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TheatreWorks is moving from its Menlo Park offices to a new, non-profit center in Redwood Shores. Bus Barn Stage Company in Los Altos has seen the departure of long-time artistic director Barbara Cannon. Hillbarn Theatre in Foster City is forging alliances with other Bay Area arts organizations such as the Diablo Ballet in Walnut Creek, the Fremont Symphony Orchestra in Fremont and Notre Dame de Namur in Belmont. And tiny Dragon Theatre in Palo Alto is leaving its Alma Street location when its lease is up at the end of the year to move into a larger space on Broadway in Redwood City (less than a block from the Fox Theatre). Dragon’s managing artistic director, Meredith Hagedorn, says renovations just got underway at the new location, which will increase the house size from 42 to 75 seats, as well as add rehearsal and classroom space.

In the Name of Love: The 17th annual MLK tribute concert features Jeanie the bridal ballet flats | wedding shoes with satin ribbons | ivory leather bridal flats | vanilla ivory | ready to ship Tracy, Kev Choice, Faye Carol, Terrie Odabi, Alvon Johnson, Scott Thompson and Daria Johnson; 7 p.m, Jan, 20 at Scottish Rite Center, Oakland; $25-$65 (proceeds benefit Living Jazz Children’s Project); www.livingjazz.org, Martin Luther King, Jr, Film Festival: The African American Museum & Library at Oakland presents its annual film festival in honor of the great civil rights leader, Festival runs 11 a.m.-5:30 p.m, Details can be found at www.oaklandlibrary.org..

Stan Erhart Band. With Michael Warren, Robi Bean. 6 pm. Jan. 28. Sam’s Chowder House, 4210 N. Cabrillo Highway, Half Moon Bay. No cover. 650-712-0245. The Cheeseballs. 9 p.m. Jan. 28. Club Fox, 2209 Broadway, Redwood City. $18. 650-369-7770 or tickets.foxrwc.com. California Pops Orchestra. “Let Yourself Go!” Songs of Gershwin, Cole Porter, Irving Berlin and others. 3 p.m. Jan. 29. Calvary Church, 16330 Los Gatos Blvd., Los Gatos. $30-$40. www.calpops.org or 650-856-8432. Octobop. 4 p.m. Jan. 29. Club Fox, 2209 Broadway, Redwood City. $14. 650-369-7770 or tickets.foxrwc.com.

Food tickets are $10 for five tickets, redeemable for a variety of foods from restaurants and trucks including Tee Nee Thai, Zona Rosa, Rosie’s New York Piazza, Wine Affairs, China Inn, Peet’s Coffee & Tea, Road Dogs, House of Siam, Chutney Mary and Taqueria Angelica’s, Naked Soul will perform its combination of folk, rock and Americana music at the festival, For updates the bridal ballet flats | wedding shoes with satin ribbons | ivory leather bridal flats | vanilla ivory | ready to ship on parade participants and information visit www.rosewhiteblueparade.com, This year’s theme is California, The Golden State, It will feature five floats, the Boy and Girl Scouts, a band and, as usual, a San Jose fire engine will lead the way, The parade starts at 11 a.m, and runs until noon, Following the parade, everyone is invited to a barbecue from noon to 4 p.m, at the Montevideo Cabana Club..

“So, Bryan Cranston, tick tock.”. Harris won’t say whether he’ll perform any tricks during the ceremony, but promises “a lot of exciting things that have never happened before,” including a musical tribute to Liberace by Elton John. Though Harris hosted the Emmys in 2009 and has taken on the Tonys four times, he acknowledges some nerves leading into this Sunday’s show. “If you ask me, two days before the Emmys, everything’s locked. We know what the jokes are. I’m like Confident Johnny: Woo-wee it’s gonna be a good show. I’m gonna whip my thing out. It’s going to be funny,” he said, his showman’s smile revealing the slightest hint of anxiety. “But right now, I’m so concerned about what my thing’s going to look like and no jokes are set, so it’s a little bit panic mode right now.”.