Don't miss this hysterically funny New York hit, praised by critics as a “deftly zany absurdist comedy” (New York Magazine) that is “dark, sweet and thoroughly engaging... surprisingly touching” (The New York Times). Claire wakes every day with no memory and is led through a ‘memory book’ and back into her life by nervous husband Richard and problem son Kenny. But the strange limping, lisping man hiding under her bed has a different story for Claire about her amnesia. Hold on tight as the plot twists and turns in the rapidly unfolding funhouse mirror world of Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning playwright David Lindsay-Abaire (Rabbit Hole, Good People). Directed by Ryan Rilette. At Marin Theatre Company (397 Miller Ave.) 8 p.m. Tickets,$32-53; $20 under 30; $15 rush.
Start your Saturday with vibrant renditions of vintage and contemporary children's classics. Fun for the whole family! Meet in the Children’s Room at the (375 Throckmorton Ave,)11-11:30 a.m. Free.
It's spring, and that means it's time to get rid of all that brush that grew in the winter and get ready for fire season. Chipper Day for Homestead residents takes place Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Homestead Valley Community Center at 315 Montford Avenue. No cuttings will be accepted at any other time. No bags can be accepted. Dry and green brush cuttings and tree limbs up to five inches in diameter can be chipped on Chipper Day free of charge. Berries, grass, poison oak and ivy vines need to go in your green cans or be picked up by the by appointment.
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