For complete information (times and locations) and to signup for a workshop, visit http://www.pittsburgcommunitytheatre.org/Workshops.html. Or, call 925-439-PLAY (7529). Registration fees apply, $10-$25 per session. Golden Follies to play El Campanil. ANTIOCH — The Golden Follies presents “Curtain Up!” at 2 p.m. July 10 at El Campanil Theatre, 602 W. Second St. The variety show is packed with memorable music, featuring classic movies, striking women and a rousing, flag-waving tribute to the United States. Senior performers, ages 60 through 91, electrify the stage with their talent, energy and pizazz! Adorned in glamorous costumes, executing stylish choreography they rock the stage as they tap, kick, strut and dazzle with their radiant smiles and showmanship. Featured with the Golden Follies will be outstanding S.F. Chanteuse Wiggy Darlinton.
The connection serves as the recipe for Breadsters, a comic series created by the 13-year-old eighth-grader that shares what life is like for students attending middle school in one of the most diverse school districts in the country, Her “carb characters” include teachers, adults and students taking the form of different types of bread, Characters echo the types of classmates familiar at just about any school across America, baby girl zebra shoes and headband set,baby girls shoes,disney shoes, zebra print ballet baby shoes, crib shoes and headband. including “Stud Muffin,” the school’s resident jock, and “Gucci,” the fasionista..
T.C. Boyle. Reading. 8 p.m. May 6. Cemex Auditorium, Stanford. Free. 650-723-0011 or http://arts.stanford.edu/event/a-reading-by-t-c-boyle/. Poetry Out Loud Competition. 7 pm May 23. Margaret Jacks Hall, Stanford. 843-754-8919 or http://arts.stanford.edu/event/poetry-out-loud-competition/. Krystina Tran. Piano recital. 8 p.m. May 10. Campbell Recital Hall, Stanford. Free. http://music.stanford.edu/Events/calendar.html. Cypress String Quartet. Salon Series 2012-2013: Sturm und Drang. Dvorák: Love Songs, the Cypresses. Mozart: String Quartet in C Major, K. 465 “Dissonant.” George Tsontakis: String Quartet No. 5. Beethoven: String Quartet in F Major, Op. 59 No. 1. 8 p.m. May 10, Pearson Theater at Meyer Sound, 2832 San Pablo Ave., Berkeley. 8 p.m. May 11, Gallery Wendi Norris, 161 Jessie St., San Francisco. 3 p.m. May 12, Stonebrook Court Manor, 1235 Stonebrook Court, Los Altos Hills. $50. 415-392-4400 or www.cypressquartet.com/special-projects/cypress-salon-series.
Teacher Ginger Brown was inspired to put together the performances after her special-education students created a quilt called “Black History: They Left Their Stamp on the World.”, “It came out so beautifully, we wanted to show it to the school,” she said, The quilt has 16 panels, each designed to look like a baby girl zebra shoes and headband set,baby girls shoes,disney shoes, zebra print ballet baby shoes, crib shoes and headband. postage stamp with an image of a prominent African-American, The students drew the portraits, which were transferred to special fabric and stitched into a quilt by Brown’s mother, Martha Brown..
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