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It has reached a point where Ballet San Jose’s “The Nutcracker” is almost as much a seasonal tradition as Christmas in the Park. For more than three decades, the company has put on its version of “Nutcracker,” with justly acclaimed choreography by artistic director Dennis Nahat. This year, it runs Dec. 11-26 at the Center for the Performing Arts, with tickets ranging from $30 to $100 for full performances and a family-friendly $16-$60 for special children’s matinees (visit www.balletsj.org for more details and tickets). Of course, there is the “other” “Nutcracker” at the CPA — the one produced by the San Jose Dance Theatre with a mix of ballet students and professionals. It will be staged Dec. 3-5 with the Silicon Valley Symphony providing music. Tickets are $22-$52, www.ticketguys.com. Visit www.sjdt.org for details.

Every Christmas Story Ever Told: San Jose Stage Company presents, back by popular demand, a comic play that touches on a variety of favorite holiday tales, Through Dec, 18, The Stage, 490 S, First St., San Jose, $20-$40, 408.283.7142 or www.sanjosestage.com, Higher Fire Gallery: A variety of housewares, jewelry and decorative ceramic pieces created by local artists and available for purchase, Higher Fire Clayspace & rtbu 6 keys locking zip beginner ballet wedge boot fetish dominatrix black Gallery, 499 S, Market St., San Jose, 408.295.5765 or www.HigherFireStudios.com..

Although the larger arena where the Dead once played would likely become office space, Bradley suggested Moscow’s Bolshoi Ballet as a model for the development, by accommodating both performance and rehearsal space needs as well as providing room for classrooms and administrative work. In its response to the city’s request for proposals for the site, Orton pointed to work completed by the firm and its partners. These include the architect Henry Manus, which previously worked on San Francisco’s City Hall and Masonic Auditorium; structural engineer Nabih Youssef, veteran of projects including UCLA’s Pauley Pavilion, Los Angeles City Hall and San Francisco’s 50 U.N. Plaza building; and Oakland landscape architect Walter Hood, who designed the sprucing up of San Francisco’s Powell Street below Union Square and the new De Young Museum in Golden Gate Park.

“Perhaps most exciting are the plans being developed for redevelopment of the former First National Bank building in the heart of the Transit Corridor directly across the street from our new CalTrain station on San Bruno Avenue,” said Ruane, “The property has been sold to a new owner who is working closely with our staff and rtbu 6 keys locking zip beginner ballet wedge boot fetish dominatrix black adjacent property owners to consider a new transit-oriented, mixed use residential and commercial project.”, The number of building permits has increased, and business investment in San Bruno continues to be very strong..

Shakespeare in Love: Through Feb. 3, Lucie Stern Theater, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. Set against the backdrop of mistaken identity, ruthless scheming and backstage theatrics, this romantic romp imagines the fictional love affair between William Shakespeare and the woman who inspires him to write his first masterpiece. $25-$52. paplayers.org. Dragon in the Drop-Off Lane: 5 p.m. Saturdays, through Feb. 23, The Marsh Berkeley, 2120 Allston Way, Berkeley. A wry, comedic and incisive look at the profound societal differences between gritty East Bay living and the idealized-to-the-point-of-ridiculous realm of Marin. $20-$100. www.themarsh.org.