A new year beckons with the Bay Area’s typically mind-blowing arts and entertainment options, including the return of “Hamilton,” the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, rock legends on farewell tours, and the return of “Godzilla” to the big screen. Here are some of the things we’re looking forward to in 2019. There are hit musicals, and then there’s “Hamilton.”. Lin-Manuel Miranda’s 2015 Broadway blockbuster was the hottest ticket in town, not just in New York but also in San Francisco last year when a touring production settled into the SHN Orpheum Theatre for nearly five months. Now that SHN is bringing the “Hamilton” back to the Orpheum for an even longer stay, everyone still wants to be in the room where it happens. The show has built an avid following among regular patrons and theater newbies alike, including a whole lot of starry-eyed kids.
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Goldsman didn’t write anything for a while, but when he did, he came back to “Winter’s Tale.” It was “something I loved,” he says. “It was the single most important thing in my life. It became my journey, my hope for meaning behind the randomness of life.”. Goldsman pared the novel down; he jettisoned a major character and concentrated on the lovers. When he took the script back to the studio, it calculated that it would cost around $80 million to make; it would kick in $40 million.
Walnut Creek Concert Band: Holiday show features works by Leonard Bernstein, Manheim Steamroller, and more; 7:30 p.m, Dec, 3; Lesher Center for the Arts, Walnut Creek; $14-$17; www.lesherartscenter.org, San Francisco Girls Chorus: Two holiday concerts — “Noel, Noel,” featuring Mykola Leontovych’s “Carol wedding shoes, white wedding shoes, bridal ballet flats, low wedding shoes, bridal flats, wedding flats, silver flats, ballet fl of the Bells” and other works; 8 p.m, Dec, 6; First Congregational Church, Berkeley; “Hark, the Herald Angels Swing,” with bassist/composer Marcus Shelby and his Trio and featuring audience singalong; 8 p.m, Dec, 22; Davies Symphony Hall; San Francisco; $18-$65; www.cityboxoffice.com..
All to help make a once-in-a-lifetime experience happen that the students will never forget. Not only is the band marching in the London New Year’s parade, but they are one of two school bands from around the world selected to play on a media preview day at Trafalgar Square and one of five bands that will play in the parade finale. “They were excited to begin with but when we finally announced at the first Band Boosters meeting about Trafalgar Square and the finale, every one just erupted in cheers and applause,” Anthony Martinez said.
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