60s ballet flats

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60s ballet flats

Directed by Michael Sally, the show moves along at a good pace despite some line problems on opening night. Stewart Lyle created an artistically elegant white set with warming beige and rose tones, well-lit by lighting designer Courtney Johnson, while the uber-talented Clay David created the impressive scenic art and costume design. “The First Supper” continues through June 26, followed by Rachel LePell’s one-woman show “Playing My Hand” (July 8-17). For information and tickets, call 510-523-1553 or visit www.altarena.org.

Pacifica PM #1618 Toastmasters Club — (Weekly: Thursday evenings) The Toastmasters Club meets every Thursday evening 7:30-8:30 p.m, in the Pacifica Community Center, 540 Crespi Drive, Our meetings encourage and improve communication skills, Members of the public are welcome to attend, Contact Frank Gelini at 794-1521 or Peter O’Driscoll at 589-6487, Physical Fitness for Seniors — Tuesday and Thursday classes from 9 a.m, to 10:30 a.m, This class includes low-impact aerobic, weight, bands and mat exercises at the Pacifica 60s ballet flats Senior Center (inside the Community Center), 540 Crespi Drive, Cost: $3 for SIA members/$5 for non-members/$6 for non-seniors (under 60), This class includes low-impact aerobic, weight, bands and mat exercises, Call Janis Haynes, program coordinator at 738-7384 for more information..

Ben Vereen played the Leading Player (and won a Tony Award), but in Los Altos Stage Company’s version, the incredible Deborah Rosengaus makes that role her own. She is the whole package: A tall, dynamic, zesty woman with superlative skills in, oh….let’s see: magic, vocal interpretation, dance – and, naturally, acting. Rosengaus simply steals focus whenever she’s on stage – which is often. Sometimes the diminutive Dominic Dagdagan, as Pippin, seems somewhat overpowered. But the short-tall combination works beautifully, so that Dagdagan appears earnest and naive, which contrasts perfectly with Rosengaus’ devious and calculating nature.

Mother Goose Time: 10:30-11:30 a.m, Tuesdays through Dec, 17, There will be stories and songs, followed by a simple craft time, Best for ages 6 months-3 years old, Dance Around the World Holiday Party: 3:45-4:45 p.m, Dec, 9, Kids and their families can experience a variety of cultures through music and 60s ballet flats dance by learning several easy holiday dances from around the world presented by Nikola Clay, The Puppet Company Presents A Time To Be Jolly: 6:30-7:30 p.m, Dec, 16, Kids can meet Jack Frost, Mrs, Claus and take a peek at Santa’s elves through the Puppet Company’s seasonal tour of Santa’s workshop, They will see waltzing Christmas trees, ice-skating penguins, Rudolph, and a Hanukkah celebration..

“I was really frightened the first time we performed it,” Chatham said. “I was able to simulate the sounds of guitars on an Atari S900, and I thought I knew what it would sound like, but I didn’t have a sample of 100 guitars. You can imagine my relief that it actually sounded better than anything I thought.”. Over the years, Chatham has continued to create pieces for huge assemblies of guitarists, including a commission for Paris’ resonant Sacré-Cœur Basilica featuring 123 guitarists and a Lincoln Center outdoor project for 200 guitarists arrayed in semicircle, “which allowed us to pass sound around from east to west and back,” Chatham said.