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Maggie, on the other hand, is smitten with Tito, as are most of the women in town, including his wild co-star Diana (Kathryn Zdan) and the normally more staid socialite, Julia Leverett (Monica Cappuccini). And all of these women, as well as a bellhop (Matt Ballin), eventually get a tumble from Tito. But this doesn’t happen until the singer overdoses on tranquilizers, passed out and is thought to be dead by Max and Saunders. Being a plucky type who sees a way to make Maggie hear bells when he kisses her, Max dons Tito’s spare Otello suit and sings the opera in Merelli’s stead. Max does well as his master’s voice until the real Tito wakes up and heads off to the theater in his own Otello costume.

Details: 8 p.m, Dec, 29, 8 and 10 p.m, Dec, 30, 8 and 11 p.m, Dec, 31; Yoshi’s, Oakland; $39-$99; www.yoshis.com, Maceo Parker: Funk fans won’t want to miss this mighty saxophonist, who is celebrating New Year’s Evew at the SFJazz Center for the third consecutive year, Parker is, of course, a first-tier funk legend who has collaborated with such talents as James Brown, George Clinton, Fred Wesley and Prince, R&B/pop vocalist Judith Hill is also on the baby shoes, baby girls shoes, baby ballet flats, mint green ballet flats with green glitter bow and christmas tree bill, Details: 7:30 p.m, Dec, 29-30, 8 and 10:30 p.m, Dec, 31, 7 p.m, Jan, 1; SFJazz Center; $20-$115; www.sfjazz.org..

The 2016 American Music Awards featured a number of pop stars strumming their guitars, Drake making a rare awards show appearance, an emotional speech from Selena Gomez and political moments about President-elect Donald Trump. Related ArticlesGreen Day protests Donald Trump with KKK reference at the American Music AwardsDrake, who has skipped his fair share of awards shows in recent years, was the big winner with four awards and debuted a new commercial for Apple Music. “For our genre, I just like to keep things excited and keep making music. Shout out to everybody that’s trying to do the same thing,” said Drake, who broke Michael Jackson’s record for most AMA nominations after scoring 13 nominations.

Knitting and crochet group: 1:15-4:45 p.m, Feb, 1, Knitters and crocheters of all levels are welcome, Free knitting and crocheting instruction, Some practice yarn provided, but bring your own needles, English Conversation Group: 7-8 p.m, Mondays, Adults can practice their English conversation skills in an informal, friendly and small-group setting, AARP Free Tax baby shoes, baby girls shoes, baby ballet flats, mint green ballet flats with green glitter bow and christmas tree Assistance: 10 a.m.-3:30 p.m, Fridays and Saturdays, Feb, 6-April 11, Free tax assistance by the AARP to low- and middle-income residents, focusing on those 60 and older, Walk-ins OK, but appointments are encouraged and given priority, To make an appointment, call 925-405-5135..

His love affair with the project began with Hansard and Irglová’s gem of a score, which includes the Oscar-winning song “Falling Slowly,” the cathartic “When Your Mind’s Made Up” and the anthemic title song. “Putting this kind of gentle, low-fi music on stage seemed quite crazy,” admits Tiffany, also hailed for a Broadway revival of “The Glass Menagerie” starring Cherry Jones and Zachary Quinto. “I had never heard music like that on stage before. It’s delicate, it’s folk, not rock, and it was very hard not to bash that delicacy to bits.”.