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The sculptures originally were kept on the site of what is now the Tech Museum of Innovation. In 1982, the Giselle statue vanished for the first time, only to reappear two weeks later. Beginning around 1985, both pieces were mounted in the courtyard of the Montgomery Theater. But the statue fell over about a year ago, and the city decided to rethink its location. The piece was stored in the basement of the San Jose Civic Auditorium, where a few weeks ago it was discovered missing. Pagkas would not say how his client ended up with it, only that newspaper accounts prompted its return.
Jewish Film Festival Anniversary: The Silicon Valley Jewish Film Festival kicks off its 20th anniversary year with a preview screening of The Way Back, an epic story of a group of prisoners who escape a Soviet gulag in 1940, The film’s director, Peter Weir, a six-time Academy Award nominee, will take part in ballet art print - pink ballet shoes - dance - watercolor art print - nursery decor - various sizes - modern art a Q&A session following the film, Jan, 19, 7:30 p.m, $18, Camera 12, 201 S, Second St., San Jose, www.svjff.org, My Fair Lady: As part of its Broadway in Concert series, Symphony Silicon Valley presents a concert version of the beloved Lerner and Loewe musical, Featuring Broadway stars Sarah Uriarte Berry and Paul Schoeffler, Jan, 22, 8 p.m, and Jan, 23, 2:30 p.m, $39-$75, California Theatre, 345 S, First St., San Jose, 408.286.2600 or www.symphonysiliconvalley.org..
San Mateo County History Museum. Tom Chapman, “From Professional Jockey to Full Time Artist,” 1 p.m. Jan. 24. California State Park Interpreter Mike Merritt, on the history of Año Nuevo Island and its lighthouse, 1 p.m. Feb. 7. San Mateo County History Museum, 2200 Broadway St., Redwood City. www.historysmc.org or 650-299-0104. Dragon Theatre 2nd Stage. “The Libation Bearers.” Jan. 16 through Feb. 1. By Aeschylus. Produced and directed by Tunuviel Luv. Dragon Theatre, 2120 Broadway St., intersection of Broadway and Theatre Way, Redwood City. $22. $10 rush tickets on Thursdays and Fridays starting second week. Pay what you will previewn Jan. 15. $125 for the VIP box (seats 4 people and includes champagne and chocolates). http://dragonproductions.net/.
“You don’t know what a media freak is until you’ve seen the way a few of these grunts would run around during a fight when they knew there was a television crew nearby; they were actually making war movies in their heads, doing little guys and glory Leatherneck tap dances under fire, getting their pimples shot for the networks.”, Although he loved writing and storytelling, and as an undergraduate at Syracuse University contributed to ballet art print - pink ballet shoes - dance - watercolor art print - nursery decor - various sizes - modern art a magazine edited by Joyce Carol Oates, Herr only published a handful of books, He struggled with depression before “Dispatches” and found the fame from his acclaimed Vietnam work disorienting..
A decade later, she returned to serve as one of four AileyCamp group leaders, a role that’s one part each of camp counselor, confidante, mentor and coach. McCree is also a dance major at Laney College, and she can’t say enough about the AileyCamp experience. “AileyCamp showed me what kind of dancer I wanted to be,” McCree said. “It taught me perseverance. They teach you to strive, to not give up. I think it’s teaching all these kids that.”. On Aug. 2, the public can see the results of the latest AileyCamp at Zellerbach Hall, when the 49 girls and seven boys present “Infinite Possibilities.” The program includes excerpts from Alvin Ailey’s incandescent collaboration with Duke Ellington, “Night Creature,” a feature for the boys from Ailey’s classic “Revelations,” and pieces by Robert Battle, who became director of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater last year upon the retirement of Judith Jamison.