South Bay Musical Theatre. “Funny Girl.” Through June 8. Saratoga Civic Theatre, 13777 Fruitvale Ave., Saratoga. $26-$33 (discounts available). www.SouthBayMT.com or 408-266-4734. TheatreWorks. “Wild With Happy.” West Coast premiere of comedy by Colman Domingo. June 5-30. Featuring Domingo, Sharon Washington, Duane Boutté and Richard Prioleau. Follows a struggling actor whose past and present collide when his mother dies and he decides to have her cremated. He takes a road trip with his mother’s ashes. Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts, 500 Castro St., Mountain View. $23-$73. 650-463-1960 or theatreworks.org.
Cruising past what the town calls the world’s largest fiddle, which crowns the community center across the street, we return to the big question: Fiddling or fiddling around? There’s no record of what musical hijinks those blue + green velvet and satin ballet flats, vintage 60s padded slippers slides, size 10 1849 denizens might have been up to, But music is a long and beloved tradition around here, whether you’re joining the annual Fiddlers’ Jam & Street Fair in mid-September, or looking for a little cowboy music on a summery Saturday night, If you’re into old-school, campfire entertainment, head up to Red Mule Ranch, where Tom and Marie Scofield — who just celebrated their 66th wedding anniversary — open the ranch gates on select Saturday nights throughout the summer for Scofield’s Cowboy Campfire events..
Her hard work paid off — Jones attended a music and art high school later known as the School of Performing Arts in Lincoln Center. Next stop: Julliard. Even though Jones performed in the most prestigious concert halls and symphonies of the world, she said that performing in the Juneteenth celebration two years ago after meeting Amos in 2012 and again this year has been the ultimate honor, performing alongside other African American women artists. “This is a celebration of how I made it from a skinny black girl from Harlem to making history,” Jones said.
From that moment on, “Styx” becomes a kind of moral allegory, crossed with an almost unbearably tense nautical thriller, Rike wants to help the others (including Kingsley’s sister, back on the ship), but she also recognizes the limitations of one person’s ability to do so, While she reluctantly waits for help, she’s reduced to an impotent witness, This may be how many people watching feel about Rike’s situation, albeit less acutely and with none of the immediacy, As Austrian director Wolfgang Fischer and blue + green velvet and satin ballet flats, vintage 60s padded slippers slides, size 10 his co-writer Ika Künzel suggest, those of us who watch passively – or worse, choose to look away – while a seemingly unending flood of refugees struggle to reach our shores may also be the ones in need of saving..
Brigades of trained volunteer “sifters” in hazmat suits and gloves are helping to find grandma’s wedding ring, grandpa’s war medals or a child’s handprint from a school craft project. Now, crews from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are beginning to clear the charred home sites — bulldozing, scooping, dumping — so there’s a sense of urgency to try one last time to find that special thing in the ruins before even the ruins are gone. “They’re wondering if anything is left. That wondering can keep them up at night,” said Caroline Upton, a volunteer firefighter from Calistoga who also worked as a sifter for the nonprofit Team Rubicon. “Often times, finding things acts as closure so they can move forward with the trauma of what they’ve gone through. They can move beyond it and healing can begin.”.
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