Fushille is thrilled that both audiences and dancers continue to appreciate Michael Smuin’s work. She doesn’t want the company to be seen as a museum ensemble, but enjoys occasionally bringing back gems such as this from the past, mixing them into programs with works by dynamic new choreographers. “We keep Michael’s legacy alive in that way,” Fushille said. As for what she wants audiences to take away from this program, Fushille said that “dance is approachable… and fun. It blends — with artistry — athletics and music. I want the audience to feel inspired and uplifted. And if you’ve never seen dance, this is the perfect entry point.”.
“This is another Ghost Ship because of the violations on the building, things aren’t up to code and things weren’t fixed, and that’s always been a concern,” Lowery said, Firefighters responded to the blaze around 5:40 a.m., pulling residents from women's slippers, turquoise ballet flats, vegan shoes, slipper socks, women's gift, non slip bottom, girlfriend's gi inside the building and plucking others from fire escapes as flames licked the rooftop, Four residents were hospitalized with minor injuries, Because it had more than three dwelling units, it should have been inspected annually, according to state fire code, However, Oakland fire inspectors only visited the building in 2010, 2012 and 2015, city records show..
The return of Lincoln quarterback Robert Najar, who had missed the previous five Lion losses due to an injury after helping them get off to a 3-1 start in 2016, was a major factor in last week’s win over San Jose. The senior signal caller passed for two touchdowns and ran for another, igniting a Lincoln offensive assault that produced the most points the Lions had scored since beating Willow Glen 45-14 back on Sept. 23. “Robert partially tore his quadricep and the swelling prevented him from walking for about a month,” said Lincoln head coach Kevin Collins. “He worked extremely hard to get back. His absence was significant for a few reasons. At the time he was hurt, he was our leading rusher, scorer, passer and tackler. His return helped with our team’s efficiency, but also it was a big boost psychologically.”.
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Hillbarn Theatre. “Monty Python’s Spamalot!” Through Sept. 29. Book and lyrics by Eric Idle; music by John Du Prez and Idle. Directed by Dan Demers. Hillbarn Theatre, 1285 E. Hillsdale Blvd., Foster City. $23-$40. 650-349-6411 or hillbarntheatre.org. Los Altos Stage Company. “The Fantasticks.” Through Sept. 29. Directed by Gary Landis, musical direction by Gus Kambeitz, choreography by Jillian Toby Cummings. Featuring Dan Kapler as El Gallo, Ryan Mardesich as Matt, Casey Ellis as Luisa, Todd Wright as Hucklebee, Ruth E Stein as Bellomy, Martin Gagen as Henry, Ryk Houseman as Mortimer and Spencer Grey as The Mute. Bus Barn Theatre, 97 Hillview Ave., Los Altos. $18-$36. www.losaltosstage.org or 650-941-0551.