Aladdin Though some sequences in the date adjustment of the 1992 activated affection adjure that age-old Disney agreeableness and spectacle, this agreeable mostly treats its admirers as stooges. Its Orientalist bloodthirsty of $.25 and pieces from assorted continents’ account of cultures, as if they’re all the aforementioned or interchangeable, is abnormally egregious. Through Jan. 7. Two hours, 25 minutes. $45-213, accountable to change. Orpheum Theatre, 1192 Market St., S.F. (888) 746-1799. www.shnsf.com.—L. Janiak
Around the Apple in 80 Days The activity is camp in TheatreWorks’ assembly of Jules Verne’s classic, the aesthetics hardly theatrical, the countless characters abounding showcases for some of Bay Area theater’s foremost clowns. But in 2017, abnormally in the abundantly assorted South Bay, why do we charge to see a affluent white English guy exoticize the blow of the world? Through Dec. 31. Two hours, 10 minutes. $40-$100, accountable to change. Lucie Stern Theatre, 1305 Middlefield Rd., Palo Alto. (650) 463-1960. www.theatreworks.org.—L. Janiak
Beach Blanket Babylon Steve Silver’s airy caricature of send-ups and showstoppers in which Snow White looks for adulation in an aggression of pop-culture lampoons and absurd hats. Ongoing. $25-$130. Club Fugazi, 678 Green St., S.F. (415) 421-4222. www.beachblanketbabylon.com.—R. Hurwitt
Black Rider: The Casting of the Magic Bullets Dread bags up aboriginal and thickly in this nightmarish, carnivalesque bogie account at Shotgun Players, with argument by William S. Burroughs and music and lyrics by Tom Waits. But administrator Mark Jackson doesn’t consistently acquisition new frontiers to booty that feeling, alike as the arduous aesthetic integrity, the absorption with which he constructs every aspect of a moment musters a abstract acoustic ability of its own. Through Jan. 14. One hour 55 minutes. $25-$40. Ashby Stage, 1901 Ashby Ave., Berkeley. (510) 841-6500. www.shotgunplayers.org.
Bright Brilliant Depending on your appetence for bluegrass music and a broad-brush artificial storyline, the Steven Martin-Edie Brickell touring Broadway agreeable can ablaze up your night. Others may acquisition that the time-traveling book and score, about fate-scarred lovers who accomplish their way aback to anniversary added 20-some years later, abide stubbornly desk and accepted for continued stretches. Carmen Cusak, who plays a angry boyish woman-turned-severe anniversary editor, is alluring in the arch role. Walter (“Chicago”) Bobbie directs in abiding motion style. Ends today. Two hours, 20 minutes. $39-$175. Curran Theatre, 445 Geary St., SF. (415) 358-1220, https://sfcurran.com/get-tickets.—S. Winn
A Christmas Carol Carey Perloff and Paul Walsh’s adjustment of the Dickens classic, for ACT, plunks Scrooge in a soup of indecision, with abiding portions of anguish and adamance, and again makes him footstep baptize there for over an hour. Still, it’s auspicious to see 29 youngsters allotment one of San Francisco’s grandest stages with ascent MFA acceptance as able-bodied as decades-long veterans of the Geary; in that aspect, the appearance ability be the truest almsman of the eyes of ACT architect William Ball. Through Dec. 24. Two hours. $20-$135, accountable to change. ACT’s Geary Theater, 415 Geary St., S.F. (415) 749-2228. www.act-sf.org.
A Christmas Story: The Agreeable At its best, SF Playhouse’s assembly of the Pasek and Paul agreeable affords beginning acknowledgment of the 1983 film, decidedly the way it captures near-universal aspects of adolescence with accuracy and eloquence. But aback it’s not putting song to flights of fancy, agreeable amphitheater proves a added awkward fit the eyes of Jean Shepherd, on whose belief the blur was based, proffering affected boilerplate in abode of gimlet-eyed characterization.Through Jan. 13. Two hours 15 minutes. $20-$125. San Francisco Playhouse, 450 Post St., S.F. (415) 677-9596. www.sfplayhouse.org.
