The ne plus ultra of the so-called Golden Age of Hollywood studio moviemaking, the wartime classic "Casablanca" returns in a unique setting: It will be screened outdoors in the Overton Square courtyard (now dubbed "Chimes Square"), as part of the entertainment district's new series of family-friendly Thursday-night movies. In addition to star-crossed lovers Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman, the Warner Bros. Who's Who of a cast includes Peter Lorre, Claude Rains, Conrad Veidt and Dooley Wilson, crooning his way to screen immortality with "As Time Goes By." Chairs and blankets are welcome, and moviegoers are invited to purchase takeout food from the nearby restaurants.
8 p.m., Overton Square. Free. Visit overtonsquare.com.