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Yes, of course, says Bill Irwin. You do have to exercise, for strength mainly, and to protect the smaller muscles that permit the sort of flexibility you need for physical comedy. “I was born with a certain sort of ligamenture,” says Irwin, who opens this week in the American Conservatory Theatre Company production of Moliere’s “Scapin.” As he speaks, Irwin’s neck seems to grow, not to giraffe proportions, but enough to impress and add a couple of inches of height. Then his skeleton begins to do a slow sort of modern dance inside his skin. His arms and shoulders ripple, for lack of a better word to describe this internal ballet, and his legs seem to move slyly, as if they are trying to sneak away.
For more information, call 925-354-9039, Pittsburg theater to open season with drama Friday, PITTSBURG — Pittsburg Community Theatre will open its 2011-12 season with “The Quality of Life” at 8 p.m, Friday at the Impulse Technology Building, site of Pacific Community Services, 329 Railroad Ave, “The Quality of Life” explores the meaning of life and death from the standpoint of opposite beliefs, Two couples, one from Ohio who are born-again Christian, and the other from Berkeley who are vintage ballerina mending her shoe card, ballet card, ballerina greeting card, mother's day card, carrier-belleuse card, dan free-spirited, each face personal tragedy, Bill Schneider (Concord) and Lisa Luttinger (Bay Point) have lost their home to fire and Bill is facing terminal cancer, Barbara Halperin-Jacobs (Clayton) and Jim Campbell (Pittsburg) mourn the murder of their college-aged daughter, Though the subject is serious, there is still room for the author, Jane Anderson, to ply her sense of humor..
• • • • •. TheatreWorks Silicon Valley, Jane Austen’s “Emma,” Lucie Stern Theatre, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. See “Emma” come to life on stage as a musical, bringing with it all the spirit, generosity and matchmaking mishaps of the novel. Various times through Jan. 2. $19-$80. 650.327.1200, theatreworks.org. • • • • •. Willow Glen Elementary School tree lighting ceremony, 1425 Lincoln Ave., San Jose. The festival includes pictures with Santa, holiday crafts and performances by students. Events get underway at 5:30 p.m. and end at 8 p.m. willowglen.org.
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The event will include a car show, ballet and karate demonstrations and live music, Wright said. Fees for chamber businesses to reserve a space is $150, nonmembers are $250. For more information, call 925-757-1800 or visit www.antiochchamber.com. The event at 755 Railroad Ave. will feature a 16-foot-tall viewing screen that will show an episode of Food Network’s “Cupcake Wars” in which Sassy Sweets will be competing against other cupcake bakers. The bakery on Railroad Avenue is the third location opened by owner Monique Cortes, a Pittsburg native who opened the first Sassy Sweets in 2009 in Carmichael, a suburb of Sacramento, and a second location in Folsom in 2012.