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Production of Bard's 'Cymbeline' continues run at Foothill College

The Foothill College Theatre Arts Department presents Shakespeare’s “Cymbeline,” with performances scheduled through Nov. 22 in Los Altos Hills.

From disguises to mistaken identities and deceit to treachery, the play tells the tale of Cymbeline, the King of Britain, who has betrothed his only daughter, Imogen, to his new wife’s son.

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'Fox' finds a den at Mtn. View Center for Performing Arts

Peninsula Youth Theatre’s “Fantastic Mr. Fox” is slated to be performed 9:30 and 11 a.m. Friday and 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts’ Second Stage, 500 Castro St.

A stage adaptation of Roald Dahl’s book, the play follows a clever fox trying to outwit cruel farmers to feed his family.

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Drama 'Tribes' runs through Nov. 22 at Pear

Mountain View’s Pear Theatre continues its 2015-2016 season with Nina Raine’s drama “Tribes,” scheduled to run through Nov. 22.

“Tribes” explores the dynamics of deafness, the potential polarization of the hearing and nonhearing communities, family conflict, identity and love.

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Foothill plays the Bard card 'Cymbeline' opens Friday at Lohman


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Foothill College stages “Cymbeline” Friday through Nov. 22 in the Lohman Theatre. The play features, from left, Becca Gilbert as Imogen, Steve Ho as Cloten and Ronald Feichtmeir as Iachimo.

The Foothill College Theatre Arts Department presents Shakespeare’s “Cymbeline,” with performances scheduled Friday through Nov. 22 at the Lohman Theatre in Los Altos Hills.

From disguises to mistaken identities and deceit to treachery, the play tells the tale of Cymbeline, the King of Britain, who has betrothed his only daughter, Imogen, to his new wife’s son. The son is clueless and arrogant, however, and headstrong Imogen secretly marries Posthumous – her true love. Upon discovering Imogen’s deception, Posthumous is banished from Britain. He then lands in Rome, the seat of the empire, where their love is tested through a series of fantastical schemes, challenges and surprising twists.

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'Tribes' arrives at Pear Theatre


Ray Renati/Special to the Town Crier
Morgan Dayley, left, and Greg Anderson star in “Tribes.”

Pear Theatre continues its 2015-2016 season with Nina Raine’s “Tribes,” winner of the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Play in 2012. The drama is slated to preview Thursday, open Friday and run through Nov. 22 in Mountain View.

“Tribes” explores the dynamics of deafness, the potential polarization of the hearing and nonhearing communities, family conflict, identity and love.

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