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This Weekend in Mill Valley: March 4-6

Les Miserables leads in a march of impressive performances that have come to town

Parisian political unrest comes to Mill Valley this weekend with performances of , and there are several other performances that are sure to either tickle your funny bone or add some drama to what’s likely to be a rainy weekend.

Take a step back in time to 19th-century Paris with a performance of by the , a division of . Performances of this story of an ex-felon and his adopted daughter during student uprising of 1832 will continue throughout this weekend and next.

First Friday returns to the with the , featuring contemporary artists performing their own scripts to scenes from popular films.

The performs at  on the campus of Tam High. This play by Georges Feydeau is about a turn-of-the-century Parisian who doubts her husband’s fidelity. Continues through Monday.

Earlier in the day, the presents at the . Three local experts will be on hand to discuss health care reform as well as employee motivation and productivity.

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

On Saturday, at 142 Throckmorton will bring three performers who are sure to delight audience members with juggling, innovative puppets and beat-boxing.

Earlier in the day, you can share a gripe – or compliment – at the at , weather permitting.

Plus, you can bring garden excesses to the at and swing by the Public Library for . And the O’Hanlon Center for the Arts’ will host its weekly with Cayen Robertson.

On Sunday, start your day by bringing the kids by the Clubhouse for , featuring two musical performances by popular family entertainer Enzo Garcia.

Plus, you can learn about through a workshop offered by the O’Hanlon Center for the Arts.

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