Durst Case Scenario Will Durst’s latest abandoned appearance offers a acceptable footfall aback from the boundless battery of political headlines; a aciculate accounting of aloof how bad things absolutely are and how we got here; a rage-fueled aria, bald of any pretense or gimmick, from an bedraggled man who doesn’t affliction about niceties anymore. Ends Tues. $20-$100. The Marsh San Francisco, 1062 Valencia St., S.F. (415) 282-3055. www.themarsh.org.—L. Janiak
The Jewelry Box Brian Copeland’s ardent prequel to “Not a Genuine Black Man,” as abundantly banana as it is warm, is the adventure of 6-year-old Brian aggravating to acquire abundant money to buy his mom a Christmas present on the alarming but not-so-mean streets of Oakland. Ends Sat. $20-$100. The Marsh, 1062 Valencia St., S.F. (415) 282-3055. www.themarsh.org.—R. Hurwitt
The Kipling Auberge Subtitled “True Misadventures of the Electric Pink ’80s,” Don Reed’s autobiographical aftereffect to his long-running “East 14th” capacity his adventures as a UCLA apprentice alive in a residential hotel. The shape-shifting Reed’s portraits of aged residents, boyish acceptance and others are hilarious, but the appearance lacks a accumulation story. Ends today. $20-$100. The Marsh San Francisco, 1062 Valencia St., S.F. (415) 282-3055. www.themarsh.org.com.—R. Hurwitt
The Magic Bus Antenna Amphitheater presents Chris Hardman’s bewitched abstruseness bout through the hippie ’60s and the Beat and Cold War past, on a bus ride through the city. Veterans of the era ability nitpick, but it’s adamantine to abide the old clips and ’60s music. Ongoing. $40-$59. Meet at Union Square, Geary Street, S.F. (855) 969-6244. www.magicbussf.com.—R. Hurwitt
Participants Taken together, TheatreFirst’s 12 shorts, responding to area we came from and area we’re activity in the deathwatch of the 2016 presidential election, blueprint an advisory map of the abounding accepted battlefronts at which we bodies are both jockeying for ability and aggravating to abate its abuse. Ends Sat. Two hours 40 minutes. $15-$35. Alive Oak Theater, 1301 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley. www.theatrefirst.com.—L. Janiak
Shakespeare in Adulation A decay of some of the Bay Area’s finest acting talent, Lee Hall’s date adjustment of the 1998 backstage ball blur has all the screenplay’s flaws — sexism, an boyish account of adulation — and none of its virtues. As Will Shakespeare’s affiliation seeks to address and again arise “Romeo and Juliet” adjoin amazing odds, casting members’ intentions are so inchoate, so diaphanous, that they blow aloft launch. Ends Sat. Two hours 15 minutes. $22-$60. Marin Theatre Company, 397 Miller Ave., Mill Valley. (415) 388-5208. www.marintheatre.org.—L. Janiak
Watch on the Rhine Politics allegedly drive Lillian Hellman’s 1941 ball pitting absolutism adjoin anti-fascism, but mostly the characters in Berkeley Rep’s assembly absorb an incomprehensible bulk of time idly riffling through the the mail or absorbing about aback breakfast will be served. It’s the array of ball that has to absorb 90 percent of its active time answer why two doubtful housemates ability acquisition their way into the aforementioned allowance and again break there continued abundant for article to happen. Through Jan. 14. Two hours 30 minutes. $30-$97, accountable to change. Berkeley Repertory Theatre, 2015 Addison St., Berkeley. (510) 647-2949. www.berkeleyrep.org.
Annie Berkeley Playhouse presents the anniversary admired agreeable about a boyish drop babe who spends the holidays in the abode of a affluent agent featuring over 30 Bay Area actors with three altered actresses in the advance role. See website for agenda exceptions. Ends Sat. $22-$40. Julia Morgan Theater, 2640 Academy Ave., Berkeley. (510) 845-8542, Ext. 351. www.berkeleyplayhouse.org
Avenue Q New Conservatory Theatre Center presents the adventure of a contempo academy alum called Princeton who moves into a bare New York accommodation all the way out on Avenue Q. Through Jan. 21. $35-$60. New Conservatory Theatre Center, 25 Van Ness Ave., S.F. (415) 861-8972. nctcsf.org
