He most especially enjoyed sharing that passion with and passing along his knowledge to numerous students during his 30-year tenure as an English instructor at Bishop O’Dowd High School. Those students also came to know Lucas for his sense of humor as he began each class with a joke. They quickly became aware of his spiritual side, too, as he recited the Serenity Prayer before each class. A well-rounded man who left a positive imprint on many lives through the years, Lucas died of cancer Jan. 8 at age 67.
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XXtremes Winter Program: Smuin Ballet continues its 20th anniversary season with a lineup featuring Jiří Kylián’s “Return to a Strange Land,” “Dear Miss Cline” and “Carmina Burana.” March 19-23, times vary. Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts, 500 Castro St., Mountain View. $52-$70. 415.556.5000, smuinballet.org. Little Shop of Horrors: Foothill Music Theatre presents the rock musical comedy about a down-and-out floral assistant and his carnivorous plant. Through March 9; Thursday, 7:30 p.m.; Friday-Saturday, 8 p.m.; Sunday, 2 p.m. Lohman Theatre, Foothill College, 12345 El Monte Road, Los Altos Hills. $10-$28; parking $3. foothillmusicals.com, 650-949- 7360.
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In addition to Schade, this season — the series’ 15th — features the Israeli Chamber Project (March 17-19), the Artemis Quartet (April 14-16) and pianist Alexander Gavrylyuk (May 19-21), in San Francisco, Palo Alto and Walnut Creek. Artists appearing only in San Francisco include pianist Angela Hewitt (March 11), violinist Midori (April 22), pianist Yeol Eum Son (May 5) and the Archetti Ensemble, playing Bach’s “Brandenburg” concertos (May 13.). Schade is the first vocal artist on the series, and Levinstein says he’s thrilled to add him to this year’s lineup.