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An Occupy-themed thriller, a star-studded alt-country concert and an homage to a horror schlockmeister top our list of cool stuff to do in the Bay Area. 1 “Temple”: The Occupy London movement in 2011 set up camp outside the city’s famed St. Paul’s Cathedral, beloved survivor of the Blitz in World War II, and set in motion a tense stand-off between city officials and defenders of the 99 percent — with many Londoners caught in the middle, not sure whom to support. Steve Waters’ ever-so-timely new play, a fictional account of the stand-off, gets its U.S. premiere at Berkeley’s Aurora Theatre beginning April 20.

Details: Through May 14; $32-$65; 510-843-4822,, 2 Release the Hounds: This concert coming to Berkeley and Santa Cruz features Irish-American indie-folk singer-songwriter Aoife O’Donovan, best known as the leader of the band Crooked Still, and guitarists Chris Eldridge (of Punch Brothers fame) and Julian Lage, O’Donovan and Lage/Eldridge perform individual sets then come together for a final set described as an “aural hootenanny.”, Details: 7 and 9 p.m, April 21 at Kuumbwa Jazz Center, Santa ballerina slipper banner ballet dancer shoes birthday party photo cake smash photography sign dancer tutu bow dancing dainty mus Cruz; $30-$35;; 8 p.m, April 22 at Freight & Salvage, Berkeley; $25-$30, listed as sold out but contact venue to check for late tickets; 510-644-2020,

Reading this on your phone? Stay up to date on Bay Area and Silicon Valley news with our new, free mobile app. Get it from the Apple app store or the Google Play store. 3 Val Lewton Film Festival: Lewton was a Russian-American author, screenwriter and producer who amassed a string of beloved low-budget horror flicks for the RKO studio through the 1940s. All through April, the Stanford Theatre on University Avenue in Palo Alto is presenting the Val Lewton Film Festival, featuring such gems as “The Body Snatcher” (not to be confused with “The Invasion of the Body Snatchers”), “Isle of the Dead” and “Bedlam.”.

Details: Screenings cost $5-$7; see the schedule at, 4 Ikebana Flower Show: The gorgeous traditional flower arrangements of Bay Area Ikebana master Katsuko Thielke and her students will be on display April 21-23 at the Los Altos History Museum, Prepare to be wowed, ballerina slipper banner ballet dancer shoes birthday party photo cake smash photography sign dancer tutu bow dancing dainty mus Details: Noon to 4 p.m, each day; free;, 5 “A Song to Sing, O!”: Bay Area troupe Lamplighters Music Theatre is best known for delivering first-rate productions of shows by Gilbert and Sullivan, Now they are presenting a new show about the famed light-opera-writing duo, Drawn from correspondences and historical accounts and employing favorite G&S tunes, “Song to Sing,” created by company former artistic director Barbara Herouxtells and music director Baker Peeples, tells the story of the occasionally fiery collaborative history of the two theater legends, It opens this week in San Francisco..

Details: 8 p.m. April 22, 2 p.m. April 23 at Herbst Theatre, San Francisco; 8 p.m. May 4 at Lesher Center for the Arts, Walnut Creek; 3 p.m. May 14 at Menlo-Atherton Center for the Performing Arts; $20-$60; 6 KRTY anniversary concert: South Bay country station KRTY-FM 95.3 is celebrating its 25th anniversary (a noteworthy achievement in the volatile radio world) and will kick off the fun with a concert featuring a couple of singers with Bay Area roots. The headliner is Jon Pardi (a Dixon native), opening acts are singer-songwriter Cam (a Lafayette native) and William Michael Morgan, who is not a Bay Area native but a rising star in country circles.

Details: 7:30 p.m, ballerina slipper banner ballet dancer shoes birthday party photo cake smash photography sign dancer tutu bow dancing dainty mus April 27; City National Civic; $35;,, 7 David Gordon “Live Archiveography”: Famed New York choreographer David Gordon is working on an archival project documenting his five decades in dance, and the project has inspired a live show that Gordon and his Pick Up Performance Co(s) troupe is bringing to San Francisco’s ODC Dance Theater this weekend, Details: 8 p.m, April 20-22; $30-$35;, 8 Four Bitchin’ Babes: This touring troupe that delivers un-PC female-centric song-and-dance comedy shows has been around for 25 years, They’re bringing their latest production, “Hormonal Imbalance v, 2.5” to the Bay Area for two shows..

Details: 7:30 p.m. April 20 at Montalvo Arts Center, Saratoga; $43-$48;; 8 p.m. April 21 at Firehouse Arts Center, Pleasanton; $22.50-$35; 925-931-4848, 9 Dover String Quartet: The Philadelphia foursome has been riding high since capturing the Banff International String Quartet Competition in 2013. Even better, the musicians made a favorable impression at the Music@Menlo Festival two years back, prompting the San Jose Chamber Music Society to book them. The quartet makes its San Jose debut 8 p.m. April 22 at the Trianon Theatre, with a program featuring works by Haydn, Shostakovich and Beethoven.

Details: 8 p,m.; $15-$49;, 10 “Laughing Stock”: Like “Noises Off,” now playing at SF Playhouse, this is a backstage farce by a playwright (Charles Morey) who does not try to hide his deep affection for live theater and the people who are courageous enough to attempt it, Role Players Ensemble is presenting “Stock,” which ballerina slipper banner ballet dancer shoes birthday party photo cake smash photography sign dancer tutu bow dancing dainty mus follows a struggling summer company’s eventful season, Details: Through April 30; Village Theatre, Danville; $20-$28;

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