The play, “The Memory Tax,” was written by San Jose native Chad Eschman, who recently finished his masters of fine art at Northwestern University. He met his artistic collaborators — Scotty Arnold, Lauren Baines, Devin Bertsch and Matthew Johns — when they were all students at SCU’s Department of Theatre and Dance. Eschman, Baines, Bertsch and Johns later founded the San Jose-based Cardboard Box Theatre Project, which workshopped the play a few years ago. They were all brought back together this spring when “The Memory Tax” was selected as one of six plays to be presented through the Araca Project, which provides opportunities for emerging theater artists. Of course, now they — and three other members of the creative team — are spread across several cities in three states, necessitating the mostly electronic link. They’re even fundraising for the show with PayPal and crowd-funding site Indiegogo.
The San Mateo County History Museum, “Relocation: A Constitutional Mistake of Historic Proportions,” presentation by Steve Okamoto about the forced removal of Japanese from the Pacific Coast during World War II, 1 p.m, Feb, 15, San Mateo County History Museum, 2200 Broadway, Redwood City, Free with admission to the Museum: $5 for adults, $3 for students and seniors, www.historysmc.org or 650-299-0104, Smuin Ballet 2014 XXravaganza Gala, March 1, Black-tie event includes honorary chairs Elaine and Tony La Russa, event co-chairs Patti and Jerry Hume, Athena and John Konstin, and guest auctioneers former San Francisco Mayor Willie L, Brown and “Voice of the Giants” Renel Brooks-Moon, State Sen, Mark Leno to make a presentation from the State Senate in honor of Smuin Ballet, Cocktail reception, silent auction, dinner, live auction, performance ballerina on pointe, 24k gold leaf, ballet shoes painting, framed artwork, art by Smuin Ballet dancers, The Galleria, 101 Henry Adams St., San Francisco, Tables of 10 are $5,000-$20,000 to $5,000, Individual, $350-$1,000, 415-556-5000, ext.106 or www.smuinballet.org..
“With the Lawn-Be-Gone program, single-family residential Redwood City Water customers can qualify for $1 per square foot of lawn removed and replaced with drought tolerant plants.”. “The Lawn-Be-Gone program not only makes our homes and neighborhoods more beautiful, it also promotes a sustainable community by saving thousands of gallons of water every year,” Redwood City Mayor Jeffrey Gee also wrote in an email. “The City encourages its residents to consider this worthwhile program as we all do our part to conserve our precious water resource.”.
2 shows by OneRepublic: OneRepublic ballerina on pointe, 24k gold leaf, ballet shoes painting, framed artwork, art made its mark with its very first album, “Dreaming Out Loud,” which was propelled by the single “Apologize” to platinum status, Since then, the Colorado pop-rock act has notched such hits as the worldwide smash “Counting Stars.” OneRepublic is on the road in support of its fourth studio album, “Oh My My,” and has two Bay Area concerts this weekend, Fitz and the Tantrums (the dance-pop act behind such hits as “HandClap” and “The Walker”) and James Arthur are also on the bill, Details: 7 p.m, Saturday at Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View; $36-$156; 7 p.m, Aug, 27 at Concord Pavilion; $36.50-$146.50; www.livenation.com.— Jim Harrington, Staff..
“From the Canyons to the Stars,” Jan. 31, UC Berkeley’s Zellerbach Hall: The year got off to a dazzling start with a multimedia performance of “Des Canyons aux Etoiles” (From the Canyons to the Stars) by French composer Olivier Messiaen. David Robertson conducted the St. Louis Symphony, and with a spectacular video montage by Berkeley photographer Deborah O’Grady, the hall was filled with color and light, birdsong and otherworldly harmonies. Reading this on your phone or tablet? Stay up to date on Bay Area and Silicon Valley news with our new, free mobile app. Get it from the Apple app store or the Google Play store.
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