Top Tickets: May 30-June 5
This week in the East Bay is full of laughs, wine, and the arts.
Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown
5/30–6/22 The Town Hall Theater in Lafayette presents the stage musical adaptation of Pedro Almodóvar’s comedic film about love from the female perspective, set in ’80s Madrid. townhalltheatre.com.
5/31 The veteran comedian and regular panelist on NPR’s Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me! takes the stage at Walnut Creek’s Lesher Center for the Arts for a night of laugh-out-loud stand-up. lesherartscenter.org.
The Pygmalion Effect
5/31–6/2 Acclaimed choreographer Boris Eifman’s new ballet, based on the Greek myth of a sculptor falling in love with a human figure, comes to Zellerbach Hall in Berkeley. calperformances.org.
Multiple Local Wine Events
6/1–6/2, 6/2 Sip vino, nosh on international foods, and enjoy live music at the Walnut Creek Chamber Art and Wine Festival at Heather Farm Park; then, take your favorite canine to one of the pet-loving wineries of Livermore Valley for more tastings during Wine and Wags. walnut-creek.com, lvwine.org.
6/2 Using life-size puppets, DLUX Puppets takes kids—and parents who never grew up—on a trip to Neverland at Livermore’s Bankhead Theater. lvpac.org.
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