features Greek food and pastries, live music, craft vendors and more. Noon-10 p.m. Through Sunday. St. Sophia Cathedral, 2815 36th St NW. 202-333-4730. saintsophiadc.com. Free.

“Almost Late Night With Tommy Taylor Jr.” The interactive comedy show features stand-up, sketch-comedy videos and music. Guests include Alex Scott, Freddi Vernell and Mike “Ol’ Mike B” Brown. 8 p.m. Anacostia Arts Center, 1231 Good Hope Rd. SE. 202-631-6291. wapo.st/almostlatenight. $20-$35.

Eric Church The country singer stops by on his Holdin’ My Own Tour. 8 p.m. Verizon Center, 601 F St. NW. 202-628-3200. verizoncenter.com. $35-$89.

The Make-Up with Permanent Waves and Tyvek The D.C. post-punk band formed in 1995. 8 p.m. Black Cat, 1811 14th St. NW. 202-667-4490. blackcatdc.com. $15-$18.

Bike to Work Day Commuter Connections and the Washington Area Bicyclist Association offer refreshments to bike commuters, raffles and free T-shirts at more than 85 pit stops across the Washington area. See the website for a map of locations. 800-745-7433. biketoworkmetrodc.org. Free.

Saturday

Eiko Otake: “A Body in Places” In this solo work, the Japanese American performance artist interacts with places and viewers outdoors at 11 a.m. at Brookland’s Monroe Street Farmers Market (Arts Walk at Monroe Street Market, 716 Monroe St. NE) and at 7 p.m. at Dance Place (3225 Eighth St. NE), followed by a lecture. 202-269-1600. danceplace.org. Free.

Sunday

The Revelers The Louisiana group, featuring founding members of the Red Stick Ramblers and the Pine Leaf Boys, combines swamp-pop, Cajun, country, blues and zydeco. 4 p.m. Hill Center at the Old Naval Hospital, 921 Pennsylvania Ave. SE. 202-549-4172. hillcenterdc.org. Free, reservations recommended.

Upright Citizens Brigade Touring Company The acclaimed comedy troupe returns for a showcase of some of the nation’s best improv. 7 p.m. Sixth & I Historic Synagogue, 600 I St. NW. 202-408-3100. sixthandi.org. $20-$25.

“America Collects Eighteenth-Century French Painting” The exhibition of 70 18th-century French paintings, including masterpieces and lesser-known works by artists including François Boucher, Joseph Ducreux and Jean-Honoré Fragonard, opens Sunday. Through Aug. 20. National Gallery of Art, West Building, Sixth Street and Constitution Avenue NW. 202-737-4215. nga.gov. Free.

Monday

“HIR” Taylor Mac’s gender-bending dramedy about a dysfunctional family opens with a pay-what-you-can performance. 8 p.m. Through June 18. Woolly Mammoth Theatre, 641 D St. NW. 202-393-3939.
$17-$79.

Tuesday

Tape Face The New Zealand-based prop comic and mime was a finalist on “America’s Got Talent.” 8 p.m. Sixth & I Historic Synagogue, 600 I St. NW. 202-408-3100. sixthandi.org. $29.50.

Old Crow Medicine Show The Nashville-based Americana string band performs Bob Dylan’s “Blonde on Blonde” album. 8 p.m. Lincoln Theatre, 1215 U St. NW. ­202-888-0050. thelincolndc.com. $45.

“Grease” The film is screened as part of the Adams Morgan Movie Nights outdoor film series. 8:30 p.m. Series continues through June 13. Walter Pierce Park, 2630 Adams Mill Rd. NW. 202-588-7332. facebook.com/adams morganmovienights. Free.

Wednesday

Richard Dawkins The evolutionary biologist and best-selling author will discuss science, secularism and current events with fellow evolutionary biologist and author Jerry Coyne. A Q&A and book signing follow. 7 p.m. George Washington University’s Lisner Auditorium, 730 21st St. NW. ­202-994-6800. gwutickets.com . $29.

National Symphony Orchestra: John F. Kennedy Centennial Celebration with Yo-Yo Ma Kennedy Center Artistic Adviser at Large Yo-Yo Ma joins the NSO for a concert celebration of John F. Kennedy’s legacy that also features a new commission from composer-in-residence Mason Bates. 8 p.m. Kennedy Center,
2700 F St. NW. ­202-467-4600. kennedy-center.org. $79-$199.

“Markus Lüpertz: Threads of History” An exhibition of more than 30 large-scale early paintings by the German neo-expressionist, including the 40-foot-long work “Westwall (Siegfried Line)” (1968), which will be making its U.S. debut. The Hirshhorn’s exhibition is presented alongside the Lüpertz exhibition at the Phillips Collection, which looks at the artist’s career over five decades. Opens Wednesday. Through Sept. 10. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Seventh Street and Independence Avenue SW. 202-633-1000. hirshhorn.si.edu. Free.

“Sharks” The exhibition of work by National Geographic photographer Brian Skerry includes videos, artifacts, models and interactive experiences on the subject of sharks. Opens Wednesday. Through Oct. 15. National Geographic Museum, 17th and M streets NW. 202-857-7700. nationalgeographic.org . $10-$15.

— Compiled by Carrie Donovan from staff reports