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Women’s Exchange Festival: The Peninsula Women’s Chorus collaborates with local high school choirs for this inter-generational concert. Following featured programs by each choir, the evening will conclude with a combined 200-voice performance of Conrad Susa’s “Carols and Lullabies.” Nov. 6, 6 p.m. McAfee Center, Saratoga High School, 20300 Herriman Ave., Saratoga. Free. pwcho rus.org, 650-327-3095. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde: An adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s Victorian horror classic. Nov. 22-23, 29-30, 8 p.m.; Nov. 24 and Dec. 1 at 2 p.m. Special midnight show Nov. 29. West Valley College Main Stage, 14000 Fruitvale Ave., Saratoga. $10 students/seniors; $12 general. 408-741-2058.

Susan Brissenden-Smith, a founding member of the Skyline College President’s Council that started more than 10 personalized dance frame, ballet frame, ballerina picture frame, i love dance frame, gift for dancer years ago, was chosen to receive the Community award, She has provided leadership as chairwoman of both the President’s Council and the Breakfast Committee, Brissenden-Smith demonstrates her support of the college’s mission, vision, and values by her successful fundraising for the President’s Innovation Fund, which allows the faculty and staff to “Dream Out Loud.”..

WowWee, the MiPosaur’s parent company, also showed off its REV battle cars. For $100 you can get a pair of race cars controlled by a smartphone or tablet app. Players use the cars to chase and shoot at each other. Lights and sounds signal a hit. Those who can’t find a partner can choose a computerized bad guy to play against. Ozobot aims to do just that. By drawing lines in various colors, kids as young as 7 can tell the pingpong-ball-sized robot to do things like go forward, backward or spin around.

Usually, it’s the performances inside the Hammer Theatre Center that draw a crowd, but this weekend all the action will be taking place outside the downtown San Jose venue, Oakland-based aerial dance troupe Bandaloop will bounce around the blue box theater, originally built for the the now defunct San Jose Rep, with their show “The Sky is Not the Limit,” as part of the Hammer Theatre Plaza Celebration personalized dance frame, ballet frame, ballerina picture frame, i love dance frame, gift for dancer Friday and Saturday nights, New York’s Bridgman/Packer Dance will provide a show much closer to the ground with “Truck,” a performance piece with movement and video that takes place inside a 17-foot box truck set up on the plaza at Paseo de San Antonio..

Last October, Blackbird initiated a residency program for young artists, both men and women, that gave them monthly gigs at the restaurant. The venture was successful from the get-go. Esparza next approached the lone female band leader, jazz vocalist Jackie Gage, with a nebulous wish to put together a program that would have a decidedly femme vibe. The plan was to highlight women with all kinds of expertise, from deejays and poets to visual artists and, of course, musicians. The result is Fatale, a series of themed music shows at the Blackbird that will take place every Wednesday night starting March 19. The events’ intent is to foster “talent, quality, community exchange and deliciousness.” Also on the docket are occasional “big shows,” with many more artists, vendors and any surprises that might fit the concept. If all goes as envisioned, co-planners Gage and musician Nehal Abuelata hope to add fashion, film, dance and more to the mix.