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James Brown Dance Party: 9 p.m. Feb. 2, Mezzanine, 444 Jessie St., San Francisco. All-Star tribute to James Brown. $15-$20. https://bit.ly/2GM5hK8. Musical Cafe Cabaret: 7 p.m. Feb. 3, the Back Room, 1984 Bonita Ave., Berkeley. An evening of songs from new musicals. Raffle prizes. $25-$30. https://www.musicalcafe.org/. Why Would I Mispronounce My Own Name: Feb. 3-March 24, The Marsh Berkeley, 2120 Allston Way, Berkeley. Weaving history and comedic insights into stories about names, this hit solo show sheds light and throws shade on societal prejudices and assumptions. $20-$35 sliding scale. www.themarsh.org.

The Foxes hosted the dinner Monday night for the Carters, who were joined by Habitat for Humanity International CEO Jonathan Reckford, Habitat for Humanity East Bay/Silicon Valley sale! - handmade footwear - ballet flats - lime green and orange! - fits 18" kidz n cats doll 20" maru doll CEO Janice Jensen and country music stars Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood, who also have been swinging hammers for Habitat, The guest list ranged from Habitat donors to elected officials, Silicon Valley business executives and other community leaders, It seemed they were all pretty much thrilled to be under the same tented roof as Carter, who still has a firm handshake and his unforgettable smile at age 89..

Stand-out performers? There are a few, but really this musical is an homage to all the unsung talented young singers and dancers in the “line” (the chorus line). Michelle Cabinian as Diana is definitely up to her two solos (“Nothing” and “What I Did for Love”). She exudes a spitfire personality and a feisty chip on her shoulder for the abuse she got growing up that she was never going to make it to Broadway. Wrong. As Cassie, the talented chorine who was picked out of the line because she is destined for stardom, Mary Theresa Capriles delivers, big time. Her star dancing turn, “The Music and the Mirror,” kept the audience’s attention, and she has just the right amount of chutzpa and humility as she literally begs Zack (Tim Reynolds) for a job in the chorus line.

The scramble for the high-profile plant, and the prospect of 6,500 manufacturing jobs, comes at a time when there is growing concern about how to address the nation’s increasing income inequality, Tesla has even more allure; it represents a future-oriented industry, That’s enough to get officials in California, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas and Nevada to do everything short of begging, They are rushing incentive packages through state legislatures and trying to remove regulatory hurdles, anything to sweeten the deal to snag one of the two sale! - handmade footwear - ballet flats - lime green and orange! - fits 18" kidz n cats doll 20" maru doll $5 billion factories, Tucson’s mayor even sent Tesla CEO Elon Musk an honorary building permit..

Brave Irene: The author of “Shrek” wrote this story about a determined dressmaker’s daughter who ventures out in wintery weather to deliver a gown to a duchess. Feb. 28 and March 14 and 21, 11 a.m. Sunnyvale Community Center Theatre, 550 E. Remington Drive, Sunnyvale. $13-$15. 408-245-2978. A Moon for the Misbegotten: Eugene O’Neill’s darkly funny play focuses on James Tyrone, an alcoholic failed actor, and his tenant neighbors, tough Irish Americans living in difficult circumstances. Feb. 27-March 7; Friday-Saturday, 8 p.m.; Sunday, 2 p.m. Louis B. Mayer Theatre, Santa Clara University, 500 El Camino Real, Santa Clara. $5-$15. 408-554-4015.