“If every major city or metropolitan area could have something like this,” Tigner adds. “I think it would be a huge benefit, seeing other people’s work and making those connections through their traditions and culture. We have cultural similarities that outweigh the differences and if we could dance through them, we’d all be better for it.”. After a dozen years at her job, Mushet still acknowledges that “every time we close the festival, people always say how the it brings out the best in everyone — the companies, the dancers, the audience.”.
DVC’s ‘Les Miz’ performs July 24 – Aug, 8, STARS 2000 Teen Theatre Company is performing “Les Miserables” at Diablo Valley College Performing Arts Center July 24 through August 8, various times, at 321 Golf Club Road, Pleasant Hill, Tickets are $20 general, $18 seniors, $15 students, For more information call 925-324-7359 or visit http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1691805, Middle Eastern Dance, July 26, Aug, 8, The Salimpour School presents “Middle Eastern Dance.” where advanced student dancers present choreographies and improvisation to live Arabic music, Sunday, July 26 ballet dancer svg bundle / ballet dancer clipart / ballarina, dance clipart / svg, png, dxf, eps files / silhouette cut files, c at 7:15 p.m., and Saturday, Aug, 8 at 7:15 p.m., Knight Stage 3 Theatre, at Lesher Center for the Art, 1601 Civic Drive, Walnut Creek..
Enter “Funny Face.” While not exactly a holiday show, the upbeat story and gorgeous tunes by Ira and George Gershwin makes a delightful early Christmas present for Skyline’s many supporters. Originally a 1927 Broadway musical by the Gershwin brothers featuring Fred Astaire, “Funny Face” was totally rewritten in 1957 as a movie for Audrey Hepburn. Astaire returned to film the new version in a totally different role. The story follows the crazy escapades of a famous photographer and his fashion magazine editor as they look for the perfect face to embody the modern woman — one that is both beautiful and intelligent. They discover a shy bookshop clerk and amateur philosopher in a seedy bookstore and convince her to travel to Paris for the photo shoot. The reluctant model only agrees because the philosopher she idolizes also lives in Paris. Crazy shenanigans, lots of comedy and more than a little romance ensues.
Baxter Creek Gateway Work Parties, Join volunteers and El Cerrito city staff in removing invasive species and restoring native habitat in this jewel on the Ohlone Greenway, 10 a.m, to 12:30 p.m, May 2, Conlon Avenue and Ohlone Greenway, El Cerrito, 510-559-7685, www.el-cerritio.org, Fifth Annual SkyJam Festival, The fifth annual SkyJam Festival features performances by Magician Heather Rogers, The Stark Ravens, Piccolo Puppet Players, Polka Dot’s Traveling School of Dance, carnival games, bouncy houses, beverages, food, an auction and more, 11 a.m, to 4 p.m, May 2, Skytown Parent Cooperative Preschool, 1 Lawson Road, Kensington, $5, Free ballet dancer svg bundle / ballet dancer clipart / ballarina, dance clipart / svg, png, dxf, eps files / silhouette cut files, c kids 2 and under, 510-526-8481, www.skytown.org..
“Kursk”: Through April 8, La Val’s Subterranean, 1834 Euclid Ave., Berkeley. On a covert mission to the Barents Sea, a British submarine crew witnesses the sinking of the Kursk. As the crew grapple with how to respond, we become immersed in a poignantly personal story set against the backdrop of a devastating maritime disaster, in this all-female production by Theatre Lunatico. Preview: March 8. $15-$25. http://bit.ly/2rffhPo. “The Wolves”: Through April 8, Marin Theatre Company, 397 Miller Ave., Mill Valley. As a suburban girls’ indoor soccer team warms up in this play, the team navigates big questions and wages tiny battles with all the vim and vigor of a pack of adolescent warriors. $10-$49. www.marintheatre.org/productions/the-wolves.