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A reunion with “Grandeur”: Playwright Han Ong returns to San Francisco’s Magic Theatre after 25 years with “Grandeur.” The story of the dance between a legendary musician and an ambitious journalist, this jazzy new drama is directed by Loretta Greco and stars the estimable Carl Lumbly (“Alias,” “Cagney & Lacey”). Details: Through June 25; Building D at Fort Mason complex, San Francisco; $35-$75; 415-441-8822, magictheatre.org.— Karen D’Souza, Staff high heel dance shoes. Honoring a silent film legend: How fitting that the 22nd San Francisco Silent Film Festival kicks off tonight with an enduring classic from one of cinema’s most influential stars — Harold Lloyd. He hilariously fumbles around in “The Freshman,” a kooky tale about an incoming student trying (in vain) to impress others. The festival includes many enticing offerings, including an epic-sized “The Three Musketeers,” which closes out the program June 4 on a swashbuckling note. Details: Opening film is 7 p.m. June 1 at Castro Theatre, San Francisco; festival runs through June 4; screenings $16-$22; schedule, tickets, more information at silentfilm.org.— Randy Myers, Correspondent..
Praise the “Boyz”: Boy-band and girl-group musical revues have become such a fixture in theater that there’s even a spoof. “Altar Boyz,” which debuted in 2005, imagines the final “Raise the Praise” concert by a male Christian vocal group. Full of not-too-nasty humor and some killer dance moves, the show is bring presented by Walnut Creek Center Repertory Company, directed by Keith Pinto. Details: Through July 1; Lesher Center for the Arts, Walnut Creek; $37-$72; 925-943-7469, www.centerrep.org.— Randy McMullen, Staff high heel dance shoes.
Jason times 2: Violinist-mandolinist Jason Anick and pianist Jason Yeager are bringing their quartet to the Bay Area to mark the release of the impressive 2016 album “United” (Inner Circle Music), a project that focuses on their sumptuously lyrical originals (and ringers by Miles Davis, “All Blues,” and George Harrison, “Something”) high heel dance shoes. Featuring bassist Greg Loughman and drummer Mike Connors, the band has gigs in the South Bay and East Bay. Details: 7:30 p.m. June 1 at Savanna Jazz, San Carlos; $15; 415-624-4549, www.savannajazz.com; 8 p.m. June 2 at Piedmont Piano, Oakland; $15-$20; 510-547-8188, www.piedmontpiano.com.— Andrew Gilbert, Staff..
A live ‘Roman Holiday’: Hop on a Vespa for a little impromptu “Roman Holiday.” This new Broadway musical adaptation of the classic 1953 Audrey Hepburn picture, from the producers of “Beautiful,” is trying out in San Francisco before it zooms to the Great White Way. The musical stars Stephanie Styles as Princess Ann and Drew Gehling as the jaded reporter (the Gregory Peck role). Details: Currently in previews, main run is June 6-18; Golden Gate Theatre, San Francisco; $55-$275; 888-746-1799, www.shnsf.com— Karen D’Souza, Staff high heel dance shoes.