1. Fela!, 7:30 p.m., Tuesday through April 4, Palace Theatre at Playhouse Square, 1615 Euclid Ave., Cleveland. $10-$70. 216-241-6000, www.playhousesquare.org.
The huge Broadway hit based on the very interesting life and adventures of Afro-Beat creator and African music icon Fela Anikulapo Kuti comes to Cleveland. The touring production includes former Destiny’s Child singer Michelle Williams. Read more on Page E15.
2. Breakfast with the Bunny & Friends and Easter Egg Hunt, 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens, 714 N. Portage Path, Akron, $24 for ages 9 or younger, $22 for ages 10 or older. Egg hunt only, $12 children up to age 9, and $8 for everyone 10 or older. 330-315-3287 or www.stanhywet.org.
Easter is here and Stan Hywet wants you to celebrate at Breakfast with the Bunny & Friends from 8-10 a.m. Then there will be an Easter egg hunt, with appearances from the Easter Bunny, Little Bo Peep, Mother Goose and Little Red Riding Hood, who will tell stories.
3. Gallery Talk: The Beatles, 1 p.m. Tuesday, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, 1100 Rock and Roll Blvd., Cleveland. www.rockhall.com.
It’s an intellectual look at the Beatles and their stuff! You know ’em, you probably love ’em, so take a tour of the rock hall’s large collection of Beatles-related items.
4. Y&T, 7:45 tonight, Tap House, 2215 Waterloo Road, Akron. $15-$27, 330-784-7177.
My Oakland homeboys come to Akron. Hard rockers Y&T came out of the Bay Area in the early ’80s and had a few radio hits with “Summertime Girls,” “Rescue Me,” “Don’t Stop Running,” “Contagious” and “Mean Streak.” The lineup still includes singer/guitarist Dave Meniketti, an original member, so that should be enough to get your fists pumping and beers hoisted as you sing/shout along.
5. Mike Epps, 8:30 p.m. & 10:30 p.m., Saturday, State Theatre at Playhouse Square, 1615 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, $46.50-$100, 216-241-6000, www.playhousesquare.org.
Actor/comedian Mike Epps, known as “Day Day” from the “Friday” films, and a zombie fighter in a couple of the umpteen “Resident Evil” films, brings his brand of very blue urban-oriented comedy to Cleveland. Read more on Page E10.