In smaller roles, yet both the owners of really lovely vocals and excellent stage charisma, were Cat Imperato as Venus, goddess of love, and Stephen Kanaski as Apollo, god of the sun and song. Adriana Martinez as Night, goddess of celestial night, gave the audience beautiful, flourishing lines of dance, weaving the story along like a breeze. So many “moments” in this — cast solos, duets and harmonies that settle on the heart, detailed choreography that deserves an ovation, an extraordinary orchestra, and silliness, miles and miles of silliness darting along bits of sexual speak that conjure up the ca-ching in “Some Like It Hot.” Buy yourself a ride to “Out Of This World.”.
There are also three “add-on” productions, First up is the ever-amazing Blue Man Group, set to perform Nov, 1-3, and then the Irish dance juggernaut “Riverdance” is back in action May 15-17, One more “add-on” production will be announced later, Broadway San Jose shows take place at the San Jose’s Center for the Performing Arts in downtown San Jose, Subscription prices are $289–$669 for the basic six-show package and are available at broadwaysanjose.com, or by calling (866) 395-2929, For information about President’s Club memberships, visit broadwaysanjose.com or call Sally ballet dance bow - 4 inch single girls solid black hair bow with a pair of pink resin ballet shoes in the center Souders at 669-242-8560..
Key cuts: “Let’s Go Home,” “The Only Place”. Bay Area date: At Live 105’s BFD (Bud Light Festival Stage), June 6 (music starts 11 a.m.); Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View; $37.50-$69.50; www.livenation.com. Key cuts: “Sweet Ophelia,” “Hypnotic”. Bay Area date: Bottle Rock Napa Festival; May 29-31 (Zella Day performs May 29); $109 (1-day pass) to $275 (3-day pass); www.bottlerocknapavalley.com. Key cuts: “Fineshrine,” “Push Pull”.
Details: In previews March 31-April 2, main run is April 4-29; Lesher Center for the Arts, Walnut Creek; $33-$55; 925-943-7469, www.centerrep.org, 5 Rhythmic Circus: This Minneapolis troupe puts a quirky stamp on its tap dance show, They perform in loud costumes, add lots of humor,= and are backed by ballet dance bow - 4 inch single girls solid black hair bow with a pair of pink resin ballet shoes in the center a human beatbox performer and a seven-piece funk/rock band, Rhythmic Circus brings ts latest show, “Feet Don’t Fail Me,” to Livermore’s Bankhead Theater on March 31, Details: 8 p.m.; $16-$50; 925-373-6800, lvpac.org..
——. LIFE IN THE CAPSULE. Bradley has likened the journey to a camping trip in the sky. The balloon’s capsule is about the size of a large tent — 7 feet long, 5 feet wide and 5 feet tall, which leaves the pilots little room to move around. Since they’re flying at an altitude of at least 15,000 feet, they have oxygen masks and are bundled up to cope with the 50-degree temperature inside the capsule. They have sleeping bags and a small onboard heater. The balloon is also equipped with a simple toilet.