We see the same couples in sharp spotlights moving and yet entrapped by the 18 black-clad chorus members, whose entwining arms and hands seem like tentacles that embody both external and internal forces, from tree limbs to doubts and fears. The chorus, in other word, gives stunning shape to the shadows, and the 18 young performers were almost flawless in their deft timing and articulation. Such layered communication defines “Luminous Edge.” Wherever the stage is awash in light, the darkness at its edge is as strong and meaningful. Whenever the dance sweeps, its line is also broken and fragmentary. And wherever it depicts loss and death, as in one of the poignant vignettes where dancers are embraced, then lowered gently to the ground like victims of plague or war, it does so with abiding tenderness and care. Even death becomes exquisite.
FEELING GOOD ABOUT THE BLUES: It’s Blues Week in San Jose, leading up to the 36th annual Fountain Blues Festival at Plaza de Cesar Chavez on Saturday, The bluesy lineup is headlined by guitarist and Rock ‘N’ Roll Hall of Fame inductee Elvin Bishop, but there will be good bridal low heel ballet flats shoes in ivory leather and satin ribbons, wedding shoes flats, elehandmade shoes, scarpe sposa, bra music all day long from Bettye LaVette, Fillmore Slim, Aki Kumar and Maxx Cabello, Jr, Tickets are available for $20 ($75 for VIP seats) at www.fountainblues.com, Of course, if you can’t wait, you can also hear the blues at Poor House Bistro on Autumn Street on the evenings leading up to the festival, with Chef Ramon’s Blues Jam on Thursday night and Jerry Miller of Moby Grape fame and his band on Friday night..
PBS is pairing the film with an encore presentation of an “American Masters” profile of another Bay Area culinary icon. “Alice Waters and Her Delicious Revolution” will air immediately afterward at 10 p.m. BUSTING SOME MOVES: The Posse Dance Company, a team of seven girls from San Jose’s Nor Cal Dance Arts, will compete on the premiere episode of Jennifer Lopez’s new TV talent show, “World of Dance” (10 p.m. May 30, NBC). Coached and choreographed by Tawnya Kuzia, the company is comprised of dancers from San Jose, Cupertino and Fremont between 10 and 15 years old. The members are: Sydney Centeno, Jadyn Hernandez, Priscilla Tom, Kina Siu, Jana Tsai, Emily Joe and Janette Solorzano.
The two women did Barre3’s “28 to Great” online program together, The 28-day program is a workout and nutrition plan designed to be used at home, where a countertop or sofa back can substitute for a ballet barre, “Only a week or two into it, I was totally hooked,” Wilson says, “I’ve done lots of bridal low heel ballet flats shoes in ivory leather and satin ribbons, wedding shoes flats, elehandmade shoes, scarpe sposa, bra workouts before, and this one was totally effective.”, While Orange Theory was just opening for business late in May, Barre3-Willow Glen opened April 21 and offered free classes through April 27..
Besides using lab gear to make multicolored bacteria — no poop involved — there’s also a BioTinkering Lab where you can make structures and shapes out of wood particles and mycelium, the vegetative part of a mushroom fungus. These could be the building blocks of the future. “The world is really just starting to tap into the amazing potential of mycelium for manufacturing,” said Anja Scholze, a biotech experience designer at the Tech. The centerpiece is a massive, curved screen displaying images of virtual “creatures” that can be programmed to behave in certain ways and interact with others in a digital world. Imagine “Minecraft” in a biological world.
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