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“I have always loved music and dance, particularly when it is performed with African American artists,” she said. “A great addition to Tonya’s evening is the piece she performs with her father. All the pieces are very touching and well designed. It is absolutely a unique, entertaining evening.”. “Through the arts, we have a huge opportunity to change people’s awareness and impact cross-cultural relations,” said Amos. “This work has a solid effect on the community, as it allows people of all backgrounds to come together, learn, share and grow. By raising awareness of African American struggle and triumph, it highlights much of the joy and common experiences that we all share as Americans.”.

“I wouldn’t say the general was inspired by my father, but I drew on what I remember,” says Baryshnikov, 64, “some of his mannerisms, the way he held himself.”, The story also echoes his own life, Baryshnikov, who often goes by the nickname Misha, was born in 1948 in Riga, Latvia, He began dancing at 9, entered the school of the Kirov Ballet at 15 and danced for that company until 1974 when, at age 26, he defected from Russia, Although he soon became world-famous, he knows what it is like to be a stranger in i live for ballet, ballet shoes cut & fold book folding pattern (digital download pattern only) a strange land, And he knows the sting of loneliness and fear of the unknown..

Making God Laugh: Sean Grennan’s comedy follows one family through 30 years of holidays, as Ruthie and Bill try to keep the home fires burning for their three adult children. Through Dec. 23. City Lights Theater, 529 S. Second St. $21-$42. cltc.org/making-god-laugh. Winchester Orchestra: Guest conductor Scott Seaton leads the orchestra in Hector Villa-Lobos’ first movement of Concerto for Guitar and Small Orchestra, featuring soloist Nicholas Padmanabhan. Also on the program is Brahms’ “Tragic Overture” and Dvorak’s Symphony No 8 in G Major, Op. 88. Dec. 2, 7:30-9:30 p.m. Lincoln Glen Church, 2700 Booksin Ave. $10-$20. http://www.winchesterorchestra.com.

Police said the group and the suspects had attended the First Friday event that had ended a few hours earlier, Webster and Harrison followed the group to the 1300 block of Broadway where more words were exchanged before the couple and Ray were shot, police said, Ray had also attended First i live for ballet, ballet shoes cut & fold book folding pattern (digital download pattern only) Friday, After the shooting, Webster and Harrison ran to where Harrison’s car was parked near where the dispute initially started and fled, police said, Sanchez said video surveillance tape provided by cooperative merchants helped police identify the vehicle leaving the scene, Harrison was linked to the car, and he was identified by witnesses as being at the shooting, A probable cause warrant was issued for his arrest, which happened Oct, 31 while he was driving in East Oakland..

Details: Oct. 4-5; Memorial Auditorium, Stanford University; $32-$68; 650-724-2464, stanfordlive@stanford.edu. Sasha Waltz & Guests, “Körper”: On the cusp of starting her co-directorship of the Berlin State Ballet next year, renowned German choreographer Sasha Waltz has revived 2000’s “Körper,” the first piece she created as director of the prestigious Berlin theater Schaubühne. It’s an arresting work, a kaleidoscopic series of tableaux featuring 13 male and female dancers in various stages of undress that use the human body as a pulsing architectural building block.