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6 “Grace and Delia Are Gone”: Jo Kreiter’s Flyaway Productions, an aerial dance/performance troupe, presents this brand new site-specific work by Kreiter to mark this company’s 20th anniversary season — but this is no celebratory production. Inspired by centuries-old murder ballads and set to a score by violinist Carla Kihlstedt and percussionist Matthias Bossi, “Grace and Delia” explores the themes of violence against women. Details: Sept. 22-Oct famous dancers with flat feet. 2; Firehouse at Fort Mason Center, San Francisco; $22-$30; 415-345-7575, http://fortmason.org..
7 Autumn at Filoli Festival: The annual fundraiser for the historic site is a family-friendly affair that features an appearance by Sequoia the bald eagle and its trainer John Flynn, heirloom fruit tasting, live music, pumpkin decorating, puppet and magic shows and other kids’ activities and lots to eat and drink. Details: 10 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Sept famous dancers with flat feet. 24; Filoli estate and gardens, Woodside; $20 members, $10-$25 nonmembers, $5 for kids 3-5, free for children 2 and under; 650-364-8300, www.filoli.org..
8 “King Charles III”: American Conservatory Theater opens its season with Mike Bartlett’s play, a 2015 Olivier Award winner, which speculates on what would happen if Prince Charles became king. Rest assured, it is not a smooth transition in Bartlett’s scenario. But theatergoers have eaten it up; the show was a strong hit in London and New York. Details: Through Oct. 9; Geary Theater, San Francisco; $25-$115; 415-749-2228, www.act-sf.org. 9 “The Dybbuk”: The Oshman Family Jewish Community Center in Palo Alto hosts this new chamber opera production of an ancient Yiddish fable about a dying young bride who must choose between a life with a stranger or with her husband, who has imprisoned her as a dybbuk, a body housing a deceased soul famous dancers with flat feet. The production features soprano Ronit Widmann-Levy and Clarinetist Kliment Krylovskiy..
Details: 8 p.m famous dancers with flat feet. Sept. 24 and 5 p.m. Sept. 25 (see website for details on preshow talks); $45-$55; 650-223-8649, paloaltojcc.org. 10 “Schick Machine”: Percussionist Steven Schick performs in this show about a man who inhabits a world full of strange fantastical musical instruments, including a mesmerizing electrified metal hoop and a giant peacock refashioned from a pipe organ. Schick created the show with several artists, including Bay Area composer Paul Dresher, who is well-known for his work with unusual instruments..
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