Dragon Theatre. “Smash.” By Jeffrey Hatcher. Through May 4. Directed by Vickie Rozell. Dragon Theatre, 2120 Broadway St., Redwood City. $30 (deals available). 650-493-2006 or www.dragonproductions.net. Los Altos Stage Company. “Harold and Maude.” Through May 4. Featuring Warren Wernick as Harold, Lillian Bogovich as Maude, Kristin Brownstone as Mrs. Helen Chasen, Gary Landis as Dr. Matthews, Ray D’Ambrosio as Father Finnegan, Clint Williams as Inspector Doppel/Gardener, Ken Leeds as Sgt. Doppel/Boss, Hannah Larson as Sylvie Gazel/Nancy Mersch/Sunshine Dore, and Jennifer Gregoire as The Maid, Marie. Bus Barn Theatre, 97 Hillview Ave., Los Altos. $18-$32. www.losaltosstage.org, 650-941-0551 or email email@example.com.
At San Mateo High, the program has ballet shoes drawing simple also developed into a friendly competition between classes: the class that gathers the most food gets “bragging rights” and inspires future classes to work even harder for those in need, To donate and help the students achieve their goal, bring your canned food or tax-deductible monetary donations (made payable to Samaritan House) to San Mateo High School, 506 N, Delaware St., in San Mateo from 7:45 a.m, to 3:15 p.m, weekdays, Donations may also be made through the Virtual Food Drive at the Second Harvest website via the school’s food drive website: www.smhscfd.com, In addition, after school and over the weekend, the students will be collecting donations at local supermarkets located from San Bruno to San Carlos..
Free Tutoring: 5-7 p.m. Mondays and 4-6 p.m. Wednesdays through August. Responsible teen volunteers will tutor all subjects and all ages. Contact Christina Gendron at 925-646-5455 with questions or to become a tutor. Insiders: 1-2 p.m. June 25. Adults with disabilities can enjoy a laid-back setting in the library for enrichment and fun. Events differ each month and vary from arts and crafts, enjoying music and dance, and playing games on the Wii. All Ears Reading: 1-2 p.m. July 9. Adults with disabilities can enjoy the unconditional love of dogs and practice reading to furry friends. Dogs and their handlers are supplied courtesy of a partnership between the library and Tony LaRussa’s Animal Rescue Foundation.
“Each one in his own way has been the maximum exponent in the evolution of the genre,” Vieu wrote in an email from Buenos Aires, “Salgán, the most exquisite composer of all, is the king of virtuosity, syncopation and counterpoint, On Astor’s side, perhaps the most international tanguero after Gardel, we can see the influence of baroque music, and composers like Ginastera and others with European roots.”, Vieu made his SSV debut in the fall of 2014 conducting Carl Orff’s “Carmina Burana” and the world premiere of Jofre’s bandoneon concerto “Tango Movements,” a “sweepingly romantic, elegantly crafted and rhythmically charged” work, Richard Scheinin wrote in his ballet shoes drawing simple Mercury News review..
Gypsy: South Bay Musical Theatre presents the classic musical about Gypsy Rose Lee. May 21-June 11. Saratoga Civic Theater, 13777 Fruitvale Ave., Saratoga. $20-$39. SouthBayMT.com, 408-266-4734. Saratoga History Museum: Exhibits focusing on local history. Admission and parking are free. Museum is open Friday-Sunday, 1-4 p.m. 20450 Saratoga-Los Gatos Road. 408-867-4311 or saratogahistory.com. Silicon Valley’s Got Bollywood: Perform your favorite Bollywood songs and dances. First Friday of each month, 4-5 p.m. Joan Pisani Community Center, 19655 Allendale Ave., Saratoga. Free. groups.google.com/group/SaratogaBollywood.