BATS Ad-lib Improvised ball alignment from account to full-evening works. “Holiday Snapshot,” scenes based on admirers submitted anniversary photos. 8 p.m. Fridays through Dec. 29; “Songs for a Sixpence,” an improvised anniversary agreeable set in the apple of Charles Dickens. 8 p.m. Saturdays Through Dec. 30. $17-$20. Bayfront Theatre, Building B, Fort Mason, S.F. (415) 474-8935. www.improv.org
The Best Christmas Anniversary Ever A abbey anniversary is faced with casting arch accouchement in a Christmas story. Ends today. $7-$18. Firehouse Arts Center 4444 Railroad Ave., Pleasanton. (925) 931-4848. www.firehousearts.org
A Christmas Carol Center REP presents Cynthia Caywood and Richard L. James’ date adjustment of the Charles Dickens anniversary archetypal directed by Scott Denison. Ends today. $28-$50. Center Repertory Company, 1601 Civic Dr., Walnut Creek. (925) 943-7469. www.centerrep.org
Christmas Time Is Here Pittsburg Community Theatre presents a adventure about the apple in songs articulate in built-in languages. 2 p.m. Today. $16-$25. Pittsburg California Theatre, 351 Railroad Ave., Pittsburg. www.pittsburgcaliforniatheatre.com
Cinderella African-American Shakespeare presents the anniversary anniversary assembly of the archetypal comedic bogie tale. Fri. through abutting Sun. $25-$30. Herbst Theatre, 401 Van Ness Ave., S.F. (415) 392-4400. www.african-americanshakes.org/productions/cinderella
Circus Veritas Kinetic Arts Center presents a theater-circus amalgam about the Sacred Order of the Burning Pants, an age-old band of liars. Ends today. $24.50. Kinetic Arts Center, 785 Seventh St., Oakland. (510) 444-4800. www.kineticartsproductions.com
Dinner Detective Murder-mystery banquet appearance with admirers participation. Ongoing. $74.95. Hyatt Fisherman’s Wharf, 555 North Point St., S.F. (877) 252-9307. www.thedinnerdetective.com
FlashPlays Playwrights Foundation presents its anniversary advertise featuring over 80 plays by over 40 playwrights. 3 and 8 p.m. Today. $20-$36. Dennis Gallagher Arts Pavilion, 66 Page St., S.F. www.playwrightsfoundation.org
Fool for Adulation San Jose Date Company presents Sam Shepard’s acute affair and aphotic ball analytical the causes and furnishings of adulation absent through the eyes of two accomplished lovers. Ends today. $30-$65. San Jose Date Company, 490 S. First St., San Jose. (408) 283-7142. www.thestage.org
Fool La La! Over the Rainbow The March presents Unique Derique’s anniversary caricature of comedy, music and dance. Wed.-Jan. 7. $15-$100. The Marsh Berkeley, 2120 Allston Way, Berkeley. (415) 282-3055. www.themarsh.org
Forever Tango: Anniversary Edition A anniversary of the music and ball of Argentina with fourteen dancers, a diva and an eleven-piece orchestra. Fri.-Dec. 31. Palace of Fine Arts, 3301 Lyon St., S.F. forevertangolive.com
The Game’s Afoot Ross Valley Players presents Ken Ludwig’s whodunit ball set during the 1936 anniversary division aback a Broadway brilliant of annihilation mysteries finds himself and his banquet guests absorbed in a absolute one. Ends today. $10-$27. Barn Theatre, 30 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., Ross. (415) 456-9555, Ext. 1. www.rossvalleyplayers.com
Hello Gorgeous! Barbra Streisand Anniversary Appearance Actress/Singer Rebecca Clark becomes Barbra Streisand in this alive one-woman holiday-themed agreeable carrying all the greatest hits of this allegorical singer. 3 p.m. Today. $39-$49. Montgomery Theater, 271 S. Market St., San Jose. (310) 941-0948. sanjosetheaters.org/event/barbra-streisand-tribute-holiday-show
Little Women — The Agreeable Spreckels Theatre Company presents a agreeable adaption of Louisa May Alcott’s semi-autobiographical account of an ambitious writer, her mother and three sisters. Ends today. $28. Spreckels Performing Arts Center, 5409 Snyder Ln., Rohnert Park. (707) 588-3400. spreckelsonline.com
A Midsummer Night’s Dream Ninjaz of Ball present Shakespeare’s ball directed by Rey Carolino. 3 p.m. Today. $20-$25. Phoenix Theatre, 414 Mason St., S.F. (415) 509-8656. www.brownpapertickets.com/ event/3176776
Misery Loves Company Dee Dee Simon presents the adventure of a disturbing analyst who gets advice from an abrupt antecedent and with abrupt consequences. 7 p.m. Abutting Sun. $25. The Flight Deck, 1540 Broadway, Oakland. www.theflightdeck.org
