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7 “Mortified”: The nationwide phenomenon returns to the Bay Area. For the uninitiated, “Mortified” is a touring show in which brave souls read/perform accounts of a momentous incident in their life — first kiss, prom, driver’s test, you get the idea — to the heartily voiced approval or disapproval of the (possibly inebriated) audience. The event makes two Bay Area stops this week. Details: 7:30 p.m. Oct. 7 at DNA Lounge, San Francisco; 7:30 p.m. Oct. 8 at New Parish, Oakland; $14-$20; http://getmortified.com.

— Nasir Jones (@Nas) May 30, 2017, Shawn Colvin – The multiple Grammy winner celebrates the 20th anniversary of her folk-rock masterpiece, “A Few Small Repairs,” on Oct, 6 at the Montalvo Arts Center in Saratoga, Details: 8 p.m.; $75, www.montalvoarts.org, — billboard (@billboard) September 19, 2017, Juntos por Puerto Rico custom made wood monogram personalized ballet shoes ornament ballet christmas ornament – A benefit for the victims of Hurricane Maria, featuring Obed Calvaire, Robin Eubanks, David Flores, Jose Roberto Hernandez, Zakir Hussain, Sean Jones, Rebeca Mauleon, Javier Navarrette, Rico Pabon, Pedro Pastrana, Joshua Redman, David Sanchez, John Santos, Jo-Annie Seda, Sarita Shah, Shefali Shah, Marcus Shelby, Saul Sierra, Miguel Zenon and more, Details: 1 p.m.; Oct, 8; Freight and Salvage Coffeehouse, Berkeley; $40-$60, www.thefreight.org..

• Great Russian Nutcracker–Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker has toured America and Canada for the past 19 years, and is the largest Russian ballet tour in North America. The Flint Center presents this high-caliber ballet, which features cutting-edge production values, larger than life puppets, nine hand-painted backdrops with 3-D effects, and hundreds of exquisite costumes. One performance only, Dec. 22 at 3 p.m., Flint Center for the Performing Arts, 21250 Stevens Creek Blvd., Cupertino. Visit flintcenter.com for ticket information.

The Berkeley Kiwanis Club built the Little Farm in 1955, It is home to a wide variety of domestic farm animals including cows, chickens, ducks, goats and pigs, It’s a chance for city kids to learn where their food comes from, Birthday celebrations will include crafts, games and other diversions, No pinning the tail on the donkey, though, The Little Farm is located at the north end of Tilden’s Central Park Drive, accessible via Canon Drive custom made wood monogram personalized ballet shoes ornament ballet christmas ornament from Grizzly Peak Boulevard in Berkeley, For information, call 510-544-2233..

Expect similar innovation and fresh perspectives from the rest of the participating choreographers. They are, in alphabetical order: Leah Bueno, Natasha Carlitz, Peter Cheng, César R. Degollado, Wei-Shan Lai, Vishal Ramani, Sandra Sheuber and Martha Zepeda. Bueno, Zepeda and Cook Beatty are award recipients from previous ChoreoProjects. The honors are given for audience favorite and artistic directors’ choice. “ChoreoProject has gone national in a sense,” says Julia Booker, administrative director for sjDANCEco, which was founded by Gary Masters, who has long been associated with the prestigious Limon Dance Company.