“It’s just a great organization to support lung cancer,” said Ullal, who serves on the nonprofit’s youth advisory board. “They actually helped us when my aunt was sick. They’re very intimately familiar with the whole process and they help break it down. One of the things I think this organization does a tremendous job of is not only research but supporting people.”. The organization also seeks to eradicate the stigma lung cancer patients have against them due to their disease being closely linked to smoking, said Ullal.
The Pittsburg native and resident recently moved her Delta Ballet Academy from its longtime location in Antioch to Pittsburg’s Old Town, “It feels right,” Idul said of the academy’s new digs at 329 Railroad Ave, “It’s very inspiring to get in, teaching and choreographing, I’m excited to see the kids come through the doors and really experience my love for dancing and bringing the arts downtown.”, In 2009, after other ballet touring companies stopped staging their productions of “The Nutcracker” in the old Creative Arts Building in Pittsburg, Idul and Black Diamond co-founder Michael Lowe kept the classic Christmas tradition alive by bringing a local ballet slipper earrings, pointe shoe jewelry, gift for dancer silver dance ballerina present sterling loop dangle tutu teenage d production of the show to Pittsburg..
And no small accomplishment that it is such a place, because the world of dance tends to always have a war going on between the classicists and the modernists — more so than the theater world. Smuin himself was a creative fellow who wanted to do more than he could do with the great ship of state that was the San Francisco Ballet, and once he formed his own company, creativity was always encouraged. Which is a song sung by Celia Fushille, who was the first dancer Smuin hired, and who now runs the company as artistic and executive director; and by choreographer in residence Amy Seiwert and ballet master Amy London.
The theater was built in 1913, but its second story dates back to 1874, Lane explained, “Actually, one of the things that’s interesting about that building is that the second floor used to be the 1874 Grange Hall,” she said, “Back then, you’d never take down a building, Don’t ask me how they did it, They decided they needed a larger hall because the community was growing.”, The one-story structure grew to two stories when the existing Grange Hall was relocated and, through architectural magic, became the second floor for the new hall built jointly by the Grange and Oddfellows social and fraternal groups, The building was located on Front Street, ballet slipper earrings, pointe shoe jewelry, gift for dancer silver dance ballerina present sterling loop dangle tutu teenage d the town’s original commercial district built along San Ramon Creek..
“The Time Machine: Love Among the Eloi.” 8 p.m. Feb.11. Ohlone College Theatre Department. One-night fundraiser to send cast and crew to Western Regional Conference in consideration for the Kennedy Center’s national award for Best Original Play. Smith Center at Ohlone College, 43600 Mission Blvd., Fremont. $15-$20. 510-659-6031 or www.smithcenter.com. “Working.” A musical based on the book by Studs Terkel. Foothill Music Theatre. Feb. 18-March 6. Lohman Theatre, Foothill College,12345 El Monte Road, Los Altos. $13-$26. www.foothillmusicals.com or 650-949-7360.
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