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Mother’s Day Tea and Tour: The menu will include delicious finger sandwiches, tasty dessert treats, an Ainsley House blend of black tea, and champagne or sparkling cider, Tea is followed by a tour of the Ainsley ballet slippers h&m House, May 11-12, noon, Ainsley House, 300 Grant St., Campbell, $45-$50, campbellmuseums.com/shop, Live Oak Adult Day Services: Seniors can get breakfast, lunch and a snack and participate in activities such as yoga, music, art and bingo, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-3 p.m, liveoakadultdaycare.org, 408-354-4782..
This brought us to the question: what is ballet? Tomasson’s generous answer offered the stunningly talented 24-year-old choreographer Myles Thatcher, a member of San Francisco Ballet’s corps de ballet, exactly the kind of company his new work, “Manifesto,” deserved. Georgia-born Thatcher, who has been with the San Francisco Ballet since he joined as an apprentice in 2008, set his elegant, moody clockwork dance for 12 to Bach’s “The Musical Offering” and “Goldberg Variations.” “Manifesto” picks up the thread of van Manen, who tightly structures two couples into a language of turns and extensions, and it foreshadows “La Bayadere” with its ghostly, at times icy, lighting (Mary Louise Geiger) and dark, regally spare costumes (Mark Zappone), which evoke the vestments of fashion-forward vampire priests and priestesses.
Felder quickly became a fixture at Berkeley Repertory Theatre after the success of his show “George Gershwin Alone” in 2013, Later that same year “The Pianist of Willesden Lane” played Berkeley Rep, the one-woman show he adapted and directed for performer Mona Golabek based on the book Golabek co-wrote about her mother’s escape from Nazi-controlled Austria as a child, That show was such a hit that it returned two years later, In 2014 he ballet slippers h&m brought Berkeley not one but two of his own solo shows, “Hershey Felder as Leonard Bernstein in Maestro” and “Monsieur Chopin.”..
The brothers love playing Pacifica Performances. They love the audience, the volunteers and the venue. “Over the years we have been coming to Pacifica,” Shay said, “we have noticed returning audience members who are prepared to sing out with gusto. That is a huge thrill for us because we focus a lot on singing choruses.”. Jean Bartlett can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. When: Saturday, April 5, at 7:30 p.m. Tickets: $20 general. $17 seniors (62+) and students with current ID. $15 members. $12 senior/student members. Under 18 free.