American Conservatory Theater. “4000 Miles,” by Amy Herzog. (Replaces previously announced production of “A Streetcar Named Desire.”) Jan.17-Feb. 10. Geary Theater, 415 Geary St., San Francisco. $20 and up. http://act-sf.org or 415-749-2228. Dragon Productions. “After Ashley.” By Gina Gionfriddo. Directed by Dale Albright. Jan. 25-Feb. 17, 20. First production in the Dragon’s new theater. Dragon Theatre, 2120 Broadway, Redwood City. Featuring Patrick Barresi, Tim Garcia, Sean Gilvary, Meredith Hagedorn, Evan Michael Schumacher, and Caitlyn Tella. $15-$35. 650-493-2006, ext. 4 or www.dragonproductions.net.
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Co-owner Christine Naish Naccarelli, a longtime dancer and board member of the ballet, is pleased to stage the event along with fellow owner, husband and chef Giuseppe Naccarelli. “I have enjoyed performing in the ballet’s yearly production of the ‘Nutcracker,’ which is in its ninth year. I grew up and then studied to be a dancer,” said Naish Naccarelli. “The ‘Nutcracker’ has been a part of my life.” The Naccarellis have two children, who also have performed in “The Nutcracker.”.