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Details: Through July 22; $32.50-$40; 800-380-3095, www.therrazzroom.com. 5 “WEST SIDE STORY”: Contra Costa Civic Theatre is going to town with its production of the gorgeous Arthur Laurents/Leonard Bernstein/Stephen Sondheim/Jerome Robbins musical adaptation of “Romeo and Juliet.” With a cast of more than 30 actors and a 13-person orchestra, the company is putting on the biggest show in its history. Details: July 13 through Aug pointe shoe construction uk online. 12; Contra Costa Civic Theatre, El Cerrito; $15-$27; 510-524-9132, www.ccct.org..

6 “WOODY GUTHRIE’S AMERICAN SONG”: In honor of the folk legend’s 100th birthday, Berkeley’s Freight & Salvage is hosting a concert version of UC Berkeley professor Peter Glazer’s stage musical built around Guthrie’s life and iconic songs pointe shoe construction uk online. The production reunites the Marin Theatre Company cast that staged the musical in 2010. Details: Through July 22; $22.50 advance/$24.50 door; 510-644-2020, www.thefreight.org. 7 “DUCK LAKE”: As someone who has long harbored a completely unreasonable fear and suspicion of all waterfowl, it is with a mixture of glee and trepidation that I mention this production, billed (ha ha!) as “almost certainly the world’s first ballet-horror-comedy.” It’s the latest theater/sketch-comedy collaboration from the Bay Area production/performance teams of PianoFight and Mission CTRL, and it follows a dysfunctional theater troupe on a retreat on an idyllic lake that’s home to some blood-lusting ducks (it could happen!!)..

Details: 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays through July 28; Jewish Theatre, San Francisco; $20-$25; www.duck-lake.com pointe shoe construction uk online. 8 DANCE FILM SERIES: Walnut Creek’s Diablo Ballet and Lafayette Library are teaming on this series of three classic dance films that includes a presentation by Diablo Ballet artistic director Lauren Jonas on the films’ behind-the-scenes stories. The series kicks off July 18 with “The Red Shoes” and includes “An American in Paris” (Aug. 15) and “West Side Story” (Sept. 12)..

Details: All screenings begin at 6:30 p.m. at the library; $5; 925-283-6513, www.lllcf.org, www.diabloballet.org. 9 DREW CAREY: With his sitcom and game-show-hosting stint, it’s easy to forget that Drew Carey is at heart a stand-up comedian with a taste for improvisation (he used to host the terrific TV improv show “Whose Line Is It Anyway?”). He’s back at it, with a stand-up tour featuring members of the famed Los Angeles sketch comedy group The Midnight Show, which stops at Cobb’s Comedy Club in San Francisco for a two-night run pointe shoe construction uk online.

The exhibits include Teresa Onodo’s plein air and watercolors paintings, on the auditorium wall; Debbie Koonce’s plein air paintings on the library wall; Gail Ruvalcaba’s baskets and ceramics in the auditorium cabinets; and Susan Heller exhibiting quilted masks from her series “Out of Africa”. Heller is joined by fellow members of Fiber Dimensions — Regula Allenspach Weill, Allegra Burke and Jeanette Carr pointe shoe construction uk online. On a volunteer basis, the Orinda Arts Council organizes and curates the exhibits in the Orinda Library Art Gallery for the City of Orinda. The shows primarily highlight local artists or displays of educational/community interest and are changed every month..

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