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Q That’s a good point. A parent, even with the best intentions, could derail your confidence by suggesting you need a Plan B. A Yeah. I have a son. He’s only 4, and he is already an amazing performer. The last thing I want him to do is be a performer. (Laughs.) So at this point I am trying to cobble together some way of exposing him to everything, and hoping he’ll choose a different line of work. Q Why wouldn’t you want him in the business? You have been successful. A Even though I have been quote-successful-unquote, there is still a lot of heartbreak. You end up having to make yourself very vulnerable. I would never, ever want anyone to tell my son he wasn’t an amazing kid. I think I would take it harder than he would. I had it so easy, but coming up through the ranks there were some real letdowns.

The Z Space production spills out into the lobby, where a curated art show features pieces by Bay Area and national ballet slipper necklace - sterling silver ballet necklace - personalised disc necklace - dancer necklace - layering necklace artists exploring similar themes in their work, The visual imagery inside and outside the theater is often striking, but it’s the contrast between the innocent melodies and the violent and lascivious commentary that sticks, “I chose nursery rhymes because when I started performing the songs in the Mission as a street performer, I needed a way to draw the audience in,”  Arnett  said, “I wasn’t going to do that doing songs like Pussy Riot, I knew that nursery rhymes, sounding sweet and familiar would do that, I find it hilarious to have that music with that content.”..

Delta Blues Festival Benefit Concert: 7 p.m. March 2, El Campanil Theatre, 602 W Second St., Antioch. Featuring award-winning blues, R&B and Americana vocalist Shemekia Copeland. $15-$40. www.deltabluesfestival.net. Classical Music Concert: 7:30 p.m. March 2, Unitarian Universalist Church of Berkeley, 1 Lawson Road, Kensington. Bryan Baker conducts Beethoven’s Mass in C, featuring the combined choirs of the Unitarian Universalist Churches of Berkeley and San Francisco. $15-$20. www.uucb.org.

Participants are allowed five minutes each to perform, ballet slipper necklace - sterling silver ballet necklace - personalised disc necklace - dancer necklace - layering necklace We encourage you to bring work on any subject, your own or that of another writer, as long as it is neither insulting nor abusive, Everyone is invited whether performing or listening and enjoying, This event is free and open to the public, Open Mic is presented by Brentwood Writes, an adjunct of the Brentwood Art, Society and the Brentwood Community Library, It is hosted by Kati Short, poet laureate, For more information, call 925-634-6655 or email Short at shortkati@yahoo.com..

The Smuin company approached him about making a work to commemorate that pivotal summer, and, despite being too young to have had any direct experience with it, “I was excited about it right away,” says McIntyre in a phone interview. “I am generally interested in popular music, and I’m interested in making pieces where I get to explore a culture or a historical period, but not necessarily create a narrative. “To learn about what that summer meant for San Francisco and what it meant culturally and get to immerse myself and learn from it has been a journey,” the choreographer continues. “Among everyone I talked to who was there, I don’t think I found two people who had the same opinions about it. What that summer meant (to them) is wildly different. It was a bit of a Rorschach test for people, in that they could implant their life experience onto what was available at that time.