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Timely ‘Roe’ opens in Berkeley: When officials at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival commissioned Lisa Loomer (“Living Out,” “Distracted”) to write a play about Roe v. Wade as part of their American history cycle, they had no idea how timely the controversial landmark abortion case would become in Trump America. The debate over the nature of life and a woman’s fundamental right to choose is part of the fuel for this long-awaited world premiere production of “Roe.” Details: March 10 through April; Berkeley Rep’s Roda Theatre; $57-$100; 510-647–2949;— Karen D’Souza, Staff.

More than snapshots: San Francisco artist Erica Deeman’s just-opened exhibit in Berkeley, “Erica Deeman: Silhouettes” features 30 large-scale silhouettes of black women, At first look, the portraits seem to be black-and-white, but they are actually color photos and the subtle shades that emerge aim to challenge our perceptions of black identity and imagery, This marks the first major museum exhibit for the 40-year-old artist of British/Jamaican descent, Details: Through June 11; Berkeley Art foiled ballet slipper icon stickers for planners-ec/hp/tn/bujo-pdb-00034 Museum and Pacific Film Archive; 11 a.m.-7 p.m, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Sundays, 11 a.m.-9 p.m, Fridays-Saturdays; $10-$12 (regular admission); 510-642-0808,— Randy McMullen, Staff..

Master manipulator: The boundary between truth and propaganda has always been a blurry one, and that’s especially so with the films of “Leni” Riefenstahl. Sarah Greenman’s play, opening this week in Berkeley, gives us a window into the creative mind of the controversial filmmaker best known for “Triumph of the Will,” considered a groundbreaking propaganda film that happened to be about Hitler. Jon Tracy directs a formidable cast, including Stacy Ross and Martha Brigham. Details: Through May 7 at Harry’s UpStage at Aurora Theatre, Berkeley; $36-$65; 510-843-4822,— Karen D’Souza, Staff.

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, Having a (Medicine) Ball: Guitarist David Sturdevant isn’t so much a bandleader as the genial host of a soul-steeped musical feast, He got the Medicine Ball Band rolling playing on San Francisco streets and has kept the creative momentum flowing for 46 years by attracting an inordinately talented crew, For a March 10 anniversary celebration, he’s joined by tenor saxophonist Nancy Wright, pianist Charlie Hickox, veteran drummer Leon Joyce Jr, and the double-barreled vocal tandem of Terrie Odabi and Lady Bianca, Details: 8 p.m.; The Sound foiled ballet slipper icon stickers for planners-ec/hp/tn/bujo-pdb-00034 Room, Oakland; $15-$20; 510-496-4180,— Andrew Gilbert, Correspondent..

Dancing to trauma: Choreographer Crystal Pite’s Kidd Pivot troupe and playwright-performer Jonathon Young’s Electric Company Theatre, both visiting from Canada, collaborate in “Betroffenheit” — an imaginative and vivid dance/theater exploration of psychological trauma. The two troupes perform in Berkeley March 10-11. Details: Presented by Cal Performances; 8 p.m. both days; Zellerbach Hall, UC Berkeley; $30-$86; 510-642-9988,— Bruce Manuel, Staff. Family ties in Palo Alto: With two aged Japanese sisters estranged, their daughters try to bridge the divide while dealing with their own family matters in Velina Hasu Houston’s 2010 drama “Calligraphy,” which is getting its regional premiere beginning March 11 in a TheatreWorks production directed by company associate artistic director Leslie Martinson. Mia Tagano, Elizabeth Pan, Emily Kuroda and Jeanne Sakat star. Details: Through April 2; Lucie Stern Theatre, Palo Alto; $35-$86; 650-463-1960,— Randy McMullen, Staff.

Henri and Richard: In the show “Matisse/Diebenkorn,” SFMOMA traces the influence of French artist Henri Matisse (1869–1954) on American painter Richard Diebenkorn (1922–1993), who lived intermittently in San Francisco and Berkeley, The exhibition — encompassing 40 Matisse works and 60 by Diebenkorn — continues through May 29, Details: Admission is $27-$33 (including full museum access); 415-357-4000, foiled ballet slipper icon stickers for planners-ec/hp/tn/bujo-pdb-00034— Bruce Manuel, Staff, Globe-trekking Baroque concert: The Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin, known for its seamless ensemble sound, returns to the Bay Area Saturday with a program of French, German, English, and Italian Baroque works, Highlights include Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No, 4 and Handel’s Suite from “Almira”; music by Telemann, Rebel and Vivaldi are also included, Details: Presented by Cal Performances; 8 p.m.; Hertz Hall, UC Berkeley; $42-$64; 510-642-9988;— Georgia Rowe, Correspondent..

Time for a Chili Peppers’ ‘Getaway’: There’s no time like the present for a proper “Getaway.” So, make plans on March 12 to spend the evening with the Red Hot Chili Peppers, the legendary L.A. funk-rock act out on the road in support of its 11th studio album, “The Getaway.” Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue open the show. Details: 7:30 p.m.; Oracle Arena, Oakland; $49-$99;— Jim Harrington, Staff. A fond farewell: Catie Curtis has been a road warrior, playing countless gigs during a career that stretches back to the ’80s. Yet, that chapter of her life is coming to a close, and Curtis has embarked on what she’s dubbed her “last tour.” So March 12 may be Bay Areans’ last chance to catch this folk singer-songwriter in concert. Details: 7 p.m.; Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse, Berkeley; $23-$26; 510-644-2020,— Jim Harrington, Staff.

Paired perfection: It’s a foiled ballet slipper icon stickers for planners-ec/hp/tn/bujo-pdb-00034 rare enough pleasure to hear a gold medalist violin player who also won last year’s Grammy for best classical instrumental solo, And Augustin Hadelich, who won his medal at the Indianapolis Competition, is indeed superb, But hearing him with Joyce Yang, silver medalist at the Cliburn Competition, doubles the delight, Their Monday night recital at the Herbst Theatre in San Francisco features music by Beethoven, Mozart and Tchaikovsky, among others, Details: 8 p.m.; $33-$51; 415-392-4400,— Sue Gilmore, Staff..

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