Between performances, concertgoers will have ample opportunity to fortify themselves with culinary delights. The main event is “A Taste of Napa” (July 18, 500 First St.), which features top chefs from Napa, San Francisco and Oakland in a juried, course-by-course cook-off, with wine from 40 local vintners, food from more than two dozen restaurants and food artisans and live music. Each day brings a wealth of lunches, dinners, tastings and demonstrations; participating wineries include Bouchaine, Buena Vista, Charles Krug, Far Niente, Provenance, St. Supery, Tamber Bey and V. Sattui.
With many in the arts community still flower girl flats, ballet flats, champagne, pink, blush, elegant, vintage style, shoes, first communion, ballerina slippers, lac reeling over the loss of San Jose Rep, the fact that the ballet stayed afloat is the source of great relief, It was also seen as a vote of confidence that the valley, often knocked as an industry town interested only in high tech, also values the arts, The region has lost not only the Rep, which went under last year, but also Shakespeare Santa Cruz, which died in 2013 (before being reincarnated in a smaller form) and American Musical Theatre of San Jose, which perished in 2008..
“We use just a suggestion of a set with our production values in the lighting and costumes,” McMullen said. “I look at the show as a dream with each scene separate onto itself.”. McMullen is hoping to blur the lines between myth and reality for his audience as he includes themes of salvation, the difficulty of change and the need for sacrifice. His story tells of a Romanian nobleman (Robyn Gray) who comes to the sanitarium to be treated by Dr. Seward (Chris Westphal) for a wasting disease. His handsome visage and dexterity in the tango, the latest dance craze, entice the doctor’s young wards: Lucy and Blossom (Dee Wagner and Melody Perrera). The Irish cook (Elena Ruggiero), however, senses a dark side to the doctor’s new patient. Others in the cast include: Geoffrey Colton (Harker); Austin Pierce (Hoskins); John Hale (Helsinger); and John McMullen (Renfield).
4th Annual SFJAZZ Girls Day, Saturday, March 17, 11:00am – 3:00pm, Lavay Smith & Her Red Hot Skillet Lickers, Thursday, March 15 – Saturday, March 17, 7:00pm & 8:30pm, Sunday, March 18, 6:00pm & 7:30p, Dave Holland Residency, Dave Holland, solo, Thursday, March 22, 7:30pm, The run begins with a very rare solo program showcasing the unparalleled heights of Holland’s bass mastery, recalling his iconic ECM release Emerald Tears, This flower girl flats, ballet flats, champagne, pink, blush, elegant, vintage style, shoes, first communion, ballerina slippers, lac intimate encounter offers a precious insight into the creative process of a true jazz giant..
The Peatot Purium Party 2013. 8 p.m. Feb. 23. Club Fox, 2209 Broadway, Redwood City. $20. 877-435-9849 or www.clubfoxrwc.com. Mitch Woods (Club Fox Blues Jam). 7 p.m. Feb. 27. Club Fox, 2209 Broadway, Redwood City. $5. 877-435-9849 or www.clubfoxrwc.com. Pear Avenue Theatre. “The Apple Never Falls.” By Paul Braverman. World premiere. Directed by Michael Champlin. Feb. 22-March 10. Featuring Diane Tasca, Dale Albright, Keith C. Marshall, Ken Boswell, John Musgrave, Katie O’Bryon Champlin, Patricia Tyler, Todd Wright and Michael Weiland. Pear Avenue Theatre, 1220 Pear Ave., Mountain View. $10-$30 (discounts for seniors, students, and groups). 650-254-1148 or www.thepear.org.
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