Here we are in the second part of Week 2 on “Dancing With the Stars.” It’s incredible that the power that be made the new celebs, most of whom don’t have dance experience, learn two full dances in the second week of the season. It should have been called the Week of Torture. To the credit of the celebs and their partners, they all danced very well for Week 2, and head judge Len Goodman made that point near the end of the show, standing to give them, their professional partners and production crews loud applause.
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Dance-Along Nutcracker: You can strut your stuff with the performers in the silly “Nutcrackers of the Caribbean”; Dec. 9-10; Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco; $18-$30; sflgfb.townalive.com. San Francisco Ballet: Presents Helgi Tomasson’s adaptation is one of the most heralded “Nutcrackers” in the country; Dec. 13-30; War Memorial Opera House, San Francisco; $25-$445; 415-865-2000, www.sfballet.org. “The Hard Nut”: This acclaimed “Nutcracker” parody is presented by Mark Morris Dance Group; presented by Cal Performances; Dec. 15-24; Zellerbach Hall, UC Berkeley; $40-$135; 510-642-9988, calperformances.org.
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Fans certainly get their money’s worth at a Pink concert. The pop superstar basically hits the crowd with everything she’s got, and then some, for roughly two hours. There’s pyrotechnics, aerial stunts, dance routines, hit songs, catchy banter and, yes, one giant, inflatable Eminem (more on him later). It’s no wonder Pink has remained such a popular concert attraction during her lengthy solo career, which took flight with the release of the debut album “Can’t Take Me Home” in 2000. She is all about exceeding expectations, pleasing the fans and delivering an equally encompassing and entertaining concert experience.
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