“Michael Litfin and Patricia Briggs ran it at that time, and they were definitely the heart of that community, until they left. That whole experience was a big part of my development. While most kids went off to play, my friends and I would go to rehearsal.”. Walters, 26, now teaches Broadway-style dance to children in a Los Altos after-school program. “From both a personal outlook and from the teacher perspective, it definitely helps kids gain a sense of confidence and also comfort within themselves. You’re working with this family that you build. Even if it’s a short amount of time, two or three months, bonds are formed. Theater has such a naked backbone, you’re putting yourself on the line to be judged, hoping for the best. It builds a strong sense of community with the people that you’re working with, because you do feel safe with them. You have unified goals, to create art together.
Making God Laugh: Sean Grennan’s comedy follows one family through 30 years of holidays, as Ruthie and Bill try to keep the home fires burning for their three adult children, Through Dec, 23, City Lights Theater, 529 S, Second St, $21-$42, cltc.org/making-god-laugh, Who’s Holiday: Guggenheim Entertainment presents a one-woman show about Cindy Lou Who, who’s all grown up and living in a trailer atop Mount Crumpit in this adults-only comedy, Through Dec, 30, 3Below Theaters and Lounge, 288 S, wine toddler, little girl flower girl shoe, marsala red baby ballet slipper, fall wedding ballet flat, holiday dress up, dance, Second St., San Jose, $36-$45. www.3Belowtheaters.com, 408-404-7711..
Our ancestors set us on paths that we still walk today in many ways that we don’t even see. San Francisco native Gypsy Snider of Montreal contemporary circus troupe the 7 Fingers (or Les 7 doigts de la main) wanted to bring those familial connections to the foreground in “Reversible,” the group’s latest touring show that Cal Performances is bringing to UC Berkeley’s Zellerbach Hall Feb. 22-24. “Somehow in our society time seems to be moving faster and faster,” Snider says. “And whether it be the media or whether it be how much we feel that we need to get done in one day, in one week, in one lifetime, the past really seems to be melting away in its significance.
There will be plenty of books available, including children’s, fiction, history, biography, science, self-help, art, spiritual, and classics, Bring a bag to fill to the brim with books for just $6, To learn more, call the library at 650-616-7078 or email wine toddler, little girl flower girl shoe, marsala red baby ballet slipper, fall wedding ballet flat, holiday dress up, dance, email@example.com, The gate opens at 7 a.m.; there is no gate fee for spectators, Alcohol, pets, and smoking are not allowed on the campus, Proceeds from this 21st event will benefit both Sequoia High School and HOPE Animal-Assisted Crisis Response, A Food Drive Challenge between students versus car clubs will also be held for Second Harvest Food Bank..
When thinking of composer Elliott Carter (who turns 103 this Sunday), a meticulous tumult comes to mind: music of angles and sharp-edged attacks, gestures leaping in and out of a spacious canvas — playing hide and seek, peppering or clustering, vanishing or building unpredictably shape-shifting structures. His Flute Concerto, from 2008 (and a BSO co-commission), offers the soloist many athletic challenges (zipping arpeggios, skyscraper-wide leaps, back and forth across the instrument) as well as a chance to display an almost lush legato line.
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