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Details: 8 p.m. 6 and 13, 7 p.m. Feb. 7 and 14; $22-25; 7 BOOKER T. JONES: The musician and songwriter is a giant in American music history, leading Booker T. and the MGs’s and working with everyone from Willie Nelson to John Lee Hooker to Bob Dylan to the Roots and the East Bay’s own Rancid. And no wonder, his riffs on the B3 organ alone are works of magic. On Feb. 6, he comes to Yoshi’s in Oakland for two concerts showcasing his 2013 album “Sound the Alarm,” backed by session musicians from that recording.

Details: 7:30 and 9:30 p.m.; $32-$65; 510-238-9200,, 8 DANCING WITH THE STARS LIVE!: The professional cast dancers on ABC’s beloved show are now stars in their right, and it’s the pros — Valentin Chmerkovskiy, Sharna Burgess, Artem Chigvintsev, Keo Motsepe, Peta Murgatroyd, Emma Slater and Lindsay Arnold — who are hitting the road on this tour, which ballet shoes turquoise wall art - art - printable watercolor - modern minimalist poster - printable sign - digital print stops at San Jose’s Center for Performing Arts on Feb, 9, Details: 7:30 p.m.; $52.50-$72.50; 408-792-4111,

9 MARTHA & MONICA — OUT OF THE BOX FESTIVAL: Cellist Monica Scott and pianist Hadley McCarroll (the Martha in the equation) are known to Bay Area fans for their superlative playing and devotion to presenting new music. On Feb. 6, they kick off a three-concert series at Z Space in San Francisco that is aimed at a “deeper sense of acoustical awareness,” featuring new and commissioned works by Matt Ingalls, Matthew Goodheart, Chris Burns and Monica Scott herself. Details: 8 p.m. Feb. 6, 3:30 and 7 p.m. Feb. 7; ticket options from single performances to all three, $15-$50;

10 “NUFONIA MUST FALL”: Kid Koala, a Montreal-based turntablist, music producer and graphic novel author, brings to Stanford University on Feb, 4 this multimedia show adapted from his graphic novel of the same name about a headphones-wearing robot who’s in love with ballet shoes turquoise wall art - art - printable watercolor - modern minimalist poster - printable sign - digital print an office drone, The show unfolds via live filming on miniature stages and featuring a cast of puppets, with live music delivered by Koala and the Afiara Quartet, Details: 7:30 p.m.; Bing Concert Hall; the show is listed as sold out, but go to the website to sign up for the waiting list;

Among these was “The Little Mermaid,” which opened on Broadway in 2008 and is now being performed — obviously on a somewhat smaller scale — by Pleasanton’s Pacific Coast Repertory Theatre. Like most Disney movies, the 1989 movie itself was an adaptation, in this case of the fairy tale of the same name by Hans Christian Andersen that’s very, very grim by comparison. Doug Wright, the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright of “I Am My Own Wife,” adapted the screenplay by Ron Clements and John Musker for the stage. In addition to the movie’s memorable songs by composer Alan Menken and lyricist Howard Ashman (who died in 1991), the stage musical features a bunch of new songs by Menken with lyrics by Glenn Slater.

The new tunes are in a variety of styles but generally fit in well with the familiar screen songs, The fiendish octopus-tentacled sorceress Ursula has a sinister cabaret number (“Daddy’s Little Angel”), the mermaid’s sisters do ballet shoes turquoise wall art - art - printable watercolor - modern minimalist poster - printable sign - digital print a retro-’60s girl-group ditty (“She’s in Love”), and the seagull Scuttle (an amiably goofy Burton Thomas) does a vaudeville-style novelty tune (“Positoovity”), And of course there are a lot of romantic ballads and laments, too, which are also generally pleasant..

The plot is somewhat simplified to make room for all the extra songs, which sometimes make the whole thing seem rushed, but the basics are the same. The mermaid Ariel (sunny, exuberant Catherine Williamson) is fascinated with the surface world, despite the dire warnings of her father, King Triton (a stern Noel Anthony). She falls in love with a dashing prince (charming, sweet-voiced Nathaniel Rothrock), and the wicked Ursula (Allison F. Rich, with a deliciously villainous leer) gives Ariel land legs in exchange for her voice — the voice the prince fell in love with — and demands Ariel’s soul if she can’t get a true love’s kiss from the prince within three days. Of course complications ensue, but not so many as you might think.

The supporting cast is generally strong, including Ariel’s six sisters, her boyish chum Flounder (12-year-old J.D, Cerruti), Ursula’s eel henchmen (Liz Marsh and Vinh Nguyen), the prince’s posh guardian (Matthew Kelly) and an outrageously flamboyant French chef with a taste for seafood (Matt Busbee), To have a white actor play the crab Sebastian, a ballet shoes turquoise wall art - art - printable watercolor - modern minimalist poster - printable sign - digital print role originated by African-American performers both on film and on Broadway, presents an interesting conundrum, because the character has a thick Jamaican accent that’s written into his calypso-style songs, Perhaps wisely, Scott Maraj downplays the accent as a faint lilt, and in fact, his Sebastian is understated all around, The frustrated and fretful crustacean courtier tasked with keeping Ariel out of trouble here becomes generally glum and listless, barely livening up for his big song-and-dance numbers..

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