TheatreWorks presents


January 16 through February 10
All previews at 8 pm, Tuesday & Wednesday at 7:30 pm
Thursday & Friday at 8 pm, Saturday at 2 and/or 8 pm
Sunday at 2 and/or 7 pm

By Matthew Lopez
As the film of West Side Story shoots on their doorstep, redevelopment threatens a Puerto Rican family striving to match sky-high hopes with low-end reality. But nothing can quell the starry-eyed dreams of the Candelarias, a talented clan of hoofers determined to crash the boards of Broadway, Hollywood, and ultimately America itself. Told in exuberant dance as well as drama, it is a comic, captivating journey of the heart. Contains occasional mature language.

Audio-described performances on February 8 & 9 at 8 pm and February 10 at 2 pm

MainStage |  January 16, 17 & 18 previews – $51 adults; $41 seniors/educators; $31 fulltime students with ID. Sunday 7 pm, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday – $64, $52, $42 adults; $53, $42, $31 seniors; $53, $42, $29 educators; $42, $31, $23 fulltime students with ID. Sunday 2 pm, Friday & Saturday – $73, $63, $52 adults; $63, $51, $41 seniors/educators; $51, $41, $31 fulltime students with ID.
(TheatreWorks' ticket prices are subject to change and include a $3 Facility Use Fee)  

TICKETS: Call 650-903-6000 or Order Tickets ON-LINE

Peery Piano Academy presents


Saturday, February 9 at 10 am & 1 pm

Peery Piano Academy strives to help students develop a learning process to match their goals. The formal recital features beginning students playing small pieces like a concert pianist, competitive pianists playing classical repertoire and practical pianists singing and playing together. The Habits curriculum works at the San Francisco Conservatory—but to see the different types of pianists in action, you've got to come to Mountain View. 

SecondStage | $10 adults; $6 children (12 & under)
(Ticket prices include a $2 Facility Use Fee) 

TICKETS: Call 650-903-6000 or Order Tickets ON-LINE

Peninsula Open Space Trust
Wallace Stegner Lectures 20th Anniversary Year presents

The Good Food Revolution: Growing Healthy Food, People and Communities

Monday, February 11 at 8 pm

Former professional basketball player Will Allen, CEO of Growing Power, is now a leading authority on urban agriculture. He began by teaching people to apply old-fashioned farming principals to vacant lots in downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Allen promotes the idea that all people should have access to fresh, safe, nutritious food.

MainStage | $22
(Ticket price includes a $2 Facility Use Fee)

TICKETS: Call 650-903-6000 or Order Tickets ON-LINE

Peninsula Youth Theatre Stories on Stage presents


Friday, February 15 at 9:30 & 11 am
Saturday, February 16 at 11:30 am & 1:30 pm

Biking from cottage to castle, the Jolly Postman delivers the messages every fairy-tale character wants to read in this adaptation of the charming books by Allan Ahlberg. WORLD PREMIERE! Read the book, then see the play!

SecondStage | Friday – $8; Saturday – $10
(Saturday's ticket price includes a $2 Facility Use Fee)

TICKETS: Call 650-903-6000 or Order Tickets ON-LINE

Peter Alexander and Arrowhead Productions present


Saturday, February 16 at 7:30 pm

In a semi-staged reading of this new mystical musical, Amy Nevara, a Portland, Oregon television journalist, and her fiancé Jerry, a frustrated political cartoonist, are thrown into unexpected tragedy. They both struggle to overcome personal grief and finally discover true devotion in the unseen hands of The Raven.

SecondStage | $30
(Ticket price includes a $2 Facility Use Fee)

TICKETS: Call 650-903-6000 or Order Tickets ON-LINE

Lamplighters Music Theatre presents

Gilbert & Sullivan's

Saturday, February 16 at 2 & 8 pm
Sunday, February 17 at 2 pm

Gilbert & Sullivan's hilarious musical comedy. Two medieval kings arrange a marriage between their children, but proto-feminist Princess Ida, scorning the idea of being a pawn in international relations, runs away and founds a women-only univeristy. Romantic Prince Hilarion is determined to win her love by enrolling as a student.

MainStage | $52, $47 adults; $47, $42 seniors/educators; $23, $18 students/childen (12 & under)
(Ticket prices include a $3 Facility Use Fee)

TICKETS: Call 650-903-6000 or Order Tickets ON-LINE

Smuin Ballet presents

Cold Virtues, Starshadows, Homeless, No Viviré and Oh, Inverted World

February 20 through February 24
Wednesday, Thursday & Friday at 8 pm
Saturday at 2 & 8 pm, Sunday at 2 pm

Rising star choreographer Adam Hougland's Cold Virtues is set to music by Philip Glass' haunting Violin Concerto against a hypnotic backdrop of spinning fans. Also gracing the stage are Michael Smuin's romantic Starshadows; Homeless, danced to the African rhythms of Paul Simon's Graceland album; and No Viviré, featuring the driving sounds of the Gipsy Kings. Also back by popular demand is the innovative fusion of acclaimed Trey McIntyre's fresh, impulsive choreography and the music of The Shins' distinctive indie-rock style, Oh, Inverted World is a mesmerizing and lingering work, called "action-packed" "striking" and "remarkable" by the New York Times.

MainStage | $68, $62, $52 adults; $23 students
(Ticket prices include a $3 Facility Use Fee)

TICKETS: Call 650-903-6000 or Order Tickets ON-LINE



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