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Disney on Ice’s new power-princess theme, SF Trolley Dances, Travis Scott and a massive hip-hop fest and a Danish king of the waltzes make my Weekend Top 10. 1 Disney on Ice: Disney has been striving to give its leading female characters more of a 21st-century-appropriate sense of strength and empowerment, and this extends to its famed touring ice show, the current edition of which is titled “Dream Big Princess.” You’ll see all the favorites — Ariel, Belle, Cinderella, Rapunzel, Tiana, Jasmine, Aurora and Snow White — in this show, which kicks off a Northern California stint today.

Details: Oct, 19-23 at Oracle Arena, Oakland; Oct, 25-29 at SAP Center, San Jose; Nov, 2-5 at Golden 1 Center, Sacramento; $10-$135; ticketmaster.com, 2 Rolling Loud Festival: The lineup for this hip-hop tour is swollen with A-Listers, including the headliner Travis Scott (known for dating Kylie i live to dance ballet keychain, i live to dance,, charm keychain, ballet shoe charm, gift giving, dance keychain, gift giving, Jenner and delivering wild concerts), and supporting acts Lil Wayne, Schoolboy Q, Lil Uzi Vert, Young Thug and many more, The tour stops at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View this weekend, Win 2 VIP passes to #RollingLoudBay here: https://t.co/YerQhj9Kzj pic.twitter.com/9cBe1nIu3Z..

— Rolling Loud (@RollingLoud) October 4, 2017. Details: 1-11 p.m. Oct. 21, noon to 10 p.m. Oct. 22; $99-$129 single tickets, $199-$349 two-day packages; www.rollingloud.com. 3 “The Liar”: David Ives, best known for his sexually charged play “Venus in Fur,” adapted this Pierre Corneille 17th-century comedy, and the show is getting revivals around the country, a perfect comedic complement to the era of fake news and “alternative facts.” The play centers on a playboy of sorts who can’t help but concoct outrageous fibs about himself. His servant has the opposite issue — he can’t help but tell the truth. Naturally, romantic complications ensue. The show arrives this week at Walnut Creek’s Lesher Center for the Arts.

Details: Presented by Center Repertory Company; in previews Oct, 20-22, main run is Oct, 24-Nov, 18; $34-$56; 925-943-7469, www.centerrep.org, 4 “Voices from the Kitchen”: This story-telling show featuring cooks and other culinary workers is presented by La Cocina, a nonprofit that seeks to help talented folks who don’t i live to dance ballet keychain, i live to dance,, charm keychain, ballet shoe charm, gift giving, dance keychain, gift giving, have a lot of money make it the high-stakes Bay Area foodie world, “Voices” comes to two Bay Area venues this week, Details: 6 p.m, Oct, 19 at Swedish American Hall, San Francisco; 6 p.m, Oct, 20 at San Jose Museum of Art; $50-$55; voicesfromthekitchen.org..

5 Gathering of the Tribes: This concert and arts festival celebrates the milestone and spirit of the 1967 Summer of Love with a full day of Bay Area rock and psychedelic bands, visual arts and more. The event is also billing itself as a remembrance of those lost to the Ghost Ship fire in Oakland. Details: Noon to midnight Oct. 22; Public Works performance/community space, San Francisco; $15; www.gatheringofthetribessf2017.org. 6 “State of Siege”: 20th-century author Albert Camus belongs on a list of those whose works are worth revisiting in these unsettling times. “Siege” is a 1948 play by Camus that centers on a demagogue who exploits fear in a time of plague to seize control of a city. Paris’ famed Theatre de la Ville troupe returns to UC Berkeley this weekend to perform its adaptation of the drama.

Details: Presented by Cal Performances; in French with English subtitles; 8 p.m, Oct, 21, 3 p.m, Oct, 22; Zellerbach Hall, UC Berkeley; $48-$110; 510-642-9988, calperformances.org, 7 “A Brimful of Asha”: Indian-Canadian mother/son team Asha and Ravi Jain wrote and perform this 85-minute stage comedy about an issue that many in the Bay Area can relate to: i live to dance ballet keychain, i live to dance,, charm keychain, ballet shoe charm, gift giving, dance keychain, gift giving, How do you maintain your cultural roots while keeping up with a fast-changing world? The show is playing at Stanford’s Bing Concert Hall Studio through Oct, 22..

Details: Presented by Stanford Live; $15-$45; 650-724-2464, live.stanford.edu. 8 San Francisco Trolley Dances: The annual free public performance spectacle returns this weekend. Along Muni’s famed N-Judah line during Oct. 21-22, performers from such troupes as Chaksam-Pa Tibetan Dance and Opera Company, Embodiment Project, Hope Mohr Dance, and others will perform site-specific short works along the line. Details: Hosted by Epiphany Dance; go to epiphanydance.org to see a schedule of performances and more information.

— Step x Step (@stepxstepdance) September 9, 2017, 9 Lily Cai Dance Company: The acclaimed Bay Area troupe presents classical Chinese dance that is informed by Western modern dance, all wrapped up with ornate theatricality, The company presents four works, including two premieres, in its fall program i live to dance ballet keychain, i live to dance,, charm keychain, ballet shoe charm, gift giving, dance keychain, gift giving, this weekend, Details: 8 p.m, Oct, 21, 3 p.m, Oct, 22; Cowell Theatre at Fort Mason complex, San Francisco; $28-$38; www.lilycaidance.org, 10 Andre Rieu: The 68-year-old Dutch violinist and his 60-piece Johann Strauss Orchestra travel the world, filling amphitheaters with romantic waltzes and delivering their message of love and joy (not filtered through any sense of irony) to thousands and thousands of fans, The global phenomenon lands at San Jose’s SAP Center on Tuesday and Sacramento’s Golden 1 Center on Oct, 25..

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