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The greatest dancer of his generation is more of a thespian here than anything else but there is still a world of magic to the quality of his movement. The ballet icon’s lithe presence adds electricity to this whimsical deconstruction of two Anton Chekhov stories, “Man in a Case” and “About Love.”. Cheekily adapted by Annie-B Parson and Paul Lazar of the New York-based Big Dance Theater, this delicate 75-minute gem marries the edge of experimental theater with the melancholy of the Chekhovian impulse. While the piece never quite attains the emotional intensity one yearns for with Chekhov, it’s shot through with startling juxtapositions of style and tone that demystify the great Russian playwright. Far less challenging and provocative than last year’s “In Paris,” in which Baryshnikov also starred, this avant-garde exploration of romance and regret runs through Feb. 16 at Berkeley Repertory Theatre.

Some oppose the effort, saying we shouldn’t draw attention from potentially hostile aliens, Others say we should wait until we’re better communicators — and, then, only send messages with international consultation, “All such transmissions should come from humanity as a whole,” said Andrew Fraknoi, emeritus chair of ballet fabric by the yard / ballet dancer quilt / tutus & toe shoes by blank quilting, ballet gray fabric yardage, fat quarters the Astronomy Department at Foothill College, “and not from particular individuals or groups pursuing disparate aims — without worldwide discussions.”..

Even the biggest music fan — forgoing sleep and running pretty much nonstop on Red Bull and doughnuts — would be lucky to take in 1 percent of all that goes on during this amazing music conference and festival. More than 2,200 acts came to the festival in search of fame, fortune and — at the very least — Lone Star Beer and awesome barbecue. We watched as many of these artists as we could during its March 17-22 run. Here were some of our favorites acts, all of which have upcoming Bay Area concerts.

Gene Cernan, 82, A former astronaut who was the last person to walk ballet fabric by the yard / ballet dancer quilt / tutus & toe shoes by blank quilting, ballet gray fabric yardage, fat quarters on the moon, Jan, 16, Charlie Liteky, 85, An Army chaplain in Vietnam who was awarded the Medal of Honor for rescuing more than 20 wounded men but later gave it back in protest and became a peace activist, Jan, 20, Masaya Nakamura, 91, The “Father of Pac-Man” who founded the Japanese video game company behind the hit creature-gobbling game, Jan, 22, Butch Trucks, 69, A drummer who was one of the founding members of the Southern rock legend The Allman Brothers Band, Jan, 24, Suicide..

Grover said the Youthsava Dance Competition is named for the Sanskrit word Uthsava, which means celebration. “It is a ICC mission centric celebration in dance and music provides youth participants the opportunity to engage with Indian culture, showcase their commitment to dance and define what it means to be Indian American for them and their generation,” Grover said. ICC staff, she added, work months in advance to plan and organize this event. “Can you imagine coordinating 50 teams with their music and lining them up to come on stage at the right cue…There is so much that goes on behind the curtain to make sure that the 12-hour competition runs smoothly,” she said.

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