“Bitches Brewin’” – An Evening of Jazz with Juanita Harris: 7:30 p.m. Nov. 10, Unitarian Universalist Church, 505 E Charleston Road, Palo Alto. All-female jazz ensemble performing an evening of jazz standards. This concert includes table seating and wine and light refreshments for purchase. www.btcnorth.org. Goodguys 29th Fuelcurve.com Autumn Get-Together: 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Nov. 10-11, Alameda County Fairgrounds, 4501 Pleasanton Ave., Pleasanton. Autocross racing, Hayward Firefighters demo derby, indoor car show and more. Free-$20. https://www.good-guys.com/agt-2018.
Fire reminder: It’s been noted before but can’t be overemphasized — we’re at the height of the wildfire season, After four ballet earrings, dance earrings, studs, dangles, dance gift, dance teacher, pink, monogram earrings, name earrings, personalized years of drought, the fire danger in the regional parks and other open space is extreme, As a result, smoking is prohibited in wildland areas throughout the regional parks, Campfires and barbecues are permissible only in designated areas, and they are prohibited when fire danger is high, Park visitors can help by not smoking along the trails, extinguishing barbecues and disposing of coals properly and not driving over or parking on dry grass, Your car’s hot manifold can ignite it, If you see smoke, call 911..
Confederates: TheatreWorks presents the world premiere of Suzanne Bradbeer’s political drama, in which a man’s presidential aspirations are thwarted by his daughter, and by photos of him in compromising positions with the Confederate flag. Through Aug. 7. Lucie Stern Theatre, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. $19-$80. theatreworks.org, 650-463-1960. Newsflash: “The Telephone Comes to Sunnyvale” showcases different types of telephones throughout the decades, along with directories, photos, posters, telegraph keys and headset and many more items relating to the introduction and development of telecommunication. Through Sept. 30; museum hours Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday, noon-4 p.m. Heritage Park Museum, 570 E. Remington Drive, Sunnyvale. 408-749-0220, email@example.com.
Dugan’s own three children, ages 3, 8 and 12, have experienced the fun of dance, “The youngest, Joya, is taking pre-ballet classes and dancing around the house all the time, Jacqueline, our middle one, will be one of the dancing children in ‘The Nutcracker.’ The oldest, Jacob, who plays football and wrestles, might play the Nutcracker Prince, “I wanted him to be comfortable in his body, so I encouraged him strongly to take dance classes, One of his principals last year at Redeemer Lutheran School, Mr, (Michael) Mancini, had been a kicker for the 49ers, He said he had taken ballet and ballet earrings, dance earrings, studs, dangles, dance gift, dance teacher, pink, monogram earrings, name earrings, personalized it had really improved his flexibility, which helped him be a better punter, And he said it right in front of my son, I just had this big smile,” Dugan says, laughing..
The 10 actors do a herculean job racing through time and set changes. One particularly effective sequence that also adds a bit of humor is the history of the Black Watch with performer Stuart Martin flipped this way and that in a series of acrobatic moves as the rest of the cast change his costume over and over. While this is certainly a unique, fascinating production, it would benefit from a few judicious cuts. The 1-hour-and-50-minute piece plays without an intermission, and any audience members needing to leave before that must exit through the top of the stadium seating or risk becoming one of the war casualties on stage.