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And the criminally under-appreciated rocker Ted Leo, following a lengthy hiatus, is out with a new album, and he’s headed to Bimbo’s 365 Club on Nov. 4 — details of that and other Bay Area doings are in my Weekend Top 10 column. If it’s Cuban music you crave, Bay Area vocalist extraordinaire Bobi Cespedes brings her latest band to Berkeley’s Freight & Salvage on Nov. 4. Andrew Gilbert has the details here. And the gypsy-jazz-loving guitarist and crooner George Cole (who once tutored Billie Joe Armstrong, before his Green Day days) brings his Nat King Cole tribute to Walnut Creek on Nov. 4. Details are here.

Downtown San Jose, meanwhile, is ready to flip the switch Nov, 3 on its new, eye-popping light/art installation by Rob Jensen and Warren Trezevant (who already made a splash ballet hair bow, ballet princess hair bow, ballerina hair bow, spiked hair bows, hair bow, ballet bear hair bow, pink and purple with the work at Burning Man), Find out more here, Actor/comedian Kate Robards has a interesting take on class consciousness, Well, she has an interesting take on a lot of things, but the haves vs, the have-nots is the subject of her latest comedic solo show, now playing at The Marsh in San Francisco, Find out more here, And at San Francisco’s Magic Theatre, you can catch the world premiere of Barbara Hammond’s exploration of a dilemma that anyone who has cared for an aging parent could relate to, Read Sam Hurwitt’s feature on “The Eva Trilogy” here..

Did you know revered composer Lou Harrison once wrote a Concerto for Pipa? (No, not Princess Kate Middleton’s sister, that’s Pippa). The Pipa is a four-stringed Chinese instrument, and Wu Man, one of the finest pipa players on the planet, will be in San Francisco Nov. 5 with the China National Centre for the Performing Arts Orchestra to perform Harrison’s Concerto for Pipa and String Orchestra, among other works. Classical music writer Georgia Rowe has the details here. Finally, ballet fans have two chances this weekend to catch the famed Russian Grand Ballet’s production of the classic “Swan Lake.” Details are here.

When “Aladdin” flies into San Francisco’s SHN Orpheum Theatre this week, riding that iconic ballet hair bow, ballet princess hair bow, ballerina hair bow, spiked hair bows, hair bow, ballet bear hair bow, pink and purple magic carpet is a Half Moon Bay native who’s played the Middle Eastern folk hero from the very start of the stage musical based on the 1992 Disney film, Starring in the tour is Adam Jacobs, who originated the role of Aladdin in the show’s first out-of-town tryout in Seattle in 2011, He continued to play Aladdin on Broadway from its opening in 2014 until February of this year, when he left to join the touring company..

Having played the role for so long now, Jacobs says he’s enjoying keeping the show fresh on the road working with a new cast. “Aladdin, he’s the kind of character that every actor dreams he could play, in the sense that he’s the hero, he gets the girl,” Jacobs says. “Also, in our version of the show, he’s not just a cartoon character, like he was in the film. We try to give him a little more dimension. We have two and a half hours to create a little more depth, whereas in the movie they only had 90 minutes.  I think of (Aladdin’s) mother, who’s passed away, and I get to sing a beautiful song called ‘Proud of Your Boy.’ That number was originally slated for the film but was cut and we restored it for the musical, and that song is the whole motivation for my character. It’s pretty great that we have the time to tell the story in a more full and exciting way.”.

Growing up in Half Moon Bay, Jacobs started off studying piano at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music from an early age, “My sister was part of a song and dance troupe called Razzle Dazzle, and she asked me if I wanted to join,” he recalls, “I was playing soccer at the time, and ballet hair bow, ballet princess hair bow, ballerina hair bow, spiked hair bows, hair bow, ballet bear hair bow, pink and purple I was like, ‘I don’t know.’ But I was also at that age where I thought the girls were kind of cute, so I said OK and joined that group.”, And he was on his way, “I did some community theater, and then in high school is when I really got the bug and was cast in all the musicals and all the plays, and I had a great teacher who encouraged me to pursue the arts.”..

Jacobs started off working locally in shows such as “Pippin” at Peninsula Center Stage and TheatreWorks’ “Honor Song for Crazy Horse.” At 17 he was cast as Young Harvey in San Francisco Opera’s “Harvey Milk.”. “That was at the Orpheum Theatre,” he says, “so I’m excited to be returning to that same theater with ‘Aladdin,’” he says. “It’s kind of full circle for me.”. While he’s in San Francisco, he’ll also perform a two-person cabaret show at the Venetian Room on Nov. 20 called “Sibling Disobedience” with his younger sister Arielle Jacobs, who was in “Wicked” and “In the Heights” on Broadway and also played Jasmine in the Australian cast of “Aladdin.”.

— Arielle Jacobs (@ArielleJacobs) August 31, 2017, Before “Aladdin,” Adam Jacobs had performed on Broadway as Marius in “Les Miserables,” Sky in “Mamma Mia!” and Simba in “The Lion King,” in all three cases reprising roles that he’d previously played on tour, Actually originating a character in this show was a special experience, he says, “I kind of got spoiled, because I feel like that’s all I want to do now,” he says, “I kind of want to continue to create and work on new works, because you ballet hair bow, ballet princess hair bow, ballerina hair bow, spiked hair bows, hair bow, ballet bear hair bow, pink and purple can craft a role to your strengths and make it your own.”..

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