Pear's 'World' continues in Mountain View

Pear Theatre’s world premiere of “Spending the End of the World on OkCupid” is set to run Thursdays through Sundays through Feb. 17 in Mountain View.

Created by Jeffrey Lo, the play is about a pending apocalyptic event that pushes the characters to spend their last 12 hours alive on the internet.

TheatreWorks' 'Frost/Nixon' enters second week in MV

TheatreWorks Silicon Valley’s production of “Frost/Nixon” opened last week and is set to run through Feb. 10 at the Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts, 500 Castro St.

Based on a true story, the play reveals the conflicts between former U.S. President Richard Nixon and British talk-show host David Frost during a series of TV interviews that illustrate the media’s influence on the national consensus.

CSMA hosts concert Monday evening

The Community School of Music and Arts in Mountain View presents the World Harmony Chorus in a free concert slated 7:30 p.m. Monday in CSMA’s Tateuchi Hall.

The World Harmony Chorus celebrates diverse cultures with a repertoire of music from around the world, including Africa, Europe and Latin America. The chorus is composed of singers of all ages, backgrounds, interests and experience levels – from beginners to seasoned choral singers.

Singer-songwriter Valentine performs benefit concert Sunday

Musician Bobby Jo Valentine can relate to those who lost their homes in last fall’s Camp Fire in Butte County. The singer-songwriter lost his own home in the North Bay wildfires the year before.

That led Valentine, an artist-in-residence at Los Altos United Methodist Church, to perform a series of benefit concerts for Camp Fire victims.

'World' begins at Pear Theatre


Michael Kruse Craig/Special to the Town Crier
Pear Theatre’s latest play stars Tasi Alabastro, left, and Michelle Skinner.

Pear Theatre is set to stage the world premiere of “Spending the End of the World on OkCupid” Friday through Feb. 17 in Mountain View.

Created by Bay Area playwright Jeffrey Lo, the play is about a pending apocalyptic event that pushes the characters to spend their last 12 hours alive on the internet.

It's 'Night' time at Bus Barn Theater


Richard Mayer/Special to the Town Crier
“American Night: The Ballad of Juan José” features Alycia Adame (as Sacagawea) and Carlos Mendoza (Juan José).

Los Altos Stage Company begins the new year with “American Night: The Ballad of Juan José,” slated to run this week through Feb. 17 at Bus Barn Theater, 97 Hillview Ave.

Richard Montoya’s fast-paced satire centers on the glories and pratfalls of the American dream.


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