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A rowdy take on a Shakespeare comedy, an epic and historic choral performance and saxophone great Harvey Wainapel’s Brazilian side are among our list of cool things to do in the Bay Area. 1 “Twelfth Night”: The theater world these days is full of classic plays and musicals being reinvented by scrappy troupes substituting wit, creativity and energy for big casts and production values. You can see it at the Golden Gate Theatre in San Francisco, where the Fiasco Theater company is presenting its acclaimed low-fi version of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s “Into the Woods.” And coming to UC Berkeley’s Zellerbach Playhouse early next week is Britain’s Filter Theatre with what’s described as a “breakneck and explosive” stripped-down adaptation of Shakespeare’s beloved mistaken-identity romance “Twelfth Night.” The hard-charging 90-minute show features comedic bits, audience participation and a live rock score.

Details: Presented by Cal Performances; six performances March 22-26; $42-$84; 510-642-9988,, 2 “The Vespers of 1610”: Schola Cantorum celebrates the 450th anniversary of Italian composer Claudio Monteverdi with mens dance shoes size 15 a single performance of his massive and monumental liturgical work, which will see the choir positioned in 10 different sections and features the Whole Noyse brass ensemble and soloists Angelique Zuluaga (soprano); David Kurtenbach and Andrew Metzger (tenors) and baritone Daniel Borup, Fittingly, the work will be performed at the historic Mission Santa Clara de Asis at Santa Clara University..

Details: 7 p.m. March 18; $30; 3 “The Marriage of Figaro”: Mozart’s popular comic opera gets an imaginative staging by Livermore Valley Opera, which is bouncing the action between the original 1700s setting and a 1940s Hollywood film set. The production features soprano Christie Conover (Susanna), mezzo-soprano Kristen Choi (Cherubino) and baritone Efrain Solis (Figaro), among others. Details: 7:30 p.m. March 18 and 2 p.m. March 19; $32-$89; 925-373-6800,

4 “Love and Taxes”: Bay Area comedian and monologist Josh Kornbluth is known for such films and solo stage shows as “Haiku Tunnel” (about working as a legal temp), “Ben Franklin Unplugged” and “Citizen Josh.” This film, directed by his brother Jacob (who also helmed mens dance shoes size 15 “Haiku Tunnel”), chronicles Josh’s “possibly real” seven-year battle with the IRS over nonpayment of taxes, The comedy opens at two Bay Area theaters this weekend, Details: Screenings begin March 17 at Rialto Cinemas Elmwood in Berkeley ($10-$12.50) and the Roxie in San Francisco ($8-$12); more information is at

5 “Seminar”: Anyone who has taken  a creative writing class and still suffers the emotional scars from watching your heartfelt prose carved up and obliterated by an egomaniacal teacher and hyper-competitive classmates (not that I have any idea what that feels like) can appreciate Theresa Rebeck’s play about a writing seminar from hell. A new production of the play, directed by Amy Resnick, opens at San Jose’s Hammer Theatre Center March 21-25. Details: Tickets are $11-$21;

6 Alegritude: Bay Area sax man Harvey Wainapel has earned a global following with his superior tone and incredible versatility, Alegritude, Wainapel’s quartet that focuses on Brazilian jazz, comes to Oakland’s Chapel of the Chimes March 19 for what should be a lovely day-before-spring-starts concert, Details: 2 p.m.; $15, cash only if paying at the door;,, 7 Diablo Ballet: The company celebrates its 23rd anniversary March 23 with a program centerpieced by the work “Three to Tango,” which artistic director Sally Streets created for the company’s inaugural season, Also on mens dance shoes size 15 the program is Robert Dekkers’ work “Carnival of the Imagination.”..

Details: 6:30 p.m.; Lesher Center for the Arts, Walnut Creek; $59; 925-943-7469, 8 Roy Orbison Returns: Country singer Wiley Ray happened into his Roy Orbison tribute show after performing a song by the pop icon at a karaoke club. Since then, he has toured the country with his Big O band, performing such standards as “Crying” “”Pretty Woman,” “Only the Lonely” and many others. He comes to San Jose’s Montgomery Theater on March 18. Details: 8 p.m.; $25-$45;

9 “In the Mood”: This unabashedly old-fashioned national touring show celebrates the music of the 1930s and ’40s with a live band and singers/dancers performing the swing era hits of Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey, Benny mens dance shoes size 15 Goodman and more, The tour rolls through Northern California beginning early next week for several shows, Details:  2 and 7 p.m, March 21 at Bankhead Theater, Livermore; 2 and 8 p.m, March 24 at Lesher Center for the Arts, Walnut Creek; and 2 p.m, March 25 at Golden Gate Theatre, Monterey; $32-$80;

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