Palo Alto Players. “Million Dollar Quartet.” Sept. 16 through Oct. 1. Book by Colin Escott and Floyd Mutrux. Inspired by Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins. Lucie Stern Theatre, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto. www.paplayers.org or 650-329-0891. Sunnyvale Community Players. “Fiddler on the Roof.” Sept. 16 through Oct. 8. Book by Joseph Stein. Music by Jerry Bock. Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick. Directed by Steve Shapiro and Matt Welch. Sunnyvale Theatre, Sunnyvale Community Center, 550 E. Remington Drive, Sunnyvale. $27-33. sunnyvaleplayers.org or 408-733-6611.
SUNDAY: The first half of the final season of “Mad Men” comes to a close tonight, Let’s hope Don (Jon Hamm) can keep behaving himself and that Peggy (Elisabeth Moss) finally emerges from her funk, 10 p.m., AMC, MONDAY: Gordon Ramsay launches another season of “MasterChef,” and you know what that means: Food fight! 8 p.m., Fox, MONDAY: If you loved that freakfest known as “Flowers in the Attic,” you’ll want the ballet slippers book to return for “Petals on the Wind.” It’s the sequel that leaps ahead 10 years to find siblings Cathy and Christopher Dollanganger (Rose McIver and Wyatt Nash) dealing with the forbidden lust they have for each other, Ellen Burstyn and Heather Graham also star, 9 p.m., Lifetime..
“The way my dad puts it,” Hurlburt said during a recent phone interview, “I came home when I was 6 or 7 and asked to take a dance class, and that was it. Jazz and tap, competitive dance, till college. “At Skidmore College, they pretty much made me into a ballet dancer.”. Hurlburt was “ready to go to New York and try to be a Broadway guy,” he said, “But my parents made the right decison. They said, ‘No, you are going to go to school.'”. It ended up being the right school and the right time, because he was the only guy in a class taught by “a wonderful teacher, Denise Warner Limoli.”.
Councilwoman Cindy Abbott gave a progress update on last year’s selected initiative, “The Last Mile.”, “Our goal was to identify and create sustainable opportunities for students, faculty, staff, and community members to conveniently and economically travel (from public transit locations or other locations) to Skyline College, reducing travel time without increasing vehicle miles traveled,” said Abbott, “Being 4 to 7 the ballet slippers book miles from BART stations and with limited bus service, travel time can be 45 minutes to upwards of an hour and 15 minutes.”..
Still, that wouldn’t be true to “Everybody’s” breezy narrative structure and boys-will-be-boys attitude. That’s the tone established from start and carried through to the end credits, where the cast does a hilarious killer rap. It makes for a joyous finale to a lighthearted, affectionate gaze back to a time in a young man’s life when meaning could be found not only in baseball, but in weed, music and women. Randy Myers is a freelance film critic and is the president of the San Francisco Film Critics Circle.
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