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For tickets and group rates, call 925-427-1611 or online at www.pittsburgcaliforniatheatre.org. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org. ACFA hosts exhibit at Umpqua Bank. ANTIOCH — The Arts & Cultural Foundation of Antioch hosts an exhibit at Umpqua Bank, 3700 Lone Tree Way. The fifth exhibit for the ongoing display continues through May 30, featuring students from Antioch High School. There will be approximately 25 to 35 pieces, including some pottery and other 3D pieces of art. The students are calling their exhibit, “Antioch High’s Art Attack.” All artworks will be available for purchase. Participating artists: Alejandro Ruvalcaba, April Rose Regis, Aurora Eastman, Brenda Rios, Brianna Munoz-Yost, Darin Smith, David Currie, Douglas Minton, Elisa Garcia, Imani Reeves, Janelle Celestine, Jaxson Schuler, Jay Von Chatman, Jose Tabora, Julio Ramirez, Karena Melton, Kevin de La Torre, Kirti Khanna, Liliana Dearcia, Mackenzie O’Brien, Makaila Brindle, Sarina Sylva, Sheryl Bowers, Shyann Arce, Sonia Martinez, and Zach Bowlen.
Mayer Hawthorne concert: 8 p.m, Dec, 31, The UC Theatre Taube Family Music Hall, 2036 University Ave., Berkeley, Grammy nominated singer, musician and DJ Mayer Hawthorne makes timeless, soulful music, $65, http://bit.ly/MayerNYE18, The Skin of Our Teeth: Jan, 4-26, Live Oak Theatre, 1301 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley, The Antrobus family stands in for all of humanity, as they move back and forth across time and space, In the midst of it all, they meet both tiny sequin | starlight bridal white ballet flats casual slippers shoes legends (Moses, Homer) and everyday folks, and shelter friend and fauna, $10-$20, www.aeofberkeley.org..
In addition to entertainment, the event features light appetizers, refreshments, a silent auction and a raffle. “We have gift certificates for the Lexington House, Nick’s Next Door, Jennifer Croll, Lolli & Pops and Testarossa Winery,” Emma said. “We also have a Rolling Stone magazine autographed by Harry Stiles from One Direction, a three-month membership to the Jewish Community Center and weekend vacation homes in Capitola and Santa Cruz.”. The show, auction and raffle are all set for 6-8 p.m., Emma said. A DJ will be spinning tunes from 8 to 10 p.m. so everyone can dance the rest of the night away.
The Spindrift Dance Company opened its doors in January of 2007, SDC is for: “serious dancers interested in continuing their training and passion for dance, and explores a variety of dance disciplines while maintaining dance technique.” The student base which is comprised mostly of Pacifica youth, also has dancers from Daly City, Moss Beach and San Francisco, With the company since its start, Monroe has served as Director of Dance since 2011, “Our dancers tend to be well-rounded performers,” Monroe said, “They have a passion for movement, They push themselves and as a result push me artistically to always raise the bar, I’ve watched this program grow from being just a handful of dancers who focused tiny sequin | starlight bridal white ballet flats casual slippers shoes mainly on jazz and tap, to a four-level, diverse program, We have dancers who have gone on to major in dance in colleges with excellent programs, Every professional dance I have ever made has been inspired by and first set on these dancers, They are my laboratory, I’d be lost without them.”..
Main Stage finale slated at Town Hall Theatre. The final show of Town Hall Theatre’s Main Stage season is Woody Allen’s “Play It Again, Sam,” with performances through June 25, at the theater, 3535 School St., in Lafayette. The show, directed by Soren Oliver, follows Allen Felix, whose wife leaves him, as he seeks advice from Humphrey Bogart — the coolest guy he knows. Showtimes are at 8 p.m., with matinees at 2 p.m. Preview performances are $20, and tickets for other performances range from $25-$32.