4 “BURNING MENSCH”: The Oshman Family Jewish Community Center in Palo Alto May 26 will celebrate the holiday of Lag b’Omer with a Burning Man-inspired event (it’s a fitting theme, since Lag b’Omer observations often include massive bonfires). The celebration on the JCC parking lot will include fire sculptures, live music and dance, art and a host of family-friendly activities. Details: 5-10 p.m.; free; https://paloaltojcc.org. 5 VALLEY DANCE THEATRE: The Tri-Valley company’s annual spring program features the premieres of two new commissioned works, “Quartz” and “Moonstone,” in addition to revivals of popular works “Asian Artistry” and “Pearl.” The performances include live accompaniment by The Valley Dance Theatre Pit Orchestra.
“The same police that should be protecting us will turn us over to (ICE),” Trujillo said through a translator, At Cesar Chavez Elementary in San Jose, parents organized 400 students to march around campus during recess, At Horner Junior High in Fremont, students, parents and teachers met at the flagpole to express support for schools, then walked together to class when the bell rang, At Quail Run Elementary in San Ramon, teachers lined the walkway and carried signs like 1yard 10mm wide ballet skirt beaded measles lace trim paillette trim wedding party cake decor clothing accessories diy black “Lucky to be a part of public schools.”..
But all is not as it seems. In Powell’s screenplay, as in the ballet, a battle ensues among mice, tin soldiers, Clara, Philip and various others, but it is in service of an extraneous power struggle that doesn’t make much logical sense if you think about it too hard. (Don’t worry, you won’t. There’s too much to look at.) A subplot involves Clara’s journey of self-discovery and feminist empowerment, a seemingly de rigueur plot point these days in every female-centric Disney offering from “Beauty and the Beast” to “A Wrinkle in Time.”.
Two on Tap: 2:30 p.m, April 29, Los Gatos High School Theater, 20 High School Court, Los Gatos, This collaboration of celebrated musical theater veterans, Melissa Giattino and Ron DeStefano, features timeless Broadway show tunes, http://www.lgcca.org/, Magic Lantern 3-D Show Series: Tuesdays, May 1-Nov, 20, San Mateo County History Museum, 2200 Broadway, 1yard 10mm wide ballet skirt beaded measles lace trim paillette trim wedding party cake decor clothing accessories diy black Redwood City, A 3-D video-mapping light show, http://visitrwc.org/, Wine & Dine Orinda Restaurant Tour: 5:30-8:30 p.m, May 1, Orinda Theater District, A tour of Orinda’s favorite and new restaurants with food from 15 restaurants and vendors, plus music and art, $40, OrindaChamber.org..
MUSIC Series. California Pops Orchestra. All shows begin at 3 p.m. Feb. 8: On Broadway; including music from “Cabaret” and “Mamma Mia.” March 29: Swing it!; tribute to the Big Bands, with guests Black Tie Jazz. May 17: Spies, Heroes, Comedy and Mayhem; featuring music from “The Untouchables,” “Mission Impossible,” “The Lone Arranger” (with apology to Rossini) and more. Smithwick Theater, Foothill College, 12345 El Monte Road, Los Altos Hills. $15-$42. Free parking in lots 5 and 6. 650 856-8432 or www.calpops.org.
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