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Brookline: The Actors’ Shakespeare Project presents Anton Chekhov’s “The Cherry Orchard,” an absurdist comedy of human frailties in an evolving world, through March 9 at the Dane Estate at Pine Manor College, 400 Heath St. $25 to $50. www.actorsshakespeareproject.org.
Brookline: Trio Cleonice, a graduate piano-trio-in-residence at the New England Conservatory, kicks off a monthly chamber music series with “Celebrating the Viola” on Wednesday at 7 p.m. at United Parish in Brookline, 210 Harvard St., near Coolidge Corner. The suggested donation is $15 ($5 students). 617-277-6860, www.triocleonice.com.
Weston: Join acclaimed cellist Emmanuel Feldman and pianist Joy Cline Phinney for an afternoon of music from their recently released CD, “Our American Roots,” featuring works by Gershwin, Barber, George Walker, and Copland, Sunday, 3 p.m., at the Rivers School Conservatory, 333 Winter St. Free. 781-235-6840, www.riversschoolconservatory.org.
Weston: Do you know the names of all our presidents and the order in which they served? Learn this and more by viewing exhibits of stamps honoring past presidents and first ladies, and search through boxes of presidential stamps to make your own collection, Thursday from noon to 4 p.m. at the Spellman Museum of Stamps and Postal History, 235 Wellesley St. $8; seniors $5; children $3. 781-768-8367, www.spellman.org.Event organizers: Submit items at www.boston.com/addevents.