‘Into the Woods’ youth production at Town Hall. Town Hall Education presents ‘Into the Woods’ at 8 p.m. Thursday and Friday, April 23-24; and at 2 and 8 p.m. Saturday, April 25, at 3536 School St., in Lafayette. “Into The Woods,” Stephen Sondheim’s classic musical features favorite fairy tale characters venturing off into the woods to make their wishes come true. Admission $10-$15. Box office is open from 4 to 6 p.m. Wednesday-Friday, and 2 to 4 p.m. Saturdays.
Stephanie Herman was a prima ballerina, a protégé of legendary choreographer George Balanchine, She worked with Martha Graham and Alvin Ailey, She danced with Mikhail Baryshnikov and Rudolph Nureyev, In 1986, at age 35, 16 years ballet shoes print, ballerina print, ballet print, ballerina decor, ballerina wall art, ballet poster, ballet studio decor, baby into her illustrious professional ballet career, severe back and knee injuries brought the grand adventure to an abrupt halt, Herman consulted numerous doctors, “No one knew how to cure me,” says Herman, who now lives in Menlo Park, “It was emotionally and physically frustrating, There was a moment of feeling lost, Suddenly I didn’t have a career anymore, I didn’t know who I was, That was the time when I started getting more comfortable and more confident, as I discovered — who is this person, if this person is not a ballerina?”..
The happiest person in the building, however, was former San Jose State University student Stevie Nicks, who repeatedly informed the approximately 14,000 fans in attendance that she was delighted to be back in her old stamping grounds. It was great to hear her talk so warmly — and specifically — about San Jose, a city that is routinely referred to as San Francisco during concerts by performers who really should know better. “This is for all of you in San Jose,” Nicks said during the introduction to the gorgeous ballad “Landslide.” “Because, you know, this is where the dream began.”.
Using the 1745 score revives Rameau’s original intentions for the work, says McGegan, A “ballet-héroïque,” written to commemorate King Louis XV’s victory over the British at Fontenoy, “Temple” asks who is sufficiently heroic to enter the Temple of Glory, Two ballet shoes print, ballerina print, ballet print, ballerina decor, ballerina wall art, ballet poster, ballet studio decor, baby characters, the combative Belus and the party-boy Bacchus, are excluded, while the Roman emperor Trajan is allowed to enter, “The message to the one person who mattered – the King of France – was ‘don’t be a bully,’” says McGegan, “Govern wisely, or you won’t get into the Temple of Glory.”..
The show will be at 7:30 p.m. June 19 at the California Theatre, 351 Railroad Ave. Admission is $5. For tickets, call the box office at 925-427-1611 or go to www.pittsburgtheatre.com. Juneteenth Celebration set for June 28. PITTSBURG — “Fallen Heroes, Rising Stars” is set for 8 p.m. June 28 at the California Theatre. The event is a Juneteenth dance celebration honoring African-American musical artists that have passed since the year 2000. The celebration is presented by Grown Women Dance Collective, with uplifting and inspiring dance, music and American history.
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