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On the WASP side of the family, Maureen McVerry is also a comedic treat as the groom’s mother, Georgette, a hard-drinking master of the blithely offensive remark that’s sure to set Judy’s teeth on edge. Richard Frederick is a dryly funny George, Georgette’s golf club toting husband, who’s apparently so uptight that he’s just now learning how to hug his son. Jade Shojaee makes a radiant but amusingly nervous bride as Rebecca, and Nathaniel Rothrock is endearingly awkward as Brian, her goyish fiance who tries way too hard (and way too unsuccessfully) to speak Yiddish. Jeremy Kahn exudes laid-back likeability as Marty, Rebecca’s ex-boyfriend, who takes a misdialed call from Jenny as a sign that he has to try to stop the wedding.

This ballet contains adult subject matter and is intended for mature audiences, The March 13 performance begins at 8 p.m.; the March 14 performance begins at 2 p.m, For single tickets ($54-$73), call the Lesher Center at 925-943-7469, Discounts are available for students, and groups of 10 or more; for info, call 415-912-1899 or visit www.smuinballet.org, Metal sculptures ‘Object’ of Bedford exhibit, “The Object & the Void” at the Bedford vintage ballet shoes wall art . ceramic ballet shoes wall art . dance teacher gift . ballet shoe statue . ballerina decor . vict Gallery at the Lesher Center for the Arts, features four West Coast sculptors whose work reveals how both a sculpture and the void that surrounds it need one another to communicate ideas and concepts..

The film will be screened in the library’s Community Hall, 3491 Mt. Diablo Blvd. in Lafayette. Prior to the screening, Diablo Ballet Artistic Director Lauren Jonas and Diablo Ballet dancer Edward Stegge will present fun facts about the film. A “Pygmalion” story set in the world of high fashion, “Funny Face” (1957) stars Fred Astaire and Audrey Hepburn. The “Dance on Film” series celebrates some of the finest examples of dance captured in popular movies. The series debuted in 2012 to sold-out screenings and enthusiastic audiences.

AQUARIUS (Jan, 20-Feb, 18): It’s time to play ball with your friends, Be generous with your vintage ballet shoes wall art . ceramic ballet shoes wall art . dance teacher gift . ballet shoe statue . ballerina decor . vict food; share your home, opinions and values with others, Strangers won’t remain strange if they get a chance to know more about the “real” you, PISCES (Feb, 19-March 20): It takes two to tango, so find a way to dance the night away, Your romantic interest might be piqued under tonight’s stars, so plan an elegant dinner with your favorite someone, Some slow dancing will burn off the calories..

The song selection was also quite strong, thrilling fans with a nice balance of old favorites and tunes from “Unbreakable,” Jackson’s first studio effort since 2008’s “Discipline.”. The newer songs were among the best of the night. Perhaps that’s because we often only got snippets of the older ones, stitched together in those ill-advised medleys that stars of Jackson’s caliber sometimes feel compelled to utilize. Yet, it also has something to do with the quality of “Unbreakable,” which might be Jackson’s best album since 1993’s “Janet.”.


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