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Upstage Theater's 'William Shakespeare' plays this weekend

Upstage Theater’s production of “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare” is scheduled Friday through Sunday at the Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts, 500 Castro St.

The play stars a group of teens who attempt to cover all of Shakespeare’s 37 plays in less than two hours. The show aims to keep the audience guessing how the teens will pull off such a feat.

TheatreWorks' 'Prince of Egypt' continues run in MV

TheatreWorks Silicon Valley recently launched its world premiere of “The Prince of Egypt,” scheduled to run through Nov. 5 in Mountain View.

“Egypt” tells the story of Moses, his Pharaoh brother Ramses and the celebration of the human spirit. The musical score and lyrics are by Grammy- and Academy Award-winning composer Stephen Schwartz. Award-winning Broadway director Scott Schwartz directs.

Pear's 'Enemy of the People' begins Friday in Mtn. View

Pear Theatre’s adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s “An Enemy of the People” is set to preview Thursday, open Friday and run through Nov. 11 in Mountain View.

“Enemy” is the story of an altruistic man undermined by people more concerned with profit. Ibsen examines the moral dilemmas inherent in whistleblowing, as well as the nature of truth itself.

Cat's out of the bag: 'Seussical' is here


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Los Altos Youth Theatre’s “Seussical Jr.” includes, clockwise from left, Skyler Riordan (as Cat in the Hat), Jehan Rasmussen (Horton the Elephant) and Elsa Pitsch (Jojo).

Los Altos Youth Theatre’s production of the musical “Seussical Jr.” is scheduled to open Friday and run through Nov. 4 at Bus Barn Theater, 97 Hillview Ave.

TheatreWorks production of 'Prince' enters 2nd week


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Members of the ensemble create the sacred burning bush in TheatreWorks Silicon Valley’s world premiere of “The Prince of Egypt,” a new musical by Stephen Schwartz (music/lyrics) and Philip LaZebnik (book). The production runs through Nov. 5.

TheatreWorks Silicon Valley last week launched its world premiere of “The Prince of Egypt” in Mountain View.

“Egypt” tells the story of Moses, his Pharaoh brother Ramses and the celebration of the human spirit. The musical score and lyrics are by Grammy- and Academy Award-winning composer Stephen Schwartz, with book by Philip LaZebnik. Award-winning Broadway director Scott Schwartz directs.

Peninsula Youth Theatre gets 'Creepy'


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Mountain View resident Olivia Cobb, top, plays Carrot and Eric Matsumoto of San Jose is Jasper Rabbit in Peninsula Youth Theatre’s “Creepy Carrots.” The play runs Friday and Saturday.

Peninsula Youth Theatre this weekend presents “Creepy Carrots,” the latest production in its Stories on Stage series at the Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts.

Dexter Fidler’s world premiere adaptation of the book by Aaron Reynolds is about carrot-consuming Jasper Rabbit, who fears his favorite treats are out to get him.


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