“It’s amazing to see all these children. It’s why we do what we do,” Casher said. “Once they leave, we don’t usually see them again, so it’s great to see them thrive. It makes the hard days at work all worth it.”. One of Casher’s patients, 3-year-old Elijah Jenkins-Taylor, blew bubbles and ran around Dunsmuir gardens with his family, mom Opal Taylor and Diana Jenkins. Elijah weighed just 1 pound, 14 ounces when he was born at 26 weeks. Taylor, an emergency room physician at Contra Costa Regional Medical Center, said both she and her son are lucky to be alive.
“Cirque de la Symphonie”: Acrobatics and holiday hits conducted by Edwin Outwater; 7:30 p.m, Dec, 5, Davies Hall, San Francisco; $29-$115; 415-864-6000, www.sfsymphony.org, “Philharmonic Fire”: Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra holiday program includes Bach cantatas, works by Monteverdi and Vivaldi and the “Frost Scene” from Purcell’s semi-opera, “King Arthur”; Dec, 5-9 in San Francisco, Stanford and Berkeley; $15-$120; www.philharmonia.org, “The Little Prince”: Opera Parallèle presents Rachel Portman’s enchanting children’s crochet baby booties, baby girl ballet slippers. crochet baby shoes for newborn to 06 months. opera based on Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s timeless novel; Dec, 7-9, Marine’s Memorial Theater, San Francisco; $55-$75; 415-392-4400, www.operaparallele.org..
MONDAY: “The Making of the Mob: Chicago” is an eight-episode docudrama that takes viewers to the Windy City and tracks the rise and fall of iconic gangster Al Capone. Also included: The story of his successors, collectively known as The Chicago Outfit. 10 p.m., AMC. TUESDAY: A presidential election year feels like the perfect time to present “The White House: Inside Story.” The documentary provides an intimate, behind-the-scenes historical tour told via the first-person accounts of former employees, historians, members of the media and first families. 8 p.m., PBS.
Filoli’s Flower Show: 10 a.m.-5 p.m, June 1-June 3, 86 Canada Road, Woodside, Over 80 floral displays from a range of professional exhibitors and florists, $30-$35, https://filoli.org/, Sense & Sensibility: May 31-June 23, Town Hall Theatre crochet baby booties, baby girl ballet slippers. crochet baby shoes for newborn to 06 months. Company, 3535 School St., Lafayette, A new adaptation of Jane Austen’s novel, Opening night reception June 2 with a Regency Ball theme, $18-$30, www.townhalltheatre.com, Seva’s 40th Anniversary: 8 p.m, June 2, UC Theater Taube Family Music Hall, 2036 University Ave., Berkeley, This musical event features Rising Appalachia, Dead Winter Carpenters, The Sam Chase & The Untraditional with host Wavy Gravy, Proceeds from the event will support Seva Foundation’s sight restoration programs around the world, $50-$75, https://bit.ly/2wILK8v..
Produced by Robert Sokol, the three-hour ceremony presented awards in 68 categories. He was introduced by Broadway diva Betty Buckley and hosted by actors/comedians Will Durst and Marga Gomez. Two hundred and seventy adjudicators, comprised of theater professionals, journalists and educators, judged the nearly 180 productions from 79 participating theaters. When the final award was handed out, many local productions and performers had been honored. California Shakespeare Theater had several winners; “The Comedy of Errors” (Aaron Posner) took home Outstanding Direction of a Play; Outstanding Costume Design went to Beaver Bauer; Andre Pluess won Outstanding Sound Design; and the award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Principal Role went to Danny Scheie. In addition, James Carpenter won Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Featured Role for his performance in Cal Shakes’ “Pygmalion.”.
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