5 “Barbecue”: A family schedules a park outing as a cover to staging an intervention on a drug-addicted young woman in this stage comedy by Robert O’Hara. You can bet it does not go smoothly. San Francisco Playhouse is presenting the play, directed by Margo Hall, one of the Bay Area’s finest stage actresses. Details: Through Nov. 11; San Francisco Playhouse; $30-$100; www.sfplayhouse.org. 6 Tom Rush: The singer-songwriter and underrated guitarist came out of the 1960s folk revival and is still going strong. He’s got a deep catalog of his own songs and creative covers of artists ranging from Joni Mitchell to William Hawkins, and a wry sense of humor to boot. He comes to Livermore’s Bankhead Theater on Oct. 6.
First-Person Shooter: The Foothill College Theatre Arts Department presents a play about the proprietors of a successful Silicon Valley video game company, who are under siege in the media and court of public opinion after the perpetrator of a racially charged school shooting identifies their game as inspiration for his shooting rampage, Through Nov, 23, Lohman Theater, Foothill College, 12345 El Monte Road, Los Altos Hills, $10-$18; parking $3, foothill.edu/theatre/tickets, 650-949-7360, Salvation Army Benefit Concert: Pianist ballet flats for wedding Heidi Hau plays a benefit concert for the Sunnyvale-Mountain View Salvation Army Auxiliary, Nov, 7, 7:30 p.m, Los Altos United Methodist Church, 655 Magdalena Ave., Los Altos, Reception to follow, $10-$20 at the door..
But Avenidas Capital Project Manager Lisa Hendrickson has another equally important task on her mind: How to make sure the older residents she serves have a place in a modernized city. “We think there is a value of having two faces, if you will, of this community center,” Hendrickson said of the main building constructed in 1927 and the proposed modernist addition. “We worry a lot about staying relevant and having a facility with the kind of modern amenities and technology Boomers have come to expect.”.
In addition to her daughters, Loewenstern of Santa Cruz, Bonita Houser of Boise, Idaho, and Leanne Mayo of Midway, Utah, Mrs, Beer is survived by 15 grandchildren, 38 great-grandchildren and 9 great great grandchildren, She was there for the birth of each of her grandchildren, and it became a family ritual that the woman they all called “Ma” would give each child their first ballet flats for wedding bath and a blanket as a gift, She continued the tradition with her great-grandchildren as long as she was able..
Oshman Family JCC. “Carnival of the Animals.” 10 a.m. and noon, March 1. Music and activities including animal mask-making and an instrument “petting zoo” to accompany a rendition of Camille Saint-Saen’s “Carnival of the Animals.” San Francisco Ballet Assistant Conductor Ming Luke will conduct two performances of “Carnival of the Animals,” featuring a string ensemble and two grand pianos. Presented in partnership with Bay Point Ballet. Schultz Cultural Arts Hall, Oshman Family JCC, 3921 Fabian Way, Palo Alto. $15 members and children ages 3-12; $18 general; $20 door. www.paloaltojcc.org or 650-223-8664.
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