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The character has stuck with Wilmurt ever since she played Olga in “Yes Yes to Moscow,” a devised piece with longtime partner Mark Jackson ten years ago. “Mark and I went to Germany, and we made this piece with a couple of German artists,” Wilmurt recalls. “It was as if the sisters made it to Moscow, but right before they entered they were in some kind of holding pattern where they just couldn’t take the final step. It was like a dance theater piece. We did it at the San Francisco International Arts Festival in 2008, too. And the character kind of stuck with me. I thought I want to do more with her.”.

For more information, call 925-295-1417 or go to www.bedfordgallery.org, Campo’s ‘Les Miz’ through March 2, Campolindo High School’s Spring 2015 production, “Les women's slippers- gray ballet flat- merino wool felt- handmade in italy- grosgrain ribbon & bow- size eu 38 Misérables, School Edition,” the timeless musical about love, redemption and hope, runs March 12-22, with performances at 7:30 p.m, Thursday through Saturday, and Sunday matinees at 2:30 p.m, Directed by David Pinkham, “Les Misérables” is his 12th production as Campolindo stage director in an association with the school’s Performing Arts program, It involves a cast of 140 actors, including 40 local children, an orchestra of more than 20 musicians and an enormous crew take the stage in this unforgettable story of heartbreak, passion, and the resilience of the human spirit, that has become one of the most celebrated musicals in theatrical history, Mark Roberts, the school’s full-time director of choral activities since 2011, is the show’s producer and musical director..

Rasmussen is a member of the peer helping club, journalism club and Interact. Mercado was the flute section leader in the marching band and the first chair flute player in the symphonic band. He will continue to study music in college, but he won’t be joining the Stanford band. He’s especially interested in a cappella voice and dance. He wants to learn more ballroom dances. He also runs long distances — one and two miles — for the Terra Nova track team. He will run at Stanford on the club track and cross-country team.

Then she led by example, making the most of her roughly two hours onstage, The result was likely the best Perry show to date in the Bay Area, Of course, that’s not saying all that much, Filling seats has never been a problem for this pop vocalist, who rocketed to fame in 2008 with the single “I Kissed a Girl” and never looked back, But the issues would manifest once she took women's slippers- gray ballet flat- merino wool felt- handmade in italy- grosgrain ribbon & bow- size eu 38 the stage, There were some definite holes in her California Dreams Tour in 2011-12, in regard to both concept and execution, And she was still a work in progress during her inaugural Hello Katy Tour in 2009..

Website: https://pinegrove.bandcamp.com/. Bay Area show: 7 p.m. March 31; Social Hall SF, San Francisco; $16; http://www.socialhallsf.com/. Listen to: “Aphasia,” “New Friends”. The skinny: Evan Stephens Hall is the essence of this New Jersey quartet. He writes smart, evocative lyrics, delivers them in a distinctive and appealing voice — and rips up on lead guitar as well. The indie-rock songs are as cohesive and well thought through as the lyrics. The themes have seen the band labeled emo, but the new album “Cardinal” shows a more mature Hall, broadening his focus. Hall is not reinventing the wheel; he uses a familiar and effective rock palette. But it’s well-executed and full of heart-filling chord changes and vocal harmonies. The band follows its multiple Austin shows with a tour opening for a somewhat similar band called Into It. Over It, so concertgoers can get two SXSW stars for the price of one.


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