Tri-Valley Repertory Theatre recently became the new resident theater company at Pleasanton’s Firehouse Arts Center — replacing Pacific Coast Repertory Theatre, which also plans to continue producing at the venue. For its first show at the Firehouse (and of the company’s 35th season), Tri-Valley Rep is betting on a sure thing with “Guys and Dolls,” the beloved 1950 musical about high-rolling gamblers and the women unfortunate enough to love them. A romantic comedy about a gambler seducing a pious Christian missionary on a bet, the musical’s book is by Jo Swerling (screenwriter of films such as “Platinum Blonde” and “Leave Her to Heaven”) and humorist Abe Burrows, who later collaborated with songwriter Frank Loesser on “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.”.
Pace Gallery: Adam Pendleton, “Which We Can,” through Dec, 22, Pace Gallery, 229 Hamilton Ave., Palo Alto, ballet art, ballerina art, ballet shoes art, canvas art, pink girls room, dance art, pointe shoes, ballet art, girls rooms, ball http://www.pacegallery.com/, American Association of University Women: Michelle Carter, “From Under the Russian Snow,” 10:30 a.m, Jan, 27, Redwood Shores Library, 399 Marine Parkway, Redwood Shores, 650-92-5822 or email@example.com, Books Inc.: Andy Weir, “Artemis,” in conversation with Dr, Pascal Lee, director of the NASA Haughton-Mars Project at NASA Ames Research Center, 7 p.m, Dec, 12, Books Inc., 317 Castro St., Mountain View, https://www.booksinc.net/MountainView..
So the question that’s intrigued observers for years — who is Katie Holmes, really? — seems to be one she’s finally digging into herself. She recently bought a home in Calabasas, and she and Suri, now 8, divide time between the West Coast and New York. She watched the “Olive Kitteridge” miniseries on HBO and says she’d be interested in going back to television herself. She admires actresses such as Jodie Foster, Cate Blanchett and Cameron Diaz (“their versatility, their intelligence — they work a lot, and work hard”). She’d love to do a Marvel movie and dreams of working with big directors such as Miller, Alexander Payne and Steven Spielberg. Oh, and Christopher Nolan again, the filmmaker behind “Batman Begins.”.
City: Brooklyn, NY, Website: www.ilovelucius.com, Local shows: 9 p.m, May 7; Catalyst, Santa Cruz; $16-$18, www.ticketfly.com, Live 105’s BFD concert, June 4; Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View; ballet art, ballerina art, ballet shoes art, canvas art, pink girls room, dance art, pointe shoes, ballet art, girls rooms, ball $37.50-$99.50, www.livenation.com, Listen to: “Born Again Teen,” “Turn It Around”, The skinny: Lucius certainly seems destined for stardom, It’s got the look (kind of retro-’80s new wave) and it’s definitely got the sound (a radio-friendly, harmony-rich mix of pop and dance music), The Brooklyn band also keeps quite good company, having collaborated with such A-list talents as Jeff Tweedy and Roger Waters and toured with the likes of The Decembrists and Jack White, With a strong SXSW showing and new record (“Good Grief”) on shelves, Lucius could be a very well-known name by year’s end..
Alphabetically by last names with their pro partners are. Jake T. Austin, 21: Since ABC is a Disney-owned channel, it’s a foregone conclusion that there will be at least one celebrity from a Disney channel show. Jake, who spent five years in “Wizards of Waverly Place,” is that celeb in Season 23. He has also provided the voice for a number of animated characters. His pro partner is Jenna Johnson, 22, who’s been promoted to pro from the DWTS Troupe, the dancers who provide dance spots around commercial breaks.