Looking for more fun things to do this fall?
Here's a quick list of events coming to the Central Coast in November.
San Luis Obispo Little Theatre, Oct. 30 through Nov. 15 ($22 to $30)
A chronically shy man pretends he doesn’t speak English in this wildly funny play.
Cohan Center, Cal Poly, Nov. 3 ($28.80 to $56)
Guitarist Paco Peña explores the Spanish art of flamenco in his newest show.
Jeff Daniels and the Ben Daniels Band
Cohan Center, Nov. 4 ($22.40 to $48)
The Emmy Award-winning star of “The Network” picks up his guitar for an evening of acoustic blues songs and entertaining stories.
Best of Doo Wop
Clark Center for the Performing Arts, Nov. 7 ($42 to $54)
Comedian Scott Wood hosts a showcase of hits from the golden age of doo wop, including “Yakety Yak,” “Only You” and “The Great Pretender.”
Fremont Theatre, Nov. 10 ($30)
The Grammy Award-nominated reggae rapper performs stripped-down arrangements of the music that launched his career.
Marian Theatre, PCPA-Pacific Repertory Theatre, Nov. 12 through Dec. 23 (TBA)
The classic fairytale comes to life in this timeless musical by Broadway legends Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein.
Riders in the Sky
Clark Center, Nov. 14 ($36 to $46)
This Grammy-winning group blends wit, humor and Western tunes in the tradition of singing cowboys Gene Autry and Roy Rogers.
Cohan Center, Nov. 16 ($50 to $80)
The legendary folk rocker, known for her songs “Come to My Window” and “I’m The Only One,” stops in San Luis Obispo on her solo acoustic tour
Cohan Center, Nov. 17 and 18 ($45 to $80)
The legendary Irish group celebrates its 20th anniversary with its signature Celtic music and dance.
Great American Melodrama, Nov. 19 through Dec. 31 (TBA)
Combining “A Christmas Carol,” a fractured fairytale opera and the “Holiday Vaudeville Revue,” it’s a Central Coast tradition.
The Kingston Trio
Clark Center, Nov. 20 ($40 to $48)
See the iconic, chart-topping group that helped launched America’s folk revival with the song “Tom Dooley.”
Cohan Center, Nov. 30 ($54 to $90)
Broadway in the 1930s is the focus on this Tony Award-winning musical about show business.
Clark Center for the Performing Arts
487 Fair Oaks Ave., Arroyo Grande
489-9444 or www.clarkcenter.org
Cohan Center, Cal Poly
1 Grand Ave., San Luis Obispo
756-4849 or www.pacslo.org
1025 Monterey St., San Luis Obispo
595-4000 or www.otterproductionsinc.com
Great American Melodrama & Vaudeville
1863 Front St. (Highway 1), Oceano
489-2499 or www.americanmelodrama.com
Marian Theatre, PCPA-Pacific Conservatory Theatre
800 S. College Drive, Santa Maria
922-8313 or www.pcpa.org
San Luis Obispo Little Theatre
888 Morro St., San Luis Obispo
786-2440 or www.slolittletheatre.org