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Arts & Entertainment - August 31, 2018

Looking forward to fall

Autumn arts highlights: theater, music, museums and more

by Karla Kane

Say goodbye to summer and get ready to welcome autumn with some help from our handy round-up of fall-arts highlights. In the theater world, the Midpeninsula will be home to Tony-winning musicals, adaptations of classics and modern quirky dramas. In visual arts and museums, patrons can view exhibitions focused on parenthood, rare photographs by a master, a student-designed exhibit about local history and even take a hands-on role in building a temporary environmental installation. Music venues from Redwood City to Mountain View will host both big-name concerts and indie gems. And, as usual, Stanford University proves to be a hotspot for art and culture of all kinds. Read on for a guide to the plays, concerts, exhibitions, lectures and other artsy events that we're most looking forward to this September, October and November. These are some of our top picks but of course there's always more to come. For continuing coverage, check PaloAltoOnline.com/arts, subscribe to our Weekend Express email (sign up at PaloAltoOnline.com/express) and peruse and/or submit event listings at PaloAltoOnline.com/calendar.

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Arts & Entertainment Editor Karla Kane can be emailed at kkane@paweekly.com.

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