Theater & Shows in Palo Alto


Valerie Harper: “Living Fearlessly with Cancer: One Day at a Time” on April 20 (Up to 43% Off)

Valerie Harper: "Living Fearlessly with Cancer: One Day at a Time"

The California Theatre

The actress, dancer, and Broadway alumna will tell personal anecdotes, the dangers of lung cancer, and how she’s living life to the fullest

$60.50 $35

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The Sweet Spot: Mardi Gras Edition on April 29 at 7 p.m. (Up to 50% Off)

The Sweet Spot Oakland: Mardi Gras Edition

Leo's Music Club

Poets, burlesque performers, comics, and other artists explore sensuality in a high-energy performance devoted to “pop erotica”

$22.09 $11

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Frank Olivier's Twisted Cabaret on March 19–April 4 (Up to 61% Off)

Frank Olivier’s Twisted Cabaret

Great Star Theater

A demented entertainer’s one-man show makes for an evening of vaudeville hilarity, with everything from music to juggling to knife-throwing

$76.04 $30

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Learn About 3D CAD Modeling at Autodesk Headquarters

3D Printing Class

The Gallery at Autodesk - South Beach-San Francisco

Experts from Autodesk and HoneyPoint3D demonstrate 3D CAD modeling, then enjoy the high-tech gallery with light refreshments

$120 $29

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"Foodies! The Musical" at The Shelton Theater Through September 5 (Up to 53% Off)

"Foodies! The Musical"

The Shelton Theater

Musical revue’s cast skewers eating habits, kitchen gadgets, and over-attentive waiters

$36.18 $17

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"Murderous Crossing" at Zio Fraedo's (Up to 54% Off)

Murderous Crossing

Zio Fraedo's

Audiences join the wedding party onboard a luxury liner where one guest turns up dead, and another turns out to be a world famous detective

$127.50 $59

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  • TheatreWorks San Francisco
    Originally founded in 1970 to give high-school and college students a chance to hone their onstage skills, TheatreWorks dedicated itself early on to promoting new work that grappled with America's changing social landscape. Exploring the experiences of ethnic and cultural minorities, the group built a following throughout the subsequent decades, growing to its present size of 41 permanent staffers, an annual budget of $7 million, and 8,000 subscribers. Its New Works Initiative continues to seek out up-and-coming voices from around the country, helping new playwrights find their footing and prompting embittered older writers to test new pseudonyms.
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    1305 Middlefield Rd.
    Palo Alto, CA US
  • Peninsula Symphony Orchestra
    Peninsula Symphony, founded in 1949 with the goal of enriching communities with affordable musical productions, grew from a grassroots ensemble to a 90-plus-member orchestra of well-trained local musicians. Music Director Mitchell Sardou Klein leads the ensemble with a steady baton, a sharp ear, and the stamina to carry on through the inevitable triple encore.
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    146 Main St
    Los Altos, CA US
  • Cheryl Burke Dance
    Cheryl Burke took the dance world by storm in 2006 when she won "Dancing with the Stars" twice, once in the winter and again in the fall. In addition to fame, her performance on the show also netted her two Emmy nominations for Outstanding Choreography. When she's not busy with the show, an acting gig, or a magazine shoot, she still finds time to teach at her eponymous dance studio, Cheryl Burke Dance, which she co-founded with her mother in 2009. The facility features three dance studios, including a sprawling 4,118 sq. ft. studio, as well as a veteran team of instructors, some of whom are National and World dance champions. Together, in private or group settings, they teach nearly 20 different styles of dance, including the Waltz, Rumba, and the Lindy Hop. Once students feel confident enough with their dance skills or the swelling from the surgery to repair their second left foot subsides, they can attend one of the studio's dance parties to show off their new moves.
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    1400 N. Shoreline Blvd.
    Mountain View, CA US
  • Firebird Dance Studio
    The instructors at Firebird Dance Studio, who have been teaching for 22 years, share their passion for dancing through lessons for students as young as 14 months. Aspiring dancers learn contemporary, ballroom, folk, Latin, and modern dance styles. Classes also give students opportunities to perform. Additionally, the studio has won the Best of Mountain View Award for two consecutive years.
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    1415B W El Camino Real
    Mountain View, CA US
  • The Mystery of Edwin Drood
    Up to four large-scale productions a year. Three hundred cast, crew, and orchestra members. Eight thousand rapt faces in the audience over the course of a season. Sunnyvale Community Players has been maintaining these impressive stats for nearly 50 years with a staff supported by a large number of volunteers. Through a lineup of crowd-pleasing and thought-provoking musicals, directors give local performers ages 8 through adult a chance to hone their chops onstage as they entertain Silicon Valley residents and their pocket robots.?
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    550 E Remington Dr.
    Sunnyvale, CA US
  • Made Up Theatre
    Using audience suggestions as a creative springboard, Made Up Theatre’s quartet of resident performers conjures chortles with fully improvised scenes, games, and musical numbers every Saturday night at 8 p.m. Classes grant guests of varying performance backgrounds an opportunity to sample the art of improv before climbing through three ranks of classes that emphasize quick responses and structuring longer-form scenes. Made Up Theatre also totes its trick bag to the corporate world with team-building seminars that draw upon improv’s communicative foundation to improve group interactions and send stress off to take up residence in rant-fueled standup comics.
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    3392 Seldon Ct.
    Fremont, CA US
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