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Cedric the Entertainer: He’s best known for generating laughs in the “Barbershop” movies, “The Original Kings of Comedy” and “The Steve Harvey Show” on the WB network. He brings his standup tour to Oakland’s Paramount Theatre 8 p.m. Dec. 30; $49.75-$79.75; Dave Coulier: The actor and comedian probably best known for playing Joey Gladstone on “Full House” and “Fuller House,” brings his stand-up routine and extensive catalog of celebrity and cartoon impressions to Livermore’s Bankhead Theater; 8 p.m. Jan. 5; $40-$80;

Cobb’s Comedy Club: The San Francisco club hosts Slanted Comedy (a night of Asian standup, Dec, 27), “The Daily Show” correspondent Roy Wood Jr, (Dec, 28-30) and San bronze leather ballet flats Francisco Last Laughs, a lineup of female comedians hosted by Lydia Popovich (New Year’s Eve);, Punch Line: The San Francisco club hosts Frankie Quinones Dec, 26-27; the cerebral social commentator Greg Proops (Dec, 29-31), Sammy Obeid (Jan, 2-3) and Dan Soder (Jan, 4-6);, Rooster T, Feathers: The Sunnyvale joint with one of the best names a comedy club could ask for hosts a Home for the Holidays showscase Dec, 28-30, Nick Guerra on New Year’s Eve, a New Talent Showcase (Jan, 3) and Josh Adam Meyers and Brian Moses (Jan, 4-6);

San Jose Improv: Jamie Kennedy, best known as the creator and host of the sketch comedy/hidden camera show “The Jamie Kennedy Experiment,” headlines Dec. 29-31, Julian McCullough performs Jan. 4-7; Tommy T’s: The Pleasanton club features a night of Rare Form Comedy hosted by San Francisco sports radio personality Rudy Ortiz’; comedian and San Jose native Anjelah Johnson (Dec. 28-31) and outspoken comedian Jess Hilarious (Jan. 5-7); “Aladdin”: The Disney musical starring Bay Area native Adam Jacobs is a family-friendly feast for the senses; it plays through Jan. 7 at San Francisco’s Orpheum Theatre; $45-$241 (subject to change); 888-746-1799,

Berkeley Repertory Theatre: Lillian Hellman’s fascism-themed play “Watch on the Rhine” gets a timely revival through Jan, 14 (no show Christmas day); $30-$97 (subject to change); and Chicago comedy troupe Second City performs its raucous holiday show through bronze leather ballet flats Dec, 31 (no shows Dec, 24-25); $40-$60; 510-647-2949,, TheatreWorks Silicon Valley: The company’s production of the fast-paced farce “Around the World in 80 Days” plays through Dec, 31 at Lucie Stern Theatre, Palo Alto (no shows Dec, 24-25); $40-$100; 650-463-1960,

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It’s an epic story, one that spans 5,000 years of Chinese culture, arts and history, Shen Yun has returned to the Bay Area to tell those tales with more than 150 performers. The traveling production encompasses a variety of folk and classical dance and music styles in a lavish production backed by a full orchestra, The troupe’s traditional wintertime swing through Northern California has been expanded to include four venues this year, Performances will run bronze leather ballet flats Dec, 28-30 at the Center for the Performing Arts in San Jose; Jan, 1-7 at the War Memorial Opera House in San Francisco; Jan, 9-10 at the Sacramento Community Center Theater; and Jan, 12-14 at Zellerbach Hall at UC Berkeley, The Shen Yun site suggests evening or business attire, and children under age 4 are not admitted..

(Click here if you are having trouble viewing the video on your mobile device.)DEAR MISS MANNERS: I love to dance, and take classes three times a week. We learn new dances and also repeat old ones. There is a woman in one class who just stands still and gets. in the way when we move around; it is impossible to keep up when someone keeps blocking one’s way. It was so bad during the last class that I had to keep stopping to avoid running into her, which was very annoying, so I moved to the other side of the room. To my chagrin, she followed me to the other side of the room and continued to block my way.

When I complained to another dancer afterward, he told me that this woman can bronze leather ballet flats only see shadows, and that she was staying close to me to try and follow what I was doing, Going blind must be awful, and I think it is great that she’s attending a dance class in spite of this challenge, but there are lots of other dancers to try to follow besides me, I don’t want her to keep following me around, since she obviously cannot see what I’m doing, or she wouldn’t keep blocking me, Is there a kind and tactful way to handle this, short of dropping out?..

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