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1 “Rent”: It’s been 20-plus years since Jonathan Larson adapted “La Boheme” as a rock musical that followed a ramshackle group of young, artsy and poor New Yorkers dealing with drugs, disease, homelessness and love. Larson died suddenly before the play ever opened and one can only imagine how he’d feel seeing his play acknowledged as a game-changer and celebrating its two-decade milestone with a national tour that comes to Broadway San Jose beginning Jan. 23. Details: Eight shows through Jan. 28; San Jose Center for the Performing Arts; $48-$153; broadwaysanjose.com.

10 “NUFONIA MUST FALL”: Kid Koala, a Montreal-based turntablist, music producer and graphic novel author, brings to Stanford University on Feb, 4 this multimedia show adapted from his graphic novel of the same name about a headphones-wearing robot who’s in love with an office drone, The show unfolds via live filming on miniature stages and featuring a cast of puppets, with live music delivered by Koala and the Afiara Quartet, Details: black ballet slippers yuri on ice 7:30 p.m.; Bing Concert Hall; the show is listed as sold out, but go to the website to sign up for the waiting list; https://live.stanford.edu..

Proposition 30 is the state tax measure championed by Gov. Jerry Brown, which voters passed in 2012 to help fund schools. The smaller California Federation of Teachers did not have an estimate of layoffs, but CFT spokesman Fred Glass said, “we’re expecting much fewer.” Its 120,000 members include K-12 teachers as well as community college and UC lecturers and librarians. This year’s pink-slip numbers contrast with about 3,000 teachers who received notices last year and about 20,000 teachers in both 2012 and 2011. The numbers don’t include probationary teachers who are being laid off for performance reasons.

Black History Celebration, Family-friendly fun featuring historical presentations, spoken word and dance, food, face painting, African storytelling and more, 1 p.m, to 6:30 p.m, Feb, 8, Berkeley Community Theatre, 1930 Allston Way, Berkeley, Free, 510-677-9425, Snake Expert Dr, Harry Greene, Dr, Harry Greene, world-renowned snake expert, biologist and author talks about “Snakes black ballet slippers yuri on ice and primates, an 80 million-year-long dialogue — with digressions about late 20th century Museum of Vertebrate Zoology.” Also, tour the museum — not regularly opened to the public — and mingle with local scientists, 3 to 5 p.m, Feb, 8, Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, 3101 Valley Life Sciences Building, Berkeley, Free, mvz.berkeley.edu..

To herald the opening of a new exhibit, “Without a Net,” the San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles will host a free community day of circus-related activities for families. The event will run from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Feb. 18, and feature live music performances, art-making stations (clown hats, masks, hand puppets and more), a “ring of fire” selfie station and a circus concession stand. The Cambodian Cultural Dance Troupe of San Jose will perform at noon and 1 p.m., and attendees can view an exhibit of classic and folk dance costumes from Cambodia.