Get Out: Dance the Night Away with Red Hot Shows and Nightlcubs

Here's a short list of the many things going on in Mountain View this weekend.

Check out what's happening in and around the city during the next couple of days, and don't forget to add your own suggestions in the comments section below.

1. Stamp Collecting Drama at Pear Avenue Theatre

 Mauritius, a play by Theresa Rebeck, is an intelligent and dark-humored play about stamp collecting. Yes, postage stamps! Two half-sisters and other shady characters fight stamps worth more than $1 million. Join in the fun at . Play opens Friday, Nov. 4 and continues until Nov. 20. Tickets: Opening night, $30; General, $25; Students and seniors, between $20 and $15.

2. Theatre Flamenco of San Francisco at CPA

Experience "45 Años de Arte Flamenco" this weekend at the and celebrate Theatre Flamenco’s creative progression and the evolutionary art of flamenco dance. Immerse yourself in the passion of the dance with artistic director Carola Zertuche, Manuel Gutierrez, Juan Siddi and Cristina Hall, and master guitarist José Luis Rodriguez. Shows: Saturday, Nov. 5 at 8 p.m. and Sunday Nov. 6 at 2 p.m. Tickets: $45.

3. Rock en Español at Alberto's

Get up and groove to the latin beats of South Bay rock band "Ruido Azul" this Saturday night in Mountain View's most popular Latin nightclub. But don't worry, you'll still be able to enjoy the merengue, salsa and bachata rhythms that have made a destination for lovers of Latin dance in the region. Tickets: call 650-968-3007 for details.

4. Dancing at Cheryl Burke

Every Friday and Saturday night, dims the lights and opens up its dance floor dancing. Join others for some Cha Cha, Rumba, Swing and other Latin dances after 7:15 p.m. Tickets: $14 with dance classes, $12 after 9 p.m., $10 after 11 p.m. Open until 1 a.m.

5. Bluegrass at Red Rock

Feel like having a lazy Sunday? After the , swing by and clap your hands to the bluegrass duet comprised of Victor Skidanenko and Margaret Green. Free. Time: Noon.


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