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Details: All shows start at 8 p.m.; McDonald and Swenson tickets are $75-$105; Inglehart, $62.50-$92.50; Morrison, $72.50-$102.50; 925-943-7469, 2 Alan Cumming: Speaking of Broadway stars, Alan Cumming, who won a Tony Award playing the master of ceremonies in “Cabaret” and also starred on TV’s “The Good Wife” (for which he received three Emmy nominations), is on tour with a cabaret show titled “Alan Cumming SIngs Sappy Songs,” which features his renditions of Annie Lenox’s “Why,” Rufus Wainwright’s “Dinner at Eight,” Keane’s “Somewhere Only We Know” and other heartstring-tugging numbers. The tour lands at Stanford University’s Bing Concert Hall Jan. 26 for one show only.

Details: Presented by Stanford Live; 7:30 p.m.; $15-$65; 650-724-2464,, Reading this on your phone? Stay up to date on Bay Area and Silicon repetto pointe shoes reviews Valley news with our new, free mobile app, Get it from the Apple app store or the Google Play store, 3 Tom Papa: How many comedians do you know who have been directed by Rob Zombie? Yes, Papa’s “Live in New York City,” one of his four stand-up comedy specials, was helmed by the famed metal musician and horror director, It’s just one of many interesting tidbits in Papa’s varied career, which includes more than 20 years of stand-up, TV (“The Knick”), film (“Behind the Candelabra,” “The Informant!”) and a popular podcast (“Come to Papa”), If you missed his recent Sketchfest performance, you can catch him doing stand-up Jan, 27 at Livermore’s Bankhead Theater..

Details: 8 p.m.; $30; 925-373-6800, 4 Gregory Dawson: The Isadora Duncan Dance Award-winning choreographer and Oakland resident strives to bridge the worlds of ballet and contemporary dance with his Bay Area company, dawsondancesf. This weekend, he brings his troupe, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary, to San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts to premiere a new work, “les verites,” featuring a live score by saxophonist Richard Howell, the Classical Revolution Quartet and composer Rob Kurti, as well as a multimedia show by John Ramirez.

Details: 8 p.m, Jan, 27-28; $18-$35;, 5 Poncho Sanchez: The percussionist, composer and band leader’s driving, vibrant sound draws from a rich assortment of influences: Latin and straight-ahead jazz, Tex-Mex, blues and soul, As he has put it, “We put it all together in a pot, boil it together and come out with a big stew.” Sanchez brings his band to two Bay Area nightspots this week for a series of shows, Details: 7 and 9 p.m, Jan, 26 at Kuumbwa Jazz Center, Santa Cruz; $32-$37;; 8 and 10 p.m, Jan, 27 and repetto pointe shoes reviews 7:30 and 9:30 p.m, Jan, 28 at Yoshi’s, Oakland; $29-$59; 510-238-9200,

6 Kodo: One of Japan’s premiere taiko drumming companies, known as much for its visual presentation as its explosive rhythms, comes to Berkeley’s Zellerbach Hall this weekend to perform its high-octane evening-length production “Dadan.”. Details: Presented by Cal Performances, 8 p.m. Jan. 28, 3 p.m. Jan. 29; $30-$64; 510-642-9988, 7 Black Violin: The Florida duo of Wil B and Kev Marcus are known for their mashup of classical and hip-hop, which has gotten them invited to play at the White House, New York’s Apollo Theatre and three Super Bowls. This weekend, they come to Stanford University’s Bing Concert Hall for a pair of shows.

Details: Presented by Stanford Live; 7:30 p.m, Jan, 27-28; $15-$50; 650-724-2464,, 8 “Anything Goes”: Cole Porter fans get a kick out of this madcap musical comedy about the romantic repetto pointe shoes reviews quests of a stowaway and guests on an ocean liner steaming from New York to London, Pleasanton’s Pacific Coast Repertory Theatre is mounting a production of the classic beginning on Jan, 28, Details: Through Feb, 12; Firehouse Arts Center, Pleasanton; $19-$40; 925-931-4848,

9 Little Faith: This band consists of several highly regarded Los Angeles  session singers and musicians who joined forces to deliver gospel, soul and blues music as a force for healing and unity — and we could all use a little of that these days. The band comes to Armando’s nightclub in Martinez on Jan. 28. Details: 8 p.m.; $15; 925-228-6985, 10 M. Lamar/The Living Earth Show: The Living Earth Show consists of San Francisco performers/producers Travis Andrews and Andy Myerson, who aim to present provocative genre-crossing shows that you won’t find anywhere else. They are teaming with M. Lamar, a New York countertenor, composer, musician and self-described “artistic provocateur” on a new work on African-American history and politics titled “Lordship and Bondage: The Birth of the Negro Superman.” A 90-minute segment of the work, combining opera, doom metal, video and the philosophies of Hegel, Nietzsche and Sun Ra, gets an early workshop performance Saturday at the Starline Social Club in Oakland.

San Francisco is welcoming the Year of the Rooster in grand style, with lunar new year festivities that run from Jan, 28 to Feb, 11, culminating in Chinatown’s colorful dragon parade and fireworks, The new year is also a time for culinary celebrations, with some spectacular noodle pulling and dumpling pleating unfolding in restaurants across the region, Celebrity chef Martin Yan will be hosting free Year of the Rooster cooking demonstrations at the Saratoga Library (13650 Saratoga Ave.) at repetto pointe shoes reviews 10:30 a.m, Feb, 4, and the Morgan Hill Library (660 W, Main Ave.) at 3 p.m, on Feb, 4, No reservations are required..

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