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Palo Alto Players. “Young Frankenstein.” April 25 through May 11. By Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan, based on the film by Brooks. Directed by Patrick Klein. Featuring Steven Ennis as Dr. Frederick Frankenstein, Lindsay Stark as Elizabeth Benning, Jessica Whittemore as Inga, George Mauro as The Hermit and Inspector Hans Kemp, Michael D. Reed as The Monster, Joey McDaniel as Igor, Linda Piccone as Frau Blücher, Shawn Bender as Dr. Victor Von Frankenstein; and Tony Gonzales, Mohamed Ismail, Andrew Kracht, Joey Montes, Alex Rubin and Michael Saenz, male ensemble; and Christina Bolognini, Jennifer Butler, Stacey Hamilton, Jessica Maxey, Michelle McComb, Noelani Neal, and Elana Ron, female ensemble. Lucie Stern Theater, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. $26–$48. 650-329-0891 or www.paplayers.org.
Dancing to Sergei Prokofiev’s lush and often melancholic 1945 score, Maria Kochetkova was a pliant, dreamy Cinderella, and Joan Boada an earnestly boyish Prince, Their first dance encounter, when he is impersonating a street urchin she has sheltered womens slippers, ballet slippers, womens house shoes, casual slippers, individual sewing, gift for mom, gift for her, ladies sli in the house, is tentative and heartfelt, shy in a memorable way, and is begun with her feet on top of his, But the later love pas de deux were formulaic and grew wearisome as Wheeldon clung to motifs that signaled “this is love” — Boada endlessly lifting, Kochetkova spinning and leaping, Ballet choreographers need to look at what choreographers outside the opera houses are doing..
Falko Forbrich purchased the building in 1991. The front is home to Recycle Bookstore, an appliance store and an alterations business, but the back is home to Alameda Artworks. Forbrich divided the spacious back area into studios opening off a central hallway. Skylights allow natural light in during the day and the artists have a camaraderie that is infectious. The fifth annual fall open studios is Nov. 2-3 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day at Alameda Artworks, 1968 The Alameda. The event is a benefit for Sacred Heart Community Service, with the artists donating 10 percent of their sales to the nonprofit.
These works will be presented in dance performances that take place Feb, 17, 7 p.m, and Feb, 18, 2:30 and 7 womens slippers, ballet slippers, womens house shoes, casual slippers, individual sewing, gift for mom, gift for her, ladies sli p.m, at the Dance Theatre at San Jose State University, Spartan Complex SPX 219, San Jose, With the ChoreoProject, sjDANCEco showcases professional choreographers who work in a variety of dance styles, from contemporary to ballet to hip-hop, Featured choreographers include many familiar names from Bay Area stages, such as Margaret Wingrove, founder and artistic director of the Margaret Wingrove Dance Company, which recently celebrated its 31st anniversary, and Dalia Rawson, a former dancer and now choreographer with Ballet San Jose, Other ChoreoProject choreographers are Milissa Payne Bradley, Lisa Burnett, Kim T, Davis, Dominic Duong, Erin East, Jazon Escultura, Nhan Ho, Anne-Rene Petracra, Michael Saenz, Ray Tadio, and Kelly Kemp..
Lillian and Don were Stanford tailgaters, and when both were widowed, they turned to each other for support in their grief. Support turned to love, and the two have been married for 11 years. Made in Japan is $18 at Hakone Gardens and its purchase there benefits the garden. Some 20 books were also donated to the Saratoga Library. It’s also at Barnes & Noble and Amazon. DONORS HONORED: Michael and Mary Ellen Fox hosted a brunch at their Fancy Farm Saratoga digs one recent Sunday to honor doctors and donors of the new cancer clinic now abuilding in Mountain View. The new clinic is under the auspices of the Palo Alto Medical Foundation.