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Longtime executive director Rebecca Johnson continues to oversee the bustling center’s 100 weekly classes, which serve everyone from toddlers to octogenarians in genres such as modern dance, hip-hop, ballet, jazz, conditioning and creative movement. Randall wants to expand the center’s role as an incubator and presenter of new works. “I’m really focused on professional artists and what we can do to support them,” she says. “I want to focus on working with the companies in residence and partnering with presenters and spaces here and nationally, like Cal Performances and the American Dance Festival.”.

How about a new murder mystery, set in 1870s San Francisco, by Emma Donoghue, whose disturbing 2010 novel “Room” was a tour de force?, How about jazz genius Wayne Shorter settling in for a mini-residency at the SFJazz Center, or a semi-staged concert production of Benjamin Britten’s famed opera “Peter Grimes”?, How about 50% off us size 5/black shoes/velvet shoes/gold shoe/black ballet flats/women shoes/ handmade shoes//royal styled jooties the farewell tour of country legend George Strait? Or the Noise Pop festival’s always-quirky lineup of alt-rock icons and indie-pop up-and-comers..

Cypress String Quartet Salon Series. 3 p.m. Feb. 8. Woman’s Club of Palo Alto, 475 Homer Ave., Palo Alto. $50. 415-500-2150 or www.cypressquartet.com/special-projects/cypress-salon-series. West Bay Opera. Mozart’s “Abduction from the Seraglio.” Feb. 13, 15, 21, 22. Lucie Stern Theatre, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. Featuring Kevin Thompson as Osmin, Nikki Einfeld as Konstanze, Chelsea Hollow as Blonde, Tapan Bhat as Pedrillo and Michael Desnoyers as Belmonte. Sung in German with English titles. Eugene Brancoveanu directs. West Bay Opera orchestra and chorus, Bruce Olstad chorus master. José Luis Moscovich, conductor. $40-75. www.wbopera.org or 650-424-9999.

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While Winfrey was making “The Butler,” she was knee-deep in running OWN: prepping shows, shopping for others and negotiating to bring Tyler Perry in as a producer (a move that’s been a big factor in OWN’s turnaround). But she regrets the balancing act. “The way to do film is to take yourself out of your other life, do it, and then go back to your other life,” Winfrey says. “I almost had a nervous breakdown.”. “I hope something else comes along that will mean as much to me as this does, so that I would take the time and the effort to get it right,” she adds. “It’s work. It’s no plaything.”.