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A happy chance led the Schladers to the Bay Area theater scene and, in turn, Woodminster musicals. “Cast mates from ‘The Most Happy Fella’ asked us to direct and choreograph a production of ‘The Music Man’ at the Contra Costa Musical Theatre,” said Schlader, who moved with her family to Montclair in 1971. “Through people we met there, we learned that the city of Oakland wanted to replace the producer of the Woodminster shows with someone who had more professional experience. Jim fit the bill, and we officially took over in the spring of 1967 and produced four musicals that summer.”.

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Frost/Nixon: TheatreWorks Silicon Valley presents Peter Morgan’s drama about the clash between the former leader of the free world and a lightweight British talk-show host clash in a legendary series of TV interviews. Through Feb. 10. Center for the Performing Arts, 500 Castro St., Mountain View. $40-$100., 650-463-1960. Shakespeare in Love: Lee Hall’s stage adaption of the Oscar-winning film follows a passionate love affair that inspires Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet.” Through Feb. 3. Lucie Stern Theater, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. $25-$52. 650-329-0891,

The Oshman Family JCC, Nathan Englander, “Dinner at the Center of the Earth,” 8 p.m, Oct, 2, Oshman Family JCC, Schultz Cultural Arts Hall, 3921 Fabian Way, Palo Alto, $12-$30, or 650-223-8678, Zoppé: An Italian Family Circus, Oct, 13 through Oct, 29, Circus Tent, 1455 Madison Ave., Red Morton Park, Redwood City, $10-$26,, Info at, In Conversation with Samantha Bee, 7:30 p.m, Nov, youth - sequin - purple ballet flat dress shoes 10, Memorial Auditorium, 551 Serra Mall, Stanford University, Currently at capacity, For ticket availability:

This popular old chestnut tells of teen heartthrob (Conrad Birdie) who has been drafted into the Army. His manager (Albert Peterson) devises a publicity stunt where Conrad travels to Sweet Apple, Ohio to give his biggest fan Kim “one last kiss” before reporting for duty. Of course, the fan has a boyfriend who isn’t thrilled about this kiss thing, and the manager has a girlfriend (Rose Alvarez) with her own needs. Scenic artist Kelly Tighe obviously had fun incorporating the 1950s into his colorful design, which includes a giant 1950s-era television hovering over the stage in one scene and enormous Shriners’ hats in another. Director/choreographer Christina Lazo stayed true to the youthful tone by casting teens in the roles and giving them athletic, high-energy dance moves.