“The Get Down” revels in what some might call delinquency, vandalism, hooliganism and noise. (Gee, Officer Krupke — haven’t you learned anything in 60 years?). I applaud “The Get Down” for its ability to flip such caricatures and let life be complicated for these black and Latino kids from moment to moment — which is what clearly informs their art. Luhrmann and company’s fanciful flourishes here remind me of the portraits by painter Kehinde Wiley, in which the authenticity of the hard streets becomes a Technicolor burst of regal splendor.
Ball co-founders and Fox Theatre owners Eric and Lori Lochtefeld decided it was the right time to present this community- themed evening of entertainment, The Dec, 14 gala was a true hometown event: The Parks and ballet shoes and tutus printable wall art, ballet digital print, dance printable Recreation Department installed the gigantic clear vinyl tent with precision, and seven local restaurants provided a tasty variety of cuisine, In an interview this week Eric Lochtefeld said, “The inaugural Silicon Valley Ball was a tremendous success, We were most proud of the fact that everyone truly embraced the block party concept we were hoping to achieve, All four venues were packed and hopping all night long.”..
Peninsula Youth Theatre. “Les Miserables.” March 7-15. Directed by Michael Champlain. Music direction by Dan Shaindlin.Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts, 500 Castro St., Mountain View. $16-$20. 650-903-6000 or www.pytnet.org. Sunnyvale Community Players. “Disney’s The Little Mermaid JR.” Through March 8. Book by Book by Doug Wright. Music by Alan Menken. Lyrics by Howard Ashman and Glenn Slater. Directed by Cindy Powell. Sunnyvale Theatre, Sunnyvale Community Center, 550 E. Remington Drive, Sunnyvale. $12-$22. sunnyvaleplayers.org or 408-733-6611.
“It goes from generation to generation,” she said, “I had it almost first-hand from Alvin himself, from Dudley and Miss Jamison, When I first joined, I thought this lady is so mean to me! I’m from the Bronx, I was disciplined, but I used to be thinking about parties, She made me tougher, and she brought in great choreographers like Garth Fagan, Donald Byrd, Ronald K, Brown, people who were very hands on, When they want to ballet shoes and tutus printable wall art, ballet digital print, dance printable see their movement on your body, it’s incredible, I love being in the positon to share that with younger dancers.”..
“When the students see the professional dancers on stage for the first time, there is awe in their young faces,” Rudisill explained. “The talent, the tutus and the magic glow of ‘The Nutcracker’ shows as they move across the stage, and that translates to the audience. I love teaching them how to create that magic each time they go on stage to perform.”. Justin Modeliste, a senior at Alameda High School senior, plays the Nutcracker Prince, while Saint Joseph Notre Dame High School senior Katherine Hanover performs as the Mouse Queen. Alameda High School students Tiffany Chen and Talia Soglin divide their time between the important roles of Clara and the Ballerina Doll. Other local dancers in the production include David Falk, who performs as the Mouse King, and Miss Alameda Jessica Robinson.
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