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Trying to loosen up contestants during a warm-up for the quiz contest, judges asked them to name two places they would not eat green eggs and ham. It was a reference to the Dr. Seuss’ classic book written in rhyme. Sophomore Daniel Blank, of Monte Vista High School, replied confidently: “I would not eat green eggs and ham on a goat or on a boat.”. The judges howled with laughter. As it turned out, Blank had given a response taken right out of the real book. Good memory, Daniel.
“I choreograph all of my versions,” says Ryken, “I try to keep true to the classic so that the girls get the challenge of what they would dance if they were in a company, and I will tailor it to fit them, but I keep as true to the classic as possible.”, Sharing the title role are Presentation High ballet leotards for large chest School sophomore Caroline DiNapoli and Saratoga High School sophomore Anna Whiting, both of whom have been with the Los Gatos Ballet since performing as cherubs in “The Nutcracker.”..
Peter Heimlich has called many of his father’s theories dangerous and spent years challenging many of his claims and trying to discredit them. The elder Heimlich maintained that his relationship with his son was a family matter refused to comment on it to the media. The elder Heimlich attended Cornell University undergraduate and medical schools and interned at Boston City Hospital. During World War II, the U.S. Navy sent him to northwest China in 1942 to treat Chinese and American forces behind Japanese lines in the Gobi Desert.
The author of “Labor Day” and “After Her” returns with a story about the true meaning, and the true price, of friendship, Registration is required, For information, call 925-283-6513, ext, 102, Contra Costa Ballet stages ‘Sleeping Beauty’, Contra Costa Ballet’s “Sleeping Beauty,” will be presented at 7:30 p.m, May 13-14, at the Hofmann Theatre, ballet leotards for large chest at 1601 Civic Drive, in Walnut Creek, The hourlong ballet is set to Tchaikovsky’s score, Tickets are $35, and be purchased in person at the Lesher Center ticket office, online at www.lesherartscenter.org or by calling 925-943-7469..
He had no intention of suiting up, in other words, and dancing onstage himself. That course of action held true from the opening gala in November through two of the three repertory programs of the 2013-’14 season. Now the plans have changed. It has just been announced that Carreño will make his debut as Don José in BSJ’s production of Carmen. Roland Petit’s 1949 ballet with the Georges Bizet score will be the opener to the company’s season finale, May 9-11 at San Jose’s Center for the Performing Arts, 255 Almaden Blvd. The show’s second half will be the company premiere of Twyla Tharp’s In the Upper Room, first performed in 1986 with music by Philip Glass.