Disney's The Lion King

Disney's The Lion King US North American Tour, Rafiki Tour cast: Kayla Cyphers (Nala) and Buyi Zama (Rafiki)

Disney’s The Lion King

Nashville’s best-loved musical has made its way back, presenting some of Broadway’s most creative teams with the Tony Award-winning show and family classic. Through Jan. 23. Tickets $45-160. TPAC Andrew Jackson Hall, 505 Deaderick St., 615-782-4040, tpac.org.

Favorite Son

Grammy Award-winning and Nashville songwriter Marcus Hummon will perform the world premiere of folk operetta Favorite Son, pulling from experiences of the composer’s own life and traversing through one man’s memories for the essence of truth. Jan. 21-23. Tickets $15-85. Noah Liff Opera Center, 3622 Redmon St., 615-832-5242, nashvilleopera.org.

Figures of Color: Radically Black

Marcus Maddox shares an ongoing photography project focusing on the relationship between the representation of skin color in art and the elements of light and darkness with creative interpretation. Through Feb. 15. OZ Arts Nashville, 6172 Cockrill Bend Circle, 615-350-7200, ozartsnashville.org.

Revolution: The Music of The Beatles, A Symphonic Experience

Hundreds of rare and unseen photos and videos will accompany arrangements of the original Abbey Road masters of The Beatles songbook in a symphonic tribute to the beloved band. Jan 13-15. Tickets $67-125. Schermerhorn Symphony Center, One Symphony Place, 615-687-6400, nashvillesymphony.org.

Orchids in the Mansion

Throughout the period rooms, an elaborate display of orchids shows how the Cheek family might have decorated their home. Jan. 29-Feb. 27. Tickets $18-25. Cheekwood Estate & Gardens, 1200 Forrest Park Drive, 615-356-8000, cheekwood.org.

Florida Georgia Line: Mix It Up Strong

The new exhibit explores the relationship that was built between the country music duo Florida Georgia Line, including instruments, awards and costumes used by the group from the start of their career to recordings of some of the most popular songs in the history of country music. Jan. 21-Jan. 1, 2023. Tickets $16-26. Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, 222 Rep. John Lewis Way S., 615-416-2001, countrymusichalloffame.org.

On the Horizon: Contemporary Cuban Art From the Pérez Art Museum Miami

Tobias Ostrander will virtually discuss the exhibit On the Horizon: Contemporary Cuban Art from the Pérez Art Museum Miami, which was originally presented at the Pérez Art Museum Miami in 2017 and 2018 and explores the diverse cultural and emotional landscapes of recent Cuban art. Jan. 27. Zoom Registration, 615-244-3340, fristartmuseum.org.

Best of Tennessee Craft

Seventy-five craft artworks that range from traditional forms to cutting-edge conceptual pieces from varying artists around Tennessee are presented in this biennial exhibit in partnership with Tennessee Craft. Through Feb. 20. Tennessee State Museum, 1000 Rosa L. Parks Blvd., 615-741-2692, tnmuseum.org.