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favorite characters: Mickey and the Roadster
Racers, Sofia The First, Puppy Dog Pals, Elena
of Avalor, Doc McStuffins, Vampirina, The
Lion Guard and more.Kids of all ages and
their families are invited to get up and
dance and play games. Tickets $35-$55.
City National Civic, 135 W. San Carlos
St., San Jose. 408/792-4111.
My First Ballet: Sleeping Beauty.
May 19-20, times vary. Perfect
for families with toddlers and
preschoolers, this production is
under an hour long, spilling over
with fairies, princes and storybook
magic. Tickets from $15. California
Theatre, 345 S. First St., San
SVAC Life Orchestra Annual Concert
2018. May 20, 3:30 p.m. In
this 19th annual concert, the Mountain
View Center for the Performing Arts
presents a combination of symphonic works
ranging from classical to jazz to contemporary
songs, as well as Chinese compositions. This
symphonic compellation is performed by Life
Orchestra’s young local musicians. Tickets $12.
500 Castro St., Mountain View. 650/903-6300.
Golden State Warriors. National Basketball
Association. Game times vary. Thunder, April
1.; Pelicans, April 7. Ticket prices vary. Oracle
Arena, 7000 Coliseum Way, Oakland.
Oakland Athletics. Major League Baseball.
Los Angeles, April 1; Texas, April 2–5;
Chicago White Sox, April 16-18; Boston,
April 20-22; Baltimore, May 4–6; Houston,
May 7–9; Seattle, May 22–24; Arizona,
May 25-27; Tampa Bay, May 28-31.
Game times vary. Ticket prices vary. O.co
Coliseum, 7000 Coliseum Way, Oakland.
San Jose Sharks. National Hockey League.
Game times vary. Dallas, April 3; Colorado,
April 5; Minnesota, April 7.
Ticket prices vary. SAP Center,
525 W. Santa Clara St.,
San Jose. 408/999-5757.
San Francisco Giants.
Major League Baseball.
Game times vary.
Seattle, April 3-4; Los
Ange les Dodgers ,
April 6–8; Arizona;
April 9-11; Washington
D.C., April 23-25;
Los Angeles Dodgers, April 27-29; San Diego,
April 30-May 2; Cincinnati, May 14–16;
Colorado, May 17–20. Ticket prices vary.
AT&T Park, 24 Willie Mays Plaza, San Francisco.
San Jose Barracuda. American Hockey
League. Game times vary. San Diego, April
4; Stockton, April 7; Bakersfield, April 13;
Ticket prices vary. SAP Center,
525 W. Santa Clara St., San
San Jose Earthquakes.
Major League Soccer.
Game times vary. Houston,
April 14; Portland,
May 5; Washington
D.C., May 19; Ticket
process vary. Avaya Stadium,
1123 Coleman Ave.,
San Jose. 408/506-7700.
The Matter of Photography in the
Americas. Through April 30. Featuring
artists from 12 different countries,
this exhibition presents a
wide range of creative responses to
photography as an artistic medium
and a communicative tool
uniquely suited to modern media
landscapes and globalized economies.
11 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Thursday,
11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Free. Cantor
Arts Center, Lomita Drive at Museum
Way, Stanford. 650/723-4177.
Working Metal in 20th-Century
Sculpture. Through April 30. Metal
sculpture created directly by the artist’s hand
is the focus of a new exhibition by Sydney
Skelton Simon. Featuring small-scale sculptures,
photographs, and sound recordings, this
exhibition explores modes of working with
metal that depart from more traditional casting
methods. Free. Cantor Arts Center, Stanford
University, 328 Lomita Drive, Stanford.
Knotty Lace: Net Filet, Tatting and Mediterranean
Net Laces. Through June 23.
Special occasion linens that date back to the
1800s are on display during this exhibit that
includes a wide variety of patterns and styles.
These special items were adorned with beautiful
lace, ribbons, embroidery and other features.
Open Tuesday through Saturday, 11
a.m. to 4 p.m. Free. The Lace Museum, 552
S. Murphy Ave., Sunnyvale. 408/730-4695.
Jazz Greats: Classic Photographs from the
Bank of America Collection. April 5-June
16. Comprised of 34 photographs from the
1920s through the 1980s, this exhibition features
images of many well-known performers
from the uniquely American art forms of
jazz and modern dance as well as the diverse
audiences who supported and celebrated these
new styles. Free. Saisset Museum, Santa Clara
University, 500 El Camino Real, Santa Clara.
Michael Mazur’s L’Inferno di Dante. April
5-June 16. This show offers a detailed, compelling
visual rendition of Dante’s Inferno through
a series of forty-one etchings and accompanying
text from the original poem. Free. Saisset
Museum, Santa Clara University, 500 El Camino
Real, Santa Clara. 408/554-4528.
The House Imaginary. April 20-Aug. 19.
In this special installation of approximately
45 sculptures, paintings, films, photographs
and works on paper, including objects drawn
from SJMA’s permanent collection as well as
key loans, the house is a lens through which
artists explore memory, identity and belonging
in an increasingly itinerant world. Open
Finding Neverland, April 17–22,
Center for the Performing Arts,
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Juanes: Amarte Tour with Mon
Laferte, May 18, City National
Civic, San Jose