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Details: Through Jan. 14; San Francisco Playhouse; $30-$75; 415-677-9596, ballet shoes for toddlers. 3 December People — A Classic Rock Christmas: December People is a recurring outfit of Bay Area musicians who have jammed with Boston, Santana, Sammy Hagar Band and other heavyweights. Every holiday season, they gather to play a benefit show that delivers holiday songs in the style of famous classic rock acts. This year’s show benefits  Downtown Streets Team, a Bay Area nonprofit fighting homelessness..

Details: 8 p.m. Dec. 1; City National Civic, San Jose; $30-$250; 4 “Scrooge in Love”: Ebenezer has already done the redemption thing, now he’s looking to get lucky. That’s more or less the idea behind this musical by Larry Grossman, Kellen Blair and Duane Poole, which takes place a year after the end of “A Christmas Carol” and finds Mr. Scrooge dealing with more ghosts, including Jacob Marley, in his quest to find a long lost love. San Francisco’s 42nd Street Moon is presenting the show that it debuted last year ballet shoes for toddlers.

Details: Dec. 7.-24; Marines’ Memorial Theatre, San Francisco; $15-$75; 5 “Hairspray”: Almost as enjoyable as the R&B-fueled songs in this stage adaptation of the famed John Waters film is the story about a plucky girl fighting for her dream and teaching the straight arrows around her a lesson in acceptance along the way. The show is getting a production by Children’s Musical Theatre of San Jose’s Marquee Productions ballet shoes for toddlers. Details: Dec. 2-11; Montgomery Theater, San Jose; $25-$30;408-288-5437,

6 Petra Haden and Jesse Harris: Haden, the inventive and talented singer known for her collaborations with Bill Frisell (“When You Wish Upon a Star”) and her insane solo re-creation of “The Who Sell Out”, has teamed with guitarist-singer-songwriter Harris on a new album “Seemed Like a Good Idea.” The pair will showcase the release with a series of shows this weekend at SFJazz Center’s  Joe Henderson Lab in San Francisco. Details: 7 and 8:30 p.m. Dec. 3; 5:30 and 7 p.m ballet shoes for toddlers. Dec. 4; $25-$25;

7 “Nutz RE-Mixed”: Tandy Beal, the former artistic director of the Pickle Family Circus, and her company do a wide-ranging riff on the “Nutcracker” story that features dancers, circus artists, Mongolian contortionists and gymnasts and an updated score that takes on a world music sound and includes the terrific a cappella ensemble SoVoSó. But the production is headed into its final weekend. Details: through Dec. 4; Hammer Theatre Center, San Jose; $25-$65; 408-924-8501, ballet shoes for toddlers.

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