The Clairvoyants, Feb. 28, Montalvo Arts Center, Saratoga; Muse, Mar. 9, Oracle
five continents. Tickets $8-$15. 19700 Prospect
Road Saratoga. 408/257-3333.
Lunar New Year Celebration 2019. Feb. 2, 4
p.m. Celebrate the year of the pig at the Lunar
New Year celebration at Children’s Discovery
Museum of San Jose. Visitors are invited to
revel in the Lion Dance, try calligraphy, learn
the art of paper cutting, play the game of Bau
Cua Ca Cop, and more — all while learning
the cultures and customs of family, friends
and neighbors. Admission $14-$15. Children’s
Discovery Museum of San Jose, 180 Woz Way,
San Jose. 408/298-5437.
Babe the Sheep Pig. Feb. 15, 11:30 a.m.
and 1:30 p.m. and Feb. 16, 11:30 a.m. and 1
p.m. When a tiny piglet arrives at the Hogget
Farm, he is mentored by a wise dog named
Fly who shares the secrets of sheepherding
with the young pig. Babe soon learns that he
has a unique gift for gently herding sheep.
autism/sensory friendly performance on Feb.
16. Tickets $6-$12. Mountain View Center
for the Performing Arts, 500 Castro St.,
Mountain View. 650/903-6000.
Kids Like to Move It Week. Feb. 18-22,
10:30-12:30 p.m.; 1:30-3:30 p.m. All week,
as part of the museum’s strategic commitment
to childhood obesity prevention, kids are
welcome to boogie to a variety of music with
local dance instructors and have fun learning
new techniques and sharpening existing
skills in a variety of activities with local sports
teams. Admission $14-$15. Children’s Discovery
Museum of San Jose, 180 Woz Way, San
PJ Masks Live! Feb. 20, 6 p.m. Catboy, Owlette,
Gekko and the Baddies will delight fans of
all ages with live performances featuring worldclass
production, familiar and original music,
30 South Bay Accent
acrobatics and immersive interactivity. “PJ
Masks Live! Time to Be a Hero,” is a brandnew,
fully immersive musical production. Tickets
$25-$59. City National Civic, 135 West
San Carlos St., San Jose. 408/792-4111.
Aladdin Jr. Feb. 20-24, times vary. Take the
next generation to discover a “whole new
world” with this adaptation of the 1992 Academy
Award-winning film and the 2014 hit
Broadway show. Aladdin, a “diamond in the
rough” street rat, is down on his luck until he
discovers a magic lamp — and the genie with
the power to grant three wishes. Tickets $15-
$20. Montgomery Theatre, 271 S. Market St.,
San Jose. 408/792-4111.
Disney on Ice! Feb. 20-24, times vary. Take
the kids to see Moana’s Disney on Ice debut,
see how far Moana goes on a quest with demigod
Maui to save her island and find her own
identity. Other Disney favorites include
Anna from “Frozen,” Rapunzel and
Bella. Ticket prices vary. SAP
Center, 525 W. Santa Clara
St., San Jose. 408/999-5757.
The Ugly Duckling. Feb.
23, 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. The
Lightwire Theater troupe
brings this classic tale to light
with its unique brand of electroluminescent
titular duckling goes on a journey
to discover the beauty within,
culminating in a heartwarming
lesson about celebrating uniqueness.
Tickets are $28-$35. Oshman
Family JCC-Schultz Cultural
Arts Hall, 3921 Fabian
Way, Palo Alto.
Dragons Love Tacos & Other Stories.
March 4, 10 a.m. Dragons love
all sorts of tacos — except spicy ones.
When a boy throws his new dragon
friends a spicy salsa taco party, redhot
trouble ensues. Take kids in grades
K-5 to enjoy this delicious dragon
tale. Tickets $10.50. Flint Center,
21250 Stevens Creek Blvd., Cupertino.
Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Live:
King for a Day. March 6, 6:30 p.m.
Based on the No. 1 PBS KIDS TV
series, the stage show has delighted
little tigers and grown-ups on stages
across the country. The beloved characters
come alive with new songs to
sing along to, magical moments and
surprise guests along the way. Tickets
$30-$100. San Jose Center for the Performing
Arts, 255 S. Almaden Blvd., San Jose.
The Witches. March 15-24. This faithful
adaptation of Roald Dahl’s quirky, scary tale
pits a young boy against child-hating witches
who are holding a conference at an English
seaside hotel. Unfortunately, the boy is turned
into a mouse, but with the help of his loving
grandmother, he manages to spoil the witches’
evil plot, saving England’s children from suffering
the same fate. Ticket prices vary. Los
Altos Stage Company, 97 Hillview Ave., Los
Hanna and the Moonlit Dress. March 16. 3
p.m. and 5 p.m. This whimsical play tells the
tale of Hanna, who goes out to play, in a new
white dress. In this unique production, the set,
props, costumes, and masks are made of white
paper which children in the audience are invited
to take part in creating during preshow
craft activities. Tickets $28-$35.
Oshman Family JCC-Schultz Cultural
Arts Hall, 3921 Fabian Way,
Palo Alto. 650/223-8649.
The Phantom Tollbooth.
March 30, 3 p.m. and 5 p.m.
This stage adaptation of the
beloved classic by Norton Juster,
uses puppets, masks, magic,
inventive scenic effects, and
original music to
Aziz Ansari, Mar. 24, San Jose
Center for the Performing Arts
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