On Stage

Support local theatre at Theatre Palisades’ production of Arthur Miller’s “The Price,” which runs through Feb. 18. Nominated for two Tony awards in 1968, “The Price” explores the humanity of two brothers who meet after many years to dispose of their dead parents’ property. Their confrontation leads them to examine the events and qualities of their very different lives and the price that each of them has had to pay. Directed by Toni Torrisi and produced by Martha Hunter and Sherman Wayne, “The Price,” plays Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m., and Sundays at 2 p.m. Tickets: $18-$20.

Theatre Palisades includes five major productions with a run of 18 performances per production. TPYouth produces two shows a year by children for a total of 13 performances a year. Theatre Palisades offers all events at reasonable prices. TheatrePalisades.com

Student Art Exhibit

Come meet student artists in Grades K-12, Saturday, Feb. 10, at the 2018 Student Art Exhibit in Malibu. An artist’s reception from 12-2 p.m. features live poetry readings and art demonstrations. Gallery hours are from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Students will be displaying arts in all mediums, from paintings to sculptures in this non-judged art show. MalibuCity.org

Music for Lovers

Kick off the month of love with music to your ears at Theatre Palisades Concert, Valentines of Many Lands, on Feb. 3, at 2 p.m. National tour soloist Andy Rawn, Basso, and a UCLA Virtuoso student trombone player will perform classic love songs in new renditions. Songs include “I Could Have Danced All Night” by Lerner & Loewe, “Always” by Berlin (sing-along), “Torna A Surriento” by De Curtis, “True Love” by Porter (sing-along), “I’ll Tell My Ma” and more. One lucky patron will walk away with a new apple iPhone X from the concert gift drawing following intermission. $29. Reservations required: 310.459.2326.

Now Screening

The 33rd Santa Barbara International Film Festival showcases films, tributes and symposiums through Feb. 10. Featuring 200+ of the best independent and international films, the SBIFF draws some 90,000 attendees. Driven by its mission to engage, enrich and inspire the community through film, the nonprofit arts and education organization operates year-round to make a positive impact utilizing the power of film. Events include Super Silent Sunday, featuring free screenings classic silent films with live musical accompaniment on the Arlington Theatre’s 1928 Wonder Morton Pipe Organ—one of only five still in existence; and the presentation of the 2018 Cinema Vanguard Award on Feb. 1. Willem Dafoe will be honored for his remarkable role in Sean Baker’s “The Florida Project,” an A24 Films release, which opened in October to critical acclaim. For showtimes and more information, visit SBIFF.org.

Wine & Roses

Selected wine from Malibu and Napa Valley are featured in a Valentine’s Day-inspired wine tasting at Nabu Wines just over the hill in Westlake Village. On Feb. 10, for a special price of $20, guests can taste six varieties, including wines from both Napa and Malibu. Guests will also receive a long-stemmed red rose, and enjoy Custom Cupcakes by Sarah. Reservations not required. Nabu Wines is located at 2649 Townsgate Rd, #200, in Westlake Village. NabuWines.com