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In “Ballet Noir,” Anderson relied heavily on the whiskey-soaked songs of Tom Waits to set the tone, especially the opening “What’s He Building in There,” about a disturbing neighbor engaged in strange behavior. Anderson bound his choreographer, danced by Robert Dekkers, in a chair (with allusions to Merce Cunningham), and floated in dancers doing such ungothic steps as piques and arabesques. The confusion started there. Rather than an axe murderer, the choreographer was a hostage — presumably his own. (Or was he ours?) Women in sapphire costumes, others in tuille washed in and out like figments of the artist’s mind. What was literal versus imaginative space in the dance and how it related to the music was a ball of confusion. Strapped in, the choreographer’s imagination didn’t stand a chance next to Waits’ darkly wry songs.
The story of the exploration is told in a kind of “virtual archaeology” via computer-enhanced video models, Also intriguing are photographs of the Dayun Mountain mausoleum from the chief excavator, Li Zebin of the Nanjing Museum, Enlarged photos show how and where many objects were discovered, and the contrast is amazing: What looks like a stick buried in the mud turns out to be, on display, a jeweled silver umbrella staff, Reading this on your phone? Stay up to date on Bay Area and Silicon Valley news with our new, free mobile app, Get it from the Apple app store or the Google ballet shoes black Play store..
Middle school students had a No Name Calling Week, a door-decorating contest and a mural mosaic contest with essays, quotes, poems, songs and rap. More than 3,000 students took part in the program, which included service projects. This is the second year San Leandro Unified has taken part in the program, credited with decreasing violent confrontations at San Leandro High School by 50 percent, according to the district. The recipients are Tina Bobadilla-Mastel, an English and ethnic studies instructor at James Logan High School, and Susan Newell, a teacher and kindergarten classroom aide at Eastin Elementary School.
Paws for Tales: Come read to a specially trained dog provided ballet shoes black by the Peninsula Humane Society, 11 a.m, and 3 p.m, Sept, 7, Redwood City Main Library, 1044 Middlefield Road, 650-780-5740, www.redwoodcity.org/calendar/EventDetail.aspx?Id=3965&CallingPage=Calendar.aspx, Dog Swim: The swimming lagoon at Spring Lake Regional Park turns into an off-leash dog park for two weekends in September, Well-behaved dogs are invited to swim in the lagoon and run on the beach from 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m, Sept, 7-8 and from 9:30 a.m, to 5:30 p.m, Sept, 28-29, A requested donation of $3-$5 will benefit the parks, Parking is $7, Free for Regional Park members, 707-565-2041..
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