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New Jersey native and Oakland transplant Alex Frantz Ghassan, 35, had a lot of loves. Friends said Ghassan loved his family, and his energetic twin 4-year-old daughters Lucy and Alex were often on his mind and always on his hands — their names indelibly inked across his knuckles. He loved his career as a freelance film director and producer and had recently worked with KQED San Francisco. “Been Producing and Directing for a minute,” the 35-year-old stated on his Facebook page, “but I been chasing my dreams since I knew what they were.”.
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A member of the backstage crew was frantically trying to swipe it around the stage between the rows of performers, out of sight of the audience, because one of the little angel dancers in her tiny halo and wings had left a pool of pee behind her. A few musical beats later, Monaco was leaping across the stage, dancing the Spanish variation, and — wouldn’t you know? — the half-swabbed puddle was right where he needed to land. “I did my thing, and then I had to kneel and I was thinking, ‘Oh, this is wet. Oh no!’ ” he says. “But I had to be on my mark.” Exiting, finally, with wet knees, he found his colleagues in the wings in fits of laughter.
“I love it,” says Kornbluth, “It can be a little scary, But for me, it’s incredibly gratifying, When you do it successfully, there’s a palpable relief at the end, like ‘Did it!’ “, Kornbluth is one of nine theater artists appearing in “One for All: A Solo Artist Festival,” opening April 8 at the Douglas Morrisson Theatre in Hayward, In addition to his “Ben Franklin: Unplugged,” the 10-day festival also nancy wheeler's golden ballet slippers charm pendant necklace - accurate version - upside down jewelry includes Marga Gomez in “Latin Standards” and Ann Randolph in “Loveland” and “Inappropriate in All the Right Ways.” Unique Derique’s “Fool La La!” and short solo pieces by Linda Ayres-Frederick, Carolyn Doyle, Amy Kilgard, Margery Kreitman and Rachel LePell complete the lineup..
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