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The second part of the performance will showcase student choreography, which keeps to the theme of the show. “I am very proud of the work my dancers are doing on their own,” Asia said. Along with her classes for adults, Asia teaches two, six-week, global dance courses at Ocean Shore Elementary here in Pacifica. Her seven global dancers, six girls and one boy ranging in age from 6 to 9, are a part of Asia and Arabesque’s “When The Drummers Were Women” event, which additionally features 33 belly dancers.

Bay Area News Group, PALO ALTO — Another tragedy has befallen the Mexican dance community of the Bay Area, Susan Valerie Cashion, co-founder of the Los Lupenos dance company and former Stanford University dance director, died Thursday after stepping onto the path of an approaching commuter train, Cashion taught Mexican, Latin American and modern dance at Stanford for 35 years and served as director of the university’s dance division for nearly 25 years, She co-founded Los Lupenos in pink ballet shoes, dresses & flowers ribbon trim 5 yards - sew on - jackets - backpacks - jeans - craft - supply - dress - sewin 1969 with the late Ramon Morones, her longtime partner who was shot and killed in 2011 during an argument at Cashion’s ranch in the Mexican state of Jalisco..

For more information, contact Dance Daze founder Saumirah McWoodson at Saumirah@dancedaze.org or go to www.dancedazeinschools.org. According to Mary Davis, vice president of the Senior Foundation and event chair, the foundation “relies on this fundraiser to continue to provide the best services to the area’s senior population.”. Proceeds will be used to replenish the funds needed annually to run the Meals on Wheels program, which provides nourishment to the homebound. Tickets are $20 and can be bought in advance at the Senior Center, 9300 Alcosta Blvd.

To donate to the Hope Program, go to www.phs-spca.org/hope or donations can be applied to the program for phone, mailed or over-the-counter donations as long as the Hope Program is mentioned, The luncheon benefit — themed “Over the Top” — was attended by 225 people who had an opportunity to bid on a variety pink ballet shoes, dresses & flowers ribbon trim 5 yards - sew on - jackets - backpacks - jeans - craft - supply - dress - sewin of lovely and unique holiday table settings and festive floral displays donated by some of the Bay Area’s best designers, A boutique marketplace also invited holiday shopping..

The audience was the big winner at Children’s Musical Theater San Jose’s 26th annual Cabaret Night gala on Saturday at the City National Civic. More than 500 people attended the Monopoly-themed fundraiser, which showcased dozens of CMT alums and current actors performing pieces from the company’s past and future shows. And while there was plenty of applause for actors who came from far and wide to perform — alum Josh Miyaji referred to it as their version of a high school, college and family reunion wrapped up into one night — the biggest cheers probably went to 12-year-old Matthew Dean. The San Jose boy wowed the crowd with an acrobatic dance display from “Electricity,” one of the hits from “Billy Elliot The Musical.”.