Details: 9 p.m.; Warfield Theater; $24.50-$44.50; axs.com. 5 “La Voix humaine”: SF Opera Lab presents Francis Poulenc’s intense one-person opera about an increasingly desperate woman’s final call to her unfaithