This Weekend in Mill Valley: Feb. 25-27

There are art performances for every age and style, plus benefits to help out some of our favorite organizations

You haven't left town for ski week? Lucky you! Not only can you catch a unique array of theatre, music and benefits around town, but you won’t run the risk of getting stuck in traffic on the way home and completely miss the Academy Awards.

The weekend kicks off to an early start with at . This seventh-annual event features eight short staged readings of the newest works by the Playwrights’ Lab.

Also that evening, enjoy at the . This performance by Verismo Opera chronicles Verdi’s classic tale of love and revenge.

If you haven’t had a chance to check out ’s production of , there’s still time. This adaptation of the 20th century Anton Chekhov classic has been extended through Sunday.

Also on Friday, pick up some fresh, local produce at the , and check out , through April 21, at the .

Chris Pina, producer and energetic host of , will perform an “indie comedy” show at 142 Throckmorton. And the O’Hanlon Center for the Arts will host its weekly .

This is the last day of the , hosted by the . Plus, you can bring garden excesses to the at and swing by the for .

On Sunday, throw on a black tie and enjoy a party and screening of the at 142 Throckmorton. Enjoy some appetizers and bubbly as you raise funds to benefit the To Celebrate Life Breast Cancer Foundation.

Learn about monoprinting through , a workshop offered by the O’Hanlon Center for the Arts.

Bring the kids to the Public Library for a performance of Marin Theatre Company’s , which follows the adventures of two students as they prepare a school presentation.

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