A quick verbal Rorschach test: What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you read: “The Way You Look (at me) Tonight”? Whatever you imagine (Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers? something steamier?) is probably light-years away from what audiences will see in the new collaborative performance work with that title, choreographed by Jess Curtis and Claire Cunningham. Curtis has been a notable presence on the Bay Area dance scene for more than 30 years, both as a performer-dancer with Contraband and a choreographer for his own company, Jess Curtis/Gravity. His work has received six Isadora Duncan Awards locally, and he is highly sought after in the international dance world, as well.
Moscow Ballet, “Great Russian Nutcracker.” 4 and 8 p.m, Dec, 19, Flint Center, 21250 Stevens Creek Blvd., Cupertino, $30, (Discounts available.) Ticketmaster 800-345-7000 or www.nutcracker.com/buy-tickets, World Wide ballet shoes with bow cookie cutter Dance Party, Bay Area Funk Extravaganza, 7 p.m, Nov, 29, Club Fox, 2209 Broadway, Redwood City, $20, 877-435-9849 or www.clubfoxrwc.com, TheatreWorks 45th Anniversary Gala, Nov, 8, Honoring Donald Kennedy, president emeritus, Stanford University, Cocktails, black-tie dinner, benefit auction, musical offering, Hotel Sofitel, Redwood Shores, Contact Director of Advancement Jodye Friedman at 650-463-7135 or email firstname.lastname@example.org..
That’s right, Malia is like the rest of us: She can’t remember her Apple ID. It’s easy to imagine Michelle Obama frantically making phone calls to former staffers to see if anyone remembers it. It’s also easy to imagine the concerns Malia and Michelle have about the phone winding up in the wrong hands; the phone could have the personal numbers of some pretty powerful people. Page Six said that a representative for the Obama family declined to comment. This story has been updated to include TMZ’s report that Malia Obama was driven out of the festival in a golf cart.
The Project’s performances have been ballet shoes with bow cookie cutter warmly received around the Nile region, but some of the most important work takes place offstage as the collective seeks to connect with university students who are likely to take leadership roles in their countries, They will discuss some of these endeavors at a series of panel discussions Wednesday that are part of Stanford Live’s new Live Context: Art + Ideas program, including “Women of the Nile: An Untapped Resource” at Stanford Black Community Services Center, and “Conversation: The Harmony of Peace, Music and Water” at Bing Concert Hall Studio, More information is at live.stanford.edu..
— ranger dave (@sfoutsidelands) August 2, 2017. Catch every possible second of Lorde, then maybe stick around for a minute or two after to simply let her amazing music echo in your head, before sprinting across the festival grounds to Twin Peaks for maybe a half hour of hip-hop star School Boy Q. Then (sorry!) it’s back the other direction to witness the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame act The Who, taking the Lands End Stage at 7:35 p.m. By this point, you’re likely hungry again – so see what appeals to you in the Lands End area.