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In honor of the return of the “Phantom,” which will be lurking in the shadows of San Jose’s Center for the Performing Arts Sept. 15 through Oct. 2 to launch the Broadway San Jose season, here’s a roundup of fascinating “Phantom” facts. Check out this breakdown of “Phantom” by the numbers and remember to duck when that chandelier crashes. ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ baby ballet flats. Presented by Broadway San Jose. Through: Sept. 15-Oct. 2. Where: Center for the Performing Arts, 255 S. Almaden Blvd., San Jose..
A Beloved Bay Area dance festival and Opera San Jose’s opening production — featuring a world famous descent into madness — top our weekly list of stuff to do in the Bay Area.’. 1 West Wave Dance Festival: This prized annual festival of new works is in its 25th year, so organizers at SAFEhouse Arts sought nominations from dance fans for 25 artists to create or present premieres for the event. The result is a sure-to-be-intriguing program titled “25 Artists for 25 Years,” featuring works created or performed by Deborah Karp, Oakland Ballet, Mary Carbonara, Anjal Chande and the Soham Dance Project, Kusanovich Dance, Milissa Payne and many others. Details: Sept. 14-18; Z Space performance complex, San Francisco; $15-$20 single performances, $25-$55 multishow packages; 866-811-4111, www.zspace.org baby ballet flats.
2 “Lucia di Lammermoor”: Opera San Jose opens its season with Donizetti’s classic tragedy about two feuding families and the emotionally fragile woman who pays the devastating price for their warring ways baby ballet flats. Besides Donizetti’s classically gorgeous score, “Lucia” is probably best known for including one of opera’s most affecting “mad” scenes, as Lucia, played in this production by soprano Sylvia Lee, succumbs to the family mechanizations that have ruined her. The production is directed by Ming Luke. Details: Sept. 10-25; California Theater, San Jose; $56-$176; 408-437-4450, www.operasj.org..
3 Guangdong National Orchestra of China: In celebration of the Chinese Moon Festival (also known as the Mid-Autumn Festival) this acclaimed orchestra that performs with traditional Chinese instruments performs Sept. 9-10 at San Francisco’s Palace of Fine Arts baby ballet flats. The Sept. 9 program includes a collection of classic Chinese works; The Sept. 10 performance is centerpieced by “Silk Road Melody,” a new work by Zhao Jiping, a member of Yo-Yo Ma’s Silk Road Ensemble who’s known for scoring such films as “Farewell, My Concubine” and “Red Sorghum.” Details: Performances at 7:30 p.m.; $25-$60; palaceoffinearts.org..
4 Brian Copeland’s “Lighten Up II”: Last year, Copeland, the popular actor, comedian and writer sold out the Castro Valley Center for the Arts with a show spotlighting some of the Bay Area’s top comics. He’ll be back at the venue again Sept. 10 to host “Lighten Up II,” featuring comedians Johnny Steele, Chicago Steve Barkley, Don Reed, Natasha Muse and more. Details: 7 p.m.; Castro Valley High School; $25-$35; www.briancopeland.com. 5 Point Richmond Summer Music Festival: The free concert series continues Sept. 9 with performances by Oakland singer Aireene Espiritu and her band The Itch, which tackles American roots music ranging from bluegrass to R&B to gospel, and Richmond alt-country band Michael Van and the Movers baby ballet flats. The concert also features arts and crafts, kids’ activities and plenty to eat and drink. Details: Aireene and the Itch play 5:30-6:30 p.m., Michael Van and the Movers, 6:45-7:45 p.m.; Park Place and Washington Avenue, Point Richmond; free; www.pointrichmondmusic.org..