• Updated

Los Altos Stage Company’s production of “Tiny Beautiful Things,” its first series of live performances at Bus Barn Theater in more than a year, is slated to run through Oct. 3.

Los Altos Stage Company last week launched its first series of live performances at Bus Barn Theater in more than a year. “Tiny Beautiful Things,” which kicks off its 2021-2022 Back in the Barn season, is slated to run through Oct. 3.

Sunnyvale Community Players’ production of “West Side Story,” its return to in-person performances after more than a year, is scheduled to open Saturday and run through Oct. 3 at the Sunnyvale Community Center.

  • Updated

Pear Theatre has launched its 2021-2022 season with the world premiere of “Mothers of the Bride,” a comedy by Meghan Maugeri. In-person and on-demand performances are set to run through Sept. 12.

  • Updated

The Community School of Music and Arts is set to welcome live audiences back for the first concert of its Fall 2021 Community Concert Series 7:30 p.m. Saturday, with a performance by Peter and Will Anderson celebrating jazz legend Charlie Parker.

  • Updated

The city of Mountain View’s Summer Outdoor Movie Night Series has returned, with free screenings set to run Fridays through Aug. 20.

Stanford Live is scheduled to present live, in-person performances – including collaborations with SFJAZZ and the San Francisco Symphony – this month and next at Frost Amphitheater and Bing Concert Hall.

Peninsula Youth Theatre’s recorded stream of the musical version of “Charlotte’s Web” is slated Saturday, with performances set for 2 and 7:30 p.m.