Amato and Sanders are contemplating a future joint venture. “We’re just trying to find the right project,” Amato said. “It’s a delicate balancing act. Generally, in the past, trying to do this kind of thing has been cheesy and corny. It’s hard to meld them. But with Stuck’s talent and with his dancers and with our dancers, we can create something really special.”. Peninsula Ballet Theatre is celebrating its 50th anniversary. Amato hopes that, with such collaborations, they can grow both the ballet audience and the hip-hop audience. He thinks it’s important to be willing to experiment.
John McCutcheon in Concert: 4 p.m, July 1, Firehouse Arts Center Theater, 4444 Railroad Ave., Pleasanton, McCutcheon is a master instrumentalist, powerful singer-songwriter and storyteller, $20-$30, www.firehousearts.org, Actors Ensemble of Berkeley — Hamlet: Opens 4 p.m, July 4, additional performances 4 p.m, weekends July 7-22, John Hinkel Park Amphitheatre, 41 Somerset Place, Berkeley, Bring cushions, low lawn chairs or blankets, www.aeofberkeley.org, Flower Piano — Twelve Days, Twelve Pianos, One Garden and You: 9 a.m.-6 p.m, July 5-16, San Francisco Botanical Garden, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, Everyone is invited to play and listen, Professional pianists and other musicians will perform throughout the Garden as well, Free with regular scrapbook sticker --filofax stickers--planner stickers--ballet skirt admission, $0-$18, www.sfbg.org..
“There was a time when just about every refrigerator in Berkeley was affixed with a UC Theatre schedule,” Carolyn Jones wrote in the San Francisco Chronicle in 2009. “People went for the Swedish triple features, Hitchcock festivals and animation marathons. They donned wigs for ‘Rocky Horror,’ brought umbrellas for ‘Singing in the Rain’ and endured six-hour samurai epics.”. In 2001, four years after Meyer left the company, Landmark boarded up the theater rather than investing the hundreds of thousands of dollars needed for a seismic upgrade, according to Mayeri’s news release. It was subsequently seismically retrofitted.
The Santaland Diaries: Max Tachis performs David Sedaris’ scrapbook sticker --filofax stickers--planner stickers--ballet skirt one-man show about his short tenure at Macy’s as Crumpet the Elf, adapted by Joe Mantello and presented by TheatreWorks Silicon Valley, Dec, 5-23, Lohman Theatre, 12345 S, El Monte Road, Los Altos Hills, $45, www.theatreworks.org, 650-463-1960, MOUNTAIN VIEW, Smuin’s Christmas Ballet: The first act, Classical Christmas, features dancers in snow-white ensembles performing time-honored holiday favorites, The Cool Christmas second act delivers a red-hot costume change along with a mash-up of modern festive numbers, including “Santa Baby.” Dec, 5-9, Center for the Arts in Mountain View, 500 Castro St., Mountain View, $25-$89, www.smuinballet.org, 415-912-1899..
“We have players as young as 12 and as old as 60 in the group,” says Mike Rose, who heads the 20-member ensemble. “We’ve even had several father/son duos and one mother/daughter duo in the group. They’re all here because they love to play.”. When not conducting the jazz ensemble or giving lessons to his many students, Rose can be found tooting his own horn — trumpet, that is. A professional musician, Rose has performed with the likes of Todd Rundgren, The Shireels, The Drifters and Little Anthony and the Imperials.
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