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The Met’s success, in particular, has “opened up a whole world and a revenue stream that hadn’t been there before for all types of other productions,” says Randy Adams, managing director at TheatreWorks in Palo Alto for 20 years and now the New York-based producer of “Memphis,” the Tony-winning Broadway musical. Last year, “Memphis” was broadcast in HD to about 500 theaters, “and the amount of press we received across the country just for doing this was amazing,” says Adams. “It became a big marketing tool,” he says, contributing to the show’s national touring success.

Carly Rae Jepsen smiled as she looked out at the sea of fans stretched out in front of her at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, The smile was returned a thousandfold — maybe 20,000-fold — as people danced to the music on a surprisingly warm late Friday afternoon, “What a beautiful sight!” exclaimed Jepsen, “You have no idea. The most beautiful sight I’ve ever seen is right here.”, That kind of ballet slippers hamilton joy is contagious, And everyone seemed to have come down with it as the 11th annual Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival kicked off Aug, 10 in San Francisco..

Mendelssohn for Mother’s Day: On May 12 and 14 (Mother’s Day), 75 choristers, 12 opera singers and 12 dancers — plus a digital media team — will join the San Jose State University Symphony Orchestra for a creative, only-in-Silicon Valley staging of Mendelssohn’s oratio “Elijah.” Details: 7:30 p.m. May 12, 3 p.m. May 14 ; Hammer Theatre Center, San Jose; $7-$16, www.sjsu.edu/dance.— Linda Zavoral, Staff. Bay Area rising star: South Bay singer-songwriter Shamina has an amazing voice, which she puts to great use on her new EP, “When You Go.” She can croon a big power-pop ballad like “Bring Me My Love” or casually rap out an ode to the Warriors’ Klay Thompson. She’ll be at San Francisco’s historic Hotel Utah on May 12, sharing the bill with fellow Bay Area indie pop/rock acts Jake Rivers, Rove and Beau Wiley and the Lost Coasters. Details: Music starts 9 p.m.; $10; www.hotelutah.com.— Jim Harrington, Staff.

“Rent.” Notre Dame de Namur University’s Department of Music and Vocal Arts, 7:30 p.m, Friday, Saturday; 2 p.m, Sunday, Notre Dame de Namur University, Theatre, 1500 Ralston Ave., Belmont, $10-$20, 650-508-3729 or concerts@ndnu.edu, “Death of a Salesman.” By Arthur Miller, Presented by Pear Avenue Theatre, Through March 20, Pear Avenue Theatre, 1220 Pear Ave., Mountain View, $15-$30, 650-254-1148 or www.thepear.org, “Metamorphosis: Junior Year.” World premiere of play based on the novel by Betsy Franco, Palo Alto Children’s Theatre, 7 p.m, today-Saturday, March 11 and 12; 2 p.m, Saturday and March 12; ballet slippers hamilton 4:30 p.m, March 10, Lucie Stern Theatre, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, $8-$12, 650-463-4930..

Starting at 10 a.m., hiking will include the “Plein Air Paint Out” with The Woodside Plein Air Painting Group. Members will be stationed along the trails painting various scenes of the Djerassi Program’s landscape arranged in partnership with the Arts and Culture Committee of Woodside. A portion of the admission price will go to that committee. Reservations are required and may be made at http://www.djerassi.org/openhouse. Space is limited and early reservations are recommended. No pets are allowed. The Djerassi Resident Artists Program is located at 2325 Bear Gulch Road West, Woodside.