Both key actors find shades in the spiral of emotions that sucks the characters into darkness. Daniel Chung nails Dennis’ ability to radiate blankness through eyes that seem almost dead. Jackie Chung pivots through a spectrum of feelings and fears in a dizzying dance macabre. Still it’s hard to hold onto a sense of connection and coherence amid the carnage. If each individual vignette had the power to stand on its own, as in Caryl Churchill’s “Love and Information,” we could find meaning in the dissonance. Or at least a feeling of questions desperate to be asked. But this “Office Hour” leaves us as uncertain as we are unsettled, the jolt of shots echoing in our ears.
Participants should bring leather gloves, a hat, water and heavy duty wire cutters, Extras will be available, Please wear long pants and a long soft pink let's dance baby blanket with pink ballet shoes personalized monogram embroidery sleeve shirt as well as sturdy hiking boots for work on the hillside, A pizza lunch will be provided as well as a morning snack, Volunteers from the Walnut Creek Open Space Foundation, the East Bay Trail Dogs, the Orinda Hiking Club, the Mt, Diablo Trash Removal Project Team, the Rossmoor Trails Club and the city of Walnut Creek Open Space are participating in this event..
Erricson Himmelberger Gallery. “Which World Will Survive.” Paintings and etchings by Jacek Sroka. May 24-June 24. Reception 6-8 p.m. May 24 (free). Erricson Himmelberger Gallery, 855 Santa Cruz Ave., Menlo Park. 650-566-1006. Palo Alto Art Center. “Clear Story,” site-specific, walk-in installation by Bay Area artist Mildred Howard, through August, King Plaza, in front of Palo Alto City Hall. “LawnBowls: A Site-Specific Environmental Installation,” by Judith Selby Lang, through February 2013, Palo Alto Lawn Bowls Club, 474 Embarcadero, Palo Alto. “Water Lilies,” by Judith Selby Lang, large-scale floating structures made of plastic bottles calling attention to issues of water pollution, recycling, reuse and environmental sustainability, through September, Baylands Nature Preserve, 2775 Embarcadero Road, Palo Alto. www.cityofpaloalto.org/artcenter.
“His passing has left a deep sorrow in the collective heart of Bishop O’Dowd,” Father Jim Sullivan said in his opening remarks during a celebration of Lucas’ life Sunday in the O’Dowd chapel, Sullivan and some soft pink let's dance baby blanket with pink ballet shoes personalized monogram embroidery of Lucas’ former students shared some of the jokes they had heard in class, Congregants also joined with Brian Judd and members of the O’Dowd chorus in singing John Lennon’s “Imagine” at the start of the celebration, the Beatles’ “In My Life” in the middle and Bruno Mars’s “Count on Me” at the end..
An Evening with Patti LuPone and Mandy Patinkin. 8 p.m. April 26. Show tunes by Stephen Sondheim, Rodgers and Hammerstein, Andrew Lloyd Webber and more. Bing Concert Hall, 327 Lasuen St., Stanford University. $100- $250. $35 for current Stanford students. live.stanford.edu or 650-724-2464. Larry Vuckovich’s Tribute to Vince Guaraldi. 7:30 p.m. April 26. Larry Vuckovich, piano; Noel Jewkes, reeds; Akira Tana, drums; Josh Workman, guitar; John Santos, percussion; and Seward McCain, bass. Community School of Music and Arts, Tateuchi Hall, 230 San Antonio Circle, Mountain View. $15-$40, at Peninsula Music & Repair, 4333 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, 650-948-5000; The Record Man, 1322 El Camino Real, Redwood City, 650-368-9065; Vinyl Solution, 151 W. 25th Ave., San Mateo, 650-571-0440; or Groove Yard, 5555 Claremont Ave., Oakland, 510-655-8400.
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