Which brings us back to the wooden sheep. Their appearance two months ago marks the first new sign on the property since Michael was born. The Kukars had tired of the notoriety. They wanted to concentrate on rearing their baby. But with the news that Jill is due in April, George began to worry that he might be slighting their second child. He decided to produce a series of signs to alert motorists to the pending birth. So he enlisted Jill, and they cut the sheep silhouettes out of plywood, painted 12 white and one black (why not?) and wrote the first message: “Do a little Dance.”.
Woodside Community Theatre, “The Sound Of Music, Oct, 19 through Oct, 28, Woodside High School Performing Arts Center, 199 Churchill Ave., Woodside, 800-838-3006 or woodsidetheatre.brownpapertickets.com, Hillsdale High School, “Cabaret.” Oct, 26 through Nov, 4, Little Theatre, Hillsdale High School, 3115 Del Monte St., San Mateo, $10-$15, www.hillsdalehigh.com/drama, Josh Kornbluth, “The Ethics of Wealth: Love & Taxes.” 7 p.m, Nov, 1, Cemax Auditorium, Knight Management ballet leotards 3t Center, Stanford University, Free with reservation, www.stanfordtickets.org/tickets/calendar/view.aspx?id=4740..
Town Hall’s ‘Moon Over Buffalo’ opens Saturday. For the final show of Town Hall Theatre’s 2014-2015 season, veteran director Scott Fryer returns to helm one of the greatest farces of our time, Ken Ludwig’s “Moon Over Buffalo.”. For George & Charlotte Hay, two Broadway has-beens, time is running out. After a short stint in Hollywood, they’ve retreated to run a repertory theater in Buffalo, N.Y., all hope for stardom is lost … until legendary director Frank Capra loses the lead in his upcoming film adaptation of “The Scarlet Pimpernel.” If Capra likes what he sees at that afternoon’s repertory matinee, the two fading stars may get a second chance.
Museum curator Dana Smith, who wrote grants and received funding from the Carl and Celia Betra Gellert Foundation and the First National Bank of Northern California, produced the exhibit, Admission to the event is free and refreshments will be served, Live entertainment — taiko (drums), kyudo (archery), dance, singing, anime (animation) performance, and more ballet leotards 3t — as well as displays, demonstrations, food, vendor booths, and activities for all will provide lots of fun, The Millbrae Chamber of Commerce and the City of Millbrae are the lead sponsors of the event, Other sponsors and partners include Hansen Bridgett, LLP; Comcast; Japanese Chamber of Commerce; Peninsula Healthcare District; Consulate General of Japan in San Francisco; South San Francisco Scavenger Co.; Tokyo Express Co, Inc.; Union Bank; BaySpo; Sports J; Vivendi Navigation Inc.; Mills High School Japanese Culture Club; and JA Insurance Services..
The blow-out “menu” pays tribute to another California specialty–wine. Ask for the sangria and get a beach wave style, or try the merlot for a smooth and straight look. Dance and Wright decided on a trolley for their mobile beauty bar and blowout salon because–why not?. The two set off to find a manufacturer for the trolley replica and discovered that “anyone can buy a trolley.”. But the D’railed trolley was built from bottom to top with the beauty business in mind. Dance said the design process took more than a year, each step with an Oregon company that specializes in bringing old school cable cars replicas to the streets.