Peninsula Youth Theatre of Silicon Valley presents an adaptation of the Broadway classic set in the fictional town of Anatevka, modeled on a real shtetl in central Ukraine. Through May 15. Various times. Call (650) 988-8798 for tickets.
A mini version of the huge Jewish festival in Poland, presented by Value Culture, Taube Philanthropies, JCCSF, J. and others. Music lineup includes Gili Yalo, Jeremiah Lockwood, Happie Hoffman, Black Sabbath DJ set by Idelson Society and host Kosha Dillz. With a 21-and-over after-party for $10 at the Boom Boom Room.
Opening reception of Jewish photographer Caren Alpert’s exhibit of food photos. The artist uses scientific lab equipment to take extreme closeups. Artist talk at 7 p.m. May 19; exhibit through June 2.
KlezCalifornia presents a concert “to raise money to help the Ukrainian people” with Berkeley-based Veretski Pass, Jubilee Klezmer Ensemble of Petaluma, an S.F.-based Polish dance company, Koliada Ukrainian Folk Choir and a Ukrainian violinist and pianist. Event is sold out. Donations still accepted.