The Wiz: Willow Glen Middle School presents its spring musical, a retelling of “The Wizard of Oz.” March 29-30, 5 and 7:30 p.m. Tickets in advance are $10 general admission/$15 VIP reserved/$5 students and seniors. Little Theater, 2105 Cottle Ave., San Jose. seatyourself.biz/wghs. Verdi’s Requiem: To celebrate Verdi’s 200th anniversary, the orchestra and chorale perform his dramatic Requiem. March 23-24, 8 p.m. $38-$78. California Theatre, 345 S. First St., San Jose. symphonysiliconvalley.org.
“Sugar Town” (8 p.m., Investigation Discovery): This new two-hour documentary focuses on the 2014 mystery of what happened to Victor White III on the night of his suspicious death while in police custody in New Iberia, Louisiana, The film also reveals a larger story “of power, corruption and racial injustice.”, “Better Call Saul” (9 p.m, Monday, AMC): As Season 4 of the compelling “Breaking Bad” prequel begins, Chuck’s tragic death accelerates Jimmy McGill’s transformation into Saul Goodman, Now, Jimmy takes steps into the criminal world that will put his future as a lawyer – and his relationship with Kim – ballerina, dancer, ballet shoes, dance girl embroidered bodysuit, embroidered toddler t-shirt, embroidered t-shirt, baby shower in jeopardy, Meanwhile, Mike takes a more active role as Madrigal Electromotive’s newest security consultant..
Hosted by the Homestead Music Boosters, the event will also feature a Food Truck Festival, with food ranging from sushi, Korean barbecue to gourmet ice cream. Admission is $5 and children 10 and under are free. Food Truck Service Begins at 4 p.m. The Marching Band, Dance Team and Band Sections perform from 5-6 p.m. A post show will last until 7 p.m. where families can enjoy food truck service and live musical entertainment. The event will be held at the Mustang Football Stadium rain or shine. Homestead High School is located at 21370 Homestead Road in Cupertino. For more information, visit hhs.fuhsd.org.
Patty Cakes Storytime: 11-11:15 a.m, Tuesdays, Jan, 13-March 3, It is for kids ages 0-3 with a caregiver, Picture Book Time: 11-11:30 a.m, Thursdays, Jan, 15-March 5, is for kids ages 3-5 who can attend without a caregiver, Book Buddies: 2-3 p.m, Wednesdays, A Book Buddy volunteer is at the library most Wednesdays to read to children 3 and older, Call 925-673-0659, Teen Advisory Group: 7-8 p.m, Feb, 2, Teens are invited, Winter Business Series — Business Formation: 6:30-8:30 p.m, Jan, 14, Attorney Ivette Santaella will discuss what legal format to operate under for ballerina, dancer, ballet shoes, dance girl embroidered bodysuit, embroidered toddler t-shirt, embroidered t-shirt, baby shower those setting up a new business, Registration required..
Helgi Tomasson, watch out. In an echo of another beginning, Carreno opened the program, called “Neoclassical to Now,” with George Balanchine’s beautiful, modernist “Serenade,” the Russian choreographer’s first American ballet. Created in 1934 on a handful of his students, this was Balanchine’s first effort to muster interest in a new ballet company. It proved a harbinger of pathbreaking advances in the art to come. Saturday, “Serenade” began as it must — with a diaphanous corps of women, facing front, their right arms raised and wrists bent as though in an effort to shield their faces from the sun. A work with no recognizable story line yet full of poetic figures, technical rigor, and fragments of the ballet classics, it is a paean to the formal magic of dance, paying poignant, often beguiling homage, to love, beauty, death and transcendence as these forces seem to materialize from Tchaikovsky’s Serenade for Strings in C.