BERKELEY ARTS FESTIVAL PRESENTS ‘LOVE’
‘Love’ is a two-act musical for soprano and baritone. This is a mostly sung “boomer” tale of love, sex, drugs, families, careers, divorce, loneliness and middle age. Book, music and lyrics by Richard Jennings, additional lyrics by Ted Newman. Music director and pianist, Rona Siddiqui; directorial consultant, Ellen Sebastian Chang. Featuring Eula Janeen Wyatt and Gregory Marks. Sunday, 7:30 p.m., $10, Fidelity Bank Building 2323 Shattuck Ave. For more information, 665-9493 or www.berkeley artsfestival.com
BRECHT / EISLER ANTI-WAR SONG CYCLE
The dynamic duo, Jerry Kuderna (piano) and Nora Lennox Martin (vocals), will preside over a program of Hanns Eisler’s cycle of 18 songs on poems by Bertolt Brecht at 8 p.m. today (Friday). $10. Fidelity Bank Building, 2323 Shattuck Ave. 665-9496. www.berkeleyartsfestival.com
‘NOISY PEOPLE’ MUSIC FILM DOCUMENTARY
A fun and noise-filled documentary on the artists and musicians of the Bay Area’s improvisational music community at 8.p.m. Saturday. $5-$10. 2323 Shattuck Ave. www.berkeleyarts festival.com
MAMMOTH GARAGE SALE AT PT. RICHMOND
The annual extravaganza, which benefits the Masquers Playhouse, features more than 100 locations in Richmond’s most charming historic neighborhood. Maps, coffee and donuts are available from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m, in front of the theater at 105 Park Place in Point Richmond, across from the town square.