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“It wasn’t until I was sitting and watching the rehearsals that I realized how hard it was for dancers to find something to hold on to,” Adams says. “I would have done it differently if I’d known more. That said, it’s amazing what Lucinda managed to find in the music. She would find patterns in some little sound here or there for a cue. It is remarkable how deeply choreographers listen to music, on a formal level, more deeply than most instrumentalists do.”. Adams’ second thoughts might come up during the discussions surrounding “Available Light.” The Feb. 3 pre-performance talk at Zellerbach includes Julie Lazar, who originally produced “Available Light,” and Linda Brumbach, who produced the 2015 Disney Hall restaging. The post-performance talk, moderated by Tarnopolsky, features Adams and Childs. On Feb. 4, the post-performance conversation, moderated by Ara Guzelimian, provost and dean of the Juilliard School in New York City, includes Adams, Childs and Gehry.

“My dad was a national swimmer and I was a swimmer,” says Burns, “Being in the water has always been a place of healing for me, I was training, took a little dive from the deep end to the shallow end, hit chin-to-chest, had a paralyzing break.”, She had broken her neck, “My friend at the house was a fireman paramedic and he literally saved my life, He took a towel, wet it and wrapped it around my neck and floated me in the water till the paramedics came so there was no weight-bearing on my spinal cord, It was bruised so I was paralyzed on my left side for a short period of time, Now I have a rod and two plates of 10 screws of titanium,” ballet booties for baby girl with tulle bow/handmade crochet baby fashion/new baby girl gift/beautiful crochet/ ready to ship she says..

Red Cross Blood Drive: Dec. 30, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Cultural Hall, 10270 S. Stelling Road, Cupertino. Call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or visit redcrossblood.org (sponsor code LDSCUPERTINO) to schedule an appointment. Celebrate Snowmen: Stories and crafts about snow people for preschoolers and elementary students, who can build a candy snowman and create a colorful collage. Dec. 28, 3 p.m. Children’s story room, Cupertino Library, 10800 Torre Ave., Cupertino. 408-446-1677. sccl.org.

Suds: ‘60s Musical Soap Opera: Through Dec, 2, The Colligan Theater, 1010 River St., Santa Cruz, This high-energy musical tells the story of a down-on-her-luck laundress named Cindy and the colorful guardian angels who come to teach her about finding true love, $27-$50, www.JewelTheatre.net, Treasurefest’s ballet booties for baby girl with tulle bow/handmade crochet baby fashion/new baby girl gift/beautiful crochet/ ready to ship Snovember Holiday Market: 10 a.m.-4 p.m, Nov, 25, Treasure Island, Featuring 20 tons of snow, Santa Claus, toy drive, free snowman building kits and other holiday festivities, In addition, 400 plus independent designers, makers, vintage apparel curators and antique collectors, $5, www.treasurefest.com/..

Aquatopia. Tokyo DisneySea. Trackless technology has also been applied to non-narrative rides and in 2001 DisneySea unveiled a whimsical example. Aquatopia is an outdoor ride that vaguely picks up where its distant forbearer Autopia leaves off. Multi-passenger hovercraft-like vehicles — actually on small wheels tucked away under the craft — squirt around in dipsy-doodle patterns, including 360-degree rotations, over a course of ever-circulating water. While the waterline is actually only 2” deep, the water’s constant movement creates an illusion that the cars are careening through deeper pools. Not a lot happens— apart from riders getting drenched during summer months — but the sense of careening over water makes this an experience you immediately want to get back  the moment you get off the ride.