For tickets, call 925-373-6800, visit www.livermoreperformingarts.org. Here’s your chance to improve your performance skills and have a fun summer with Pittsburg Community Theatre Summer Workshop Programs. Now in its third year, the workshops have expanded to include “Improv for Actors” (July 11—Aug. 1) for ages 10-18; and “Musical Theater Dance” for children 6-12, with a comprehensive workshop for teens/adults (Aug. 20). PCT will also bring back its popular “Audition Workshops.” The children’s workshop (ages 6-12) takes place July 23, with the teen/adult workshop July 30 and Aug. 6.
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Dragon Theatre: “The Further Adventures of Hedda Gabler.” Through Nov. 19. By Jeff Whitty. Directed by Dale Albright. Featuring Caitlin Papp, Juanita Harris, Damaris Devito, Janine Evans, Josiah Frampton, Troy Johnson, Tyler Pardini and Daniel Zafer-Joyce. Dragon Theatre, 2120 Broadway St., Redwood City. $15-$35; $175 for VIP box (seats four, includes champagne and chocolates). http://www.dragonproductions.net. Foothill Theatre Arts: “It Can’t Happen Here.” Through Nov. 19. By Sinclair Lewis, adapted for the stage by Tony Taccone and Bennett S. Cohen. Directed by Bruce McLeod. Featuring Vic Prosak, Thomas Times, Gwendolyne Wagner, Carla Befera, Henri Boulanger, Daniel Cardenas, John Castillo, Seton Chiang, Kyle Dayrit, Jorge Diaz, Abbey Eklund, Autumn Gonzalez, Jacob Gunter, Richard Horner, Bianca Marconcini, Emma Sazio, Amara Snow-Miller, Alexis Standridge, Austin Valliani and Daniel Warburton. Lohman Theatre,Foothill College Campus, 12345 El Monte Road, Los Altos Hills. $10-$20 (discounts available). http://www.foothill.edu/theatre/ or 650-949-7360.
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That’s how the Gypsy Allstars became part of the 2013 lineup. The group, comprised of family members of the Gipsy Kings (the different spelling is intentional) plus former group drummer Cedric Leonardi will appear Friday evening at the Adobe Blackbird Tavern to perform a fusion of Indian and gypsy music. “Over on the Main Stage, we want to mix it up so there’s something different going on every night,” Rawson says. Kicking off the action Friday night is a dance party with, in order, Afrolicious, Cameo and Lyrics Born presents Continuum: A tribute to James Brown featuring Jazz Mafia. On Saturday the focus switches to R&B and funk–acts include Mingo Fishtrap and the Rebirth Brass Band–while straight-ahead dominates on Sunday; the Yosvany Terry Quartet stars that day. For a complete lineup of this year’s festival, visit http://jazzfest.sanjosejazz.org/2013-lineup.