California Pops Orchestra 2017-18 season. All shows on Sundays at 3 p.m. Oct. 29: Funny Side Up! includes “Dinner Music for a Pack of Hungry Cannibals”; with Carly Honfi. Dec. 3: Pops’ Family Christmas, with Carly Honfi. Jan. 28: Broadway Meets Hollywood, Tony and Oscar award winners, with Carly Honfi. March 25: Pops’ Radio Music Hall, with Carly Honfi and Frederick Hodges. May 20: American Jubilee, all American music. Flint Center, De Anza College, 21250 Stevens Creek Blvd., Cupertino. Season subscriptions $111-$312; 650-856-8432. Individual tickets available in mid-August, $20-$55, 408-864-8816 or www.ticketmaster.com.
“We really wanted to present a range of artists,” Bolingbroke says, “Some dance theater, some music, some film, some straight dance, We present so much work that’s multidisciplinary it often raises the question of exactly what is dance, This program acknowledges and celebrates the ballerina feet - machine embroidery design, ballet slippers, toe shoes, ballerina last decade of work nurtured by Rob Bailis and welcomes our new artists in residence.”, Details: Performances are Friday through Sunday at ODC Theater, 3153 17th St, Tickets are $20-$75, with one- and three-day ticket passes available, Contact 415-863-9834 or odctheater.org for tickets, schedule and more information..
— Katie Walsh, Tribune News Service. Cast: Marion Cotillard, Louis Garrel, Alex Brendemühl (R) 1:16. Cotillard has become a go-to actress for melodrama, since it’s easy to get lost in her mahogany eyes, and her off-kilter screen presence suggests raw emotion, even madness. But in this film from French actress-director Nicole Garcia, set in the late 1940s, the emotional drama never reaches the heights intended. Moody and hostile, Cotillard’s Gabrielle suffers from persistent cramps. At the urging of her mother, she agrees to a marriage of convenience with a farmworker named José (Brendemühl), through she doesn’t love him. When a doctor diagnoses her problem as kidney stones, she heads to a spa in the Alps to recover. There she falls for a dour World War II veteran named André (Garrel).
Sometimes she simply paints the flowers in her back yard, where “Garden in the Rain” was completed, Zhang hasn’t decided where she’ll paint during plein air because the weather and ballerina feet - machine embroidery design, ballet slippers, toe shoes, ballerina lighting will change between now and then, “In June it will be drier and landscapes will change,” Zhang said, “I might see a beautiful trellis with trailing roses, and by June it might be gone.”, To meet Zhang and the other plein artists, plan to attend the free June 18 Plein Air festival and sale that will be held from 11 a.m, to 5 p.m, at the Town Plaza..
“The entire Tech Camp will run the show and are assigned crew positions,” DeWeese said. “We have two lighting designers, a sound tech, two stage managers, two dressers/makeup, two riggers and one house manager.”. SSPA’s Tech Camp students come from Jefferson, Oceana and Terra Nova high schools. Tech guest artists/instructors include: Carson Duper (lighting/sound), Caitlyn Gomes (lighting intern), Mel Bratz (design, scenic design and rigging), Lennon Smith (directing and stage management), Sharon Martinez (costumes) and Josh Ornelas (costumes and makeup). The Dance Camp is comprised primarily of SSPA’s Spindrift Dance Company students. Dance Camp instructors are: Jenna Monroe, Josh Ornelas and Brianna Anthony.