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Act 2 is where the night’s more ridiculous dances live, such as the “Blue Christmas” nod to Elvis, a dance so Jim Carrey-silly it verges on appealing kitsch. A more sophisticated bit of time travel takes shape with Smuin’s “Santa Baby,” which is so redolent of the late ’50s, it could be considered historical pop-art. Erica Felsch, now in her third year with Smuin, is the wonderfully sultry gold digger, her boa stretching the diagonal length of the stage. As the Eartha Kitt recording smokily enumerates the gifts she wants from her Santa (sable coat, convertible, platinum mine), Felsch gets comically buoyed along by a chorus of hapless men in fedoras and black trench coats. (The company sold boas in the lobby during the Lesher Center run, extending the gold-digging sisterhood throughout the Walnut Creek theater.).

Art Silicon Valley/San ballet pump ,satin slipper Francisco, Oct, 10-12, San Mateo County Event Center, Expo Hall, 1346 Saratoga Drive, San Mateo, $15-$40, www.artsvfair.com, Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University, The Anderson Collection: Works by Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, Philip Guston, Ellsworth Kelly, Terry Winters, Sean Scully and Vija Celmins, “Robert Frank in America,” photographs by Frank that shed new light on his legendary work, “The Americans,” through Jan, 5, 11 a.m.-5 p.m, Wednesdays-Sundays; Thursdays till 8 p.m, Cantor Arts Center, Stanford campus, off Palm Drive at Museum Way, 650-723-4177 or museum.stanford.edu..

The Altarena Playhouse now brings the ultimate “overcoming tremendous odds” tale to local audiences with its production of “Side Show,” running Jan. 17 to Feb. 23. With book and lyrics by Bill Russell and music by Henry Krieger, who also wrote the score for “Dreamgirls,” the Depression-era story follows Violet and Daisy Hilton from England to America and to their big Hollywood break. But, what makes this rags-to-riches story so unique is that the sisters are conjoined twins.

The Resistance 500 Task Force proposed to the Berkeley City Council to replace Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples Day, They presented research showing how Columbus sent shiploads of enslaved Indians back to Spain, inventing the transatlantic slave trade, Under his leadership, over a hundred thousand Taino Indians on the island of Hispaniola were killed and the survivors were enslaved in mines and plantations, In October, 1991, the City Council unanimously declared that October 12th be commemorated henceforth in Berkeley as “Day of Solidarity with ballet pump ,satin slipper Indigenous People.”..

Prefer your hauntings in a more refined — or boozy or less zombie-plagued — atmosphere? Here are a few more options. “Harry Potter and the Sorceror’s Stone” in Concert: Symphony Silicon Valley and Choral perform John Williams’ signature score while family-fave film flickers to life on a giant screen during four matinee and evening performances, Oct. 29-30 at the San Jose Center for the Performing Arts. Tickets $45 and up; www.symphonysiliconvalley.org. San Jose Broofest: This Halloween-themed brew fest on Oct. 28-29 is subtitled “A Nightmare on Alma Street.” Sample more than 80 craft brews, enjoy tasty noshes, pose in the photo booth and enjoy other adults-only fun at Municipal Stadium. Tickets $45-$65; http://bit.ly/2dDqhmY.