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Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds, 57: With 11 Grammy Awards in his trophy case, longtime musician and producer would like to add a Mirrorball Trophy, His latest album, “Return of the Tender Lover,” released last December, was his first solo album in seven years, He is partnered with Allison Holker, 28, who missed last season due to the birth of her son with husband, Stephen “tWitch” Boss, Terra Jole, 36: As the star and executive producer of “Little Women: LA,” she is the first “little person” to dance on the show, The actress, producer and singer added “mom” to her list of titles with the birth of her baby boy only a few weeks ago, At 4 foot 2, Terra’s pro partner, Sasha pink and gold ballerina invitation, ballet invitation, bunting. ballerina birthday, bridal shower, baby shower. recital invitati Farber, 33, seems like a fair match at 5 foot 7..
And it did when the lights went up in Pleasanton’s Firehouse Arts Center to reveal “The Music Man’s” River City, Iowa, about the closest thing you can get to an American Brigadoon. River City was one of the last places where the hard-fought battle to hold onto the innocence of the 19th century was being waged. As cautioned in the first tune of the show (“Rock Island”), it was, among other things, “the Model T Ford made the trouble, made people want to go … want to get up and go …” to discover a world that didn’t stop at the city limits sign.
Enjoy a free jazz concert of jazz standards from the ’40s, and contemporary jazz tunes, directed by Max Pricco, in the Walnut Creek Library Oak Room, from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m, Thursday, March 26, at 1644 N, Broadway, in Walnut Creek, Space pink and gold ballerina invitation, ballet invitation, bunting. ballerina birthday, bridal shower, baby shower. recital invitati is limited, Call Sarah Spindle at 925-977-3340 to reserve your seats, Mountain Shadow to screen Snowden doc, “Citizenfour,” a documentary about Edward Snowden who leaked top-secret documents that exposed the extent to which the National Security Agency monitors U.S, residents, will be screened March 20 and 21 at the Walnut Creek Library, 1644 N, Broadway..
“Many companies are about one person,” says Anderson, a featured dancer in the New York City Ballet from 1985 to 1993. “When I moved here, I saw Smuin and LINES, and I thought there was a niche for something different. I grew up seeing a wide variety of fantastic dance. The most important thing that I did from the beginning was trying to gather a great repertoire, and not make it all about me.”. The winter season, which includes Jan. 28 and 29 at Castro Valley Center for the Arts and Feb. 17 through 19 at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, features the exquisite double pas de deux from Alexandre Proia’s “World to Come” and David Grenke’s “Vespers,” which is set to the music of Tom Waits. Anderson reprises his technically demanding and athletically challenging “Akimbo,” scored to the Kronos Quartet performing Ornette Coleman, Ben Johnston, Jon Hassel and Kevin Volans, while the company presents its premiere of “Footage,” by Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo founder Peter Anastos. The fascinating range of work has attracted an impressive cast of young dancers who seem eager for the challenge of interpreting such different visions. Building Company C’s eclectic repertoire wasn’t simply a matter of luck and pluck.