But she always came home to Los Gatos–and still does. “I talk to her every day about her property, and we talk about the creek, birds and trees, and that takes her back home in her mind,” niece Marguerite Garth said. Mildred, her niece and daughter will be joined by dozens of other family members and friends for a 100th birthday celebration that will be held this weekend. Her birthday is actually Feb. 22, so the milestone celebration came a bit early. Nancy, however, downplayed her upcoming birthday. “It’s really no different than any other one,” she said. “Birthdays are just a group of memories.”.
“Welcome to Marwen”: Steve Carell portrays an introverted man who finds refuge by creating an imaginative, full-blown world using miniatures, It’s based on the excellent documentary, “Marwencol.”, “Capernaum”: In Nadine Labaki’s wrenching drama, a young Lebanese boy flees his abusive household and then later sues his parents, “Swing Kids”: In this musical, soldiers ballet shoes with arch support at a POW Korean War camp help put on a dance production involving prisoners, “Zero”: A once luckless in love man finds he’s torn between his feelings for two women — one a scientist with cerebral palsy and another who is a pop star, It’s a highly anticipated Bollywood production with dancing and music, of course..
“They’re brilliant musicians and they’re hilarious,” says Mariya Borozina, 33, a violinist with the San Francisco Ballet Orchestra and the San Francisco Opera Orchestra, where she performs with Igudesman’s brother, Leon, also a violinist. “You start watching and you’re glued to the screen for three days.”. The duo “puts humor together with the seriousness of classical music in a way that anyone, old or young, could enjoy,” says Min Keun Park, 17, a cellist and senior at San Jose’s Bellarmine College Preparatory school who will go to the Flint concert. “They make sure through comedy that the music is enjoyable for the 21st century.”.
Dance for a Difference: 3 p.m, April 15, Bankhead Theater, 2400 First St., Livermore, This evening of professional and student performances will include artistry from every corner of dance, from tap and jazz ballet shoes with arch support to ballet and contemporary, $15-$35, www.lvpac.org, An Evening of Illusions: 3 p.m, April 15, Hammer Theatre, 101 Paseo de San Antonio, San Jose, Enjoy the talents of Garry and Janine Carson in this benefit for the San Jose Firefighters’ Burn Foundation and local Elks programs, which features music, magic, comedy and grand illusions, $25, https://bit.ly/2qlgQzG..
“The Book of Mormon”: Off-color musical comedy from the creators of “South Park”; Nov. 26-Jan. 19; Orpheum Theatre, San Francisco; $90-$260; www.shnsf.com. “The Snow Queen”: Based on the Hans Christian Andersen fable; Nov. 27-Dec. 22; San Jose Repertory Theatre; $34-$79; www.sjrep.com. “Snoopy!”: Musical based on the Charles Schulz’ beloved “Peanuts” comics, presented by 42nd Street Moon; Nov. 27-Dec. 15; Eureka Theatre, San Francisco; $25-$75; www. 42ndstmoon.org.
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