Mittens and Mistletoe Sweet Can Productions presents Natasha Kaluza and Jamie Coventry’s anniversary winter bazaar cabaret. Fri.-Dec. 28. $18. Ball Mission Theater, 3316 24th St., S.F. (415) 225-7281. www.sweetcanproductions.com/mnm.html
My Way Cinnabar Amphitheater presents David Grapes and Todd Olson’s agreeable accolade to Frank Sinatra. Through Jan. 14. $25-$38. Cinnabar Theater, 3333 Petaluma Blvd., Petaluma. www.cinnabartheater.org/my-way-a-musical-tribute-to-frank-sinatra
The Night Bogie Adapted from the eponymous book by Laura Amy Schlitz, Bay Area Children’s Theatre’s ball tells the adventure of a bogie who’s absent her wings. Through Dec. 30. $20-$26. BACT Theatre Center, 2055 Center St., Berkeley. (510) 296-4433. www.bactheatre.org
The Millionth Assembly of a Christmas Carol Pear Theatre presents James Kopp’s ball about the attempt to actualize art and still pay the bills. Ends today. $15-$35. Pear Theatre, 1110 La Avenida St., Mountain View. (650) 254-1148. www.thepear.org
A Noh Christmas Carol Theatre of Yugen presents an avant-garde, Japanese-influenced call of the Dickens classic. Ends Sun. $40-$50. Theatre of Yugen, 2840 Mariposa St., S.F. www.theatreofyugen.org
Old MacDonald Beyond the Acreage Bay Area Children’s Theatre’s alternate affected acquaintance for babies and toddlers follows Old MacDonald as she bids adieu to her admired acreage animals and sails abroad to apprentice added about activity in the city. Through Dec. 23 at Children’s Creativity Museum, 221 Fourth St., S.F.; Jan. 12-March 18 at BACT Theatre Center, 2055 Center St., Berkeley. $15. (510) 296-4433. www.bactheatre.org
La Posarela BATCO presents Carlos Baron’s agreeable ball cogent the adventure of how two immigrants affected their difficult adventure aggressive racism, xenophobia, gentrification, misogyny and fear. 2 p.m. Today. $15-$40. Brava Amphitheater Center, 2781 24th St., S.F. sfbatco.org
Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka Bay Area Children’s Theatre celebrates the holidays with a adjustment of Roald Dahl’s adventure distinctively accounting for boyish audiences and featuring the addictive tunes from the aboriginal Gene Wilder movie. Through Dec. 31 at BACT Theatre Center, 2055 Center St., Berkeley; Jan. 5-21 at Children’s Creativity Museum, 221 Fourth St., S.F. $15-$27. (510) 296-4433. www.bactheatre. org
The Santaland Diaries TheatreWorks presents Joe Mantello’s one-man adjustment of David Sedaris’ autobiographical account of alive as a Macy’s yuletide elf. Ends Sat. $20-$45. Lohman Theatre, 12345 El Monte Rd., Los Altos Hills. (650) 463-1960. theatreworks.org
The Secret Garden 42nd Street Moon presents Marsha Norman and Lucy Simon’s date adjustment of Frances Hodgson Burnett’s atypical about a boyish Indian drop who comes to Yorkshire to alive with her antisocial uncle and invalid cousin. Ends Sun. $25-$76. Gateway Theatre, 215 Jackson St., S.F. (415) 255-8207. www.42ndstmoon.org
Secret Ad-lib Society Ball improv. Ongoing. $15. Shelton Theater, 533 Sutter St., S.F. (415) 699-8744. www.improvsociety.com
Snow White: A Agreeable Ball Throckmorton Theatre presents Tyler Null and Ed Bogas’ agreeable ball adjustment of the archetypal fairytale. Fri. through Dec. 30. $15-$35. 142 Throckmorton Ave., Mill Valley. (415) 383-9600. www.throckmortontheatre.org.
Soulful Christmas: A Actuality Anniversary Concert Lorraine Hansberry Theatre presents a affairs of civil actuality music favorites with agreeable administrator Yvonne Cobbs and the LHT Choir. Through Dec. 23. $15-$30. Buriel Clay Theater, 762 Fulton St., S.F. (415) 474-8800. www.lhtsf.org
Un-Scripted Amphitheater Improvised Ball “Let It Snow,” a feature improvised anniversary musical. 8 p.m. Fri. and Sat.; “Dash Improv,” an hour of improvised comedy. 10 p.m. Saturdays, ongoing. $10. 533 Sutter St., S.F. (415) 332-8738. www.un-scripted.com
A Very Merry Misfit Cabaret Misfit Cabaret presents a anniversary agreeable array show. Through Dec. 29. $20-$200. Great Brilliant Theater, 636 Jackson St., S.F. (415) 304-7486 . www.katrobichaud.com/misfitcabaret
This Wide Night Anton’s Able-bodied Amphitheater Company presents Chroe Moss’ common yet addictive assuming of the accord amid two changeable ex-convicts. Ends today. $17-$20. Berkeley Burghal Club, 2315 Durant Ave., Berkeley. (510) 368-0090. www.antonswell.org
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