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Bobby Lee

thursday, nov. 9

Bobby Lee

At 18 years of age Lee moved out of his parents’ home and took jobs in restaurants and coffee shops in the San Diego area, while also attending Palomar College for a brief period. In 1994 the coffee shop for which he was working closed. “I just went next door to get a job,” he said, “which was The Comedy Store in San Diego.”

The American Comedy Company, 818B Sixth Ave. in San Diego, 8 p.m., tickets $22, 619-795-3858, americancomedyco.com

Marsha Starr’s Comedy Hypnosis

friday, nov. 10

Marsha Starr’s Comedy Hypnosis

Marsha Starr, The Hypno Diva, has been delighting, mesmerizing and enthralling audiences all over the country with her laugh-till-you-need-a-second-pair-of-pants comedy hypnosis shows. Marsha brings a fast-paced, action- packed roller coaster ride of unleashed hilarity in a show where the audience members become the stars. Inhibitions get tossed out the window when she morphs her volunteers into famous celebrities, hip-hop dancing sumo wrestlers or trailer park princesses.

Pala Casino Spa Resort, 11154 Hwy. 76 in Pala, 8 p.m., tickets $15, 877-946-7252, palacasino.com/home/

Making God Laugh

saturday, nov. 11

Making God Laugh

The show follows one typical American family over the course of 30 years’ worth of holidays. Starting in 1980, Ruthie and Bill’s grown children – a priest, an aspiring actress, and a former football star – all return home, where we learn of their plans and dreams as they embark on their adult lives. The empty-nester parents contend with their own changes, too, as old family rituals are trotted out and ancient tensions flare up.

PowPAC, Poway’s Community Theatre, 13250 Poway Road in Poway, 8 p.m., tickets $22, 858-679-8085, powpac.org

Fly By Night

sunday, nov. 12

Fly By Night

With a non-traditional, charming and catchy score by Will Connolly and Michael Mitnick, this darkly comic rock-fable, portrays a melancholy sandwich maker’s humdrum life and how it is intersected by two entrancing sisters, weaving into its overlapping love stories a resonating message about how the ‘invisible universe’ connects us all. A sweeping ode to young love set against the backdrop of the northeast blackout of 1965, Fly By Night is an original and enchanting tale about making your way and discovering hope in a world beset by darkness.

Coronado Playhouse, 1835 Strand Way in Coronado, 2 p.m., tickets $23, 619-435-4856, coronadoplayhouse.com

Sueño en otro idioma

monday, nov. 13

I Dream In Another Language (Sueño en otro idioma)

A young linguist travels to a remote jungle in Mexico to research and save a mysterious indigenous language. A language, he discovers, is at the point of disappearing since the last two speakers are former friends engaged in a long-enduring feud. As he tries to rekindle the friendship between the two individuals, he discovers a secret that might eradicate the language forever. Part of TheHola Mexico Tour 2017. Spanish with English subtitles.

Digital Gym Cinema, 2921 El Cajon Blvd. in North Park, 1 p.m., general admission $11, 619-230-1938, digitalgym.org

Robin Henkel

tuesday, nov. 14

Robin Henkel

Three time winner of “Best Blues” at the San Diego Music Awards Robin Henkel performs country blues with an intensity rarely seen in Southern California. Grounded in the blues of Mississippi 1930s-50s, Robin has built his own personal style drawing from the influences of Robert Johnson, Fred McDowell, Muddy Waters, Skip James and others.

House of Blues San Diego, 1055 Fifth Ave. in San Diego, 7 p.m., free, 619-299-2583, houseofblues.com/sandiego

Romeo and Juliet

wednesday, nov. 15

Romeo and Juliet

The Montague and Capulet families are at war. When Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet meet by chance, the two lovers defy their entire world to be together. Acclaimed San Diego director Delicia Turner Sonnenberg’s audacious modern production goes beyond sentimental stereotypes to reveal the raw and powerful love story that ignites an inferno in a dangerously divided community.

Sheryl and Harvey White Theatre, The Old Globe Theatre, 1363 Old Globe Way in Balboa Park, 7 p.m., 619-234-5623, theoldglobe.org

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