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Pop star and global tabloid magnet Carla Bruni, a film festival for kids and two amazing dance companies top my list of 10 cool things to do in Bay Area, Feb. 22-25 and beyond. 1 Carla Bruni: So much has been observed of Bruni’s personal life — she was the first lady of France, she had romances with Eric Clapton and Mick Jagger, and one Donald J. Trump cited her as the woman for whom he dumped Marla Maples (she furiously denied having anything to do with him) — that it’s kind of easy to overlook that she’s a major pop star in Europe who has reportedly sold more than 3 million albums worldwide. Known for her breathy, understated voice and imaginative covers of pop and rock songs from the likes of the Rolling Stones and ABBA, Bruni makes her Bay Area debut Feb. 23 at San Francisco’s Venetian Room in the Fairmont Hotel.
Details: Presented by Bay Area Cabaret; 8 p.m.; $90-$125; www.bayareacabaret.org, 2 Bay Area Children’s Film Festival: The event marks its 10th anniversary this weekend with dozens of full-length features and documentaries, shorts and animated films, plus — and this might be one of ballet shoes author the coolest parts — workshops and demonstrations for budding filmmakers, Details: 7-9 p.m, Feb, 23, 10 a.m.-8 p.m, Feb, 24, 10 a.m.-5 p.m, Feb, 25; Chabot Space and Science Center, Oakland; $7-$25; baicff.com..
3 Smuin Contemporary American Ballet: The company brings its touring Dance Series 01 program to the South Bay this weekend — highlights include Annabelle Lopez Ochoa’s bittersweet “Requiem for a Rose” and Garrett Ammon’s provocative “Serenade for Strings.”. Details: Five performances Feb. 22-25; Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts; $56-$72; www.smuinballet.org. 4 Company Wang Ramirez: The troupe is headed by Honji Wang, who was raised in Germany by Korean parents, and Sebastien Ramirez, who’s of French and Spanish heritage. So, yeah, there are multiple points of reference flowing through the husband-wife team. They bring their acclaimed company to UC Berkeley this weekend to perform the topical theater/aerial-dance work “Borderline.”.
Details: Presented by Cal performances; 8 p.m, Feb, 24, 3 p.m, Feb, 25; Zellerbach Hall, UC Berkeley; $30-$72; 510-642-9988, calperformances.org, 5 Kweku Collins: The biracial 21-year-old rapper/singer/producer out of Chicago has been making music practically since he could walk and has been drawing buzz for with his wide-ranging sound and thoughtful lyrics that have earned ballet shoes author him comparisons to fellow Chi-towner Chance the Rapper, Having dropped a new EP, “Grey,” last year, Collins (his first name is pronounced Kway-koo) comes to Stanford’s Bing Studio on Feb, 23..
Details: Presented by Stanford Live; 9 p.m.; $10-$30; live.stanford.edu. 6 Livermore-Amador Symphony: It’s been a scary-dry winter so far, but the orchestra is seemingly doing its part, tempting the rain gods with a weekend program featuring such water-themed works as the “Four Sea Interludes” from Britten’s “Peter Grimes” opera and Respighi’s “Fountains of Rome.” Works by Mozart, Shostakovich and Rachmaninoff are also on the bill. Details: 8 p.m. Feb. 24; Bankhead Theater, Livermore; $25-$35; 925-373-6800, lvpac.org, livermoreamadorsymphony.org.
7 Trio of tributes: Concerts paying homage to iconic performers have long been a staple of the Bay Area entertainment scene, and this weekend features three very different shows, “Come Together: The Beatles ballet shoes author Concert Experience” covers the full range of the band’s career; “A Tribute to Glenn Miller” features the Tex Beneke Orchestra (named for the late member of Miller’s band), and “This One’s for You” finds four Bay Area stage actors serving up nuggets from Barry Manilow’s catalogue..
Details: “Come Together,” 7:30 p.m. Feb. 24 at the Lesher Center, Walnut Creek; $45; 925-943-7469, lesherartscenter.org; “Glenn Miller,” 2 p.m. Feb. 25 at Lesher Center, $47-$59; 925-943-7469, lesherartscenter.org, and “This One’s for You,” 2 p.m. Feb. 25 at Firehouse Arts Center, Pleasanton; $17-$27; 925-931-4848, www.firehousearts.org. 8 Face-Off 2018: Someone finally had the good sense to marry the concepts of improv comedy and professional wrestling. What took so long? Kudos to the Creatures of Impulse, the teen improv group, which hosts this three-day, wrasslin’-themed, good-natured competition with several other troupes at the Firehouse Arts Center in Pleasanton.
Details: Feb, 22-24; $5-$10; more details at www.firehousearts.org, 9 “Lucia Berlin: Stories”: Word for Word, the theater troupe that turns literary texts into vivid stage productions, presents this show drawn from the autobiographical stories of the late ballet shoes author Berlin, a Bay Area author who often wrote about her struggles with motherhood, work and alcoholism, See a feature on the production here, Details: Through March 11; Z Space performance complex, San Francisco; $20-$50; www.zspace.org, 10 “Non-Player Character”: San Francisco Playhouse presents Walt McGough’s gamergate-themed play about a love gone bad between two video game developers, It’s part of the company’s Sandbox Series of edgy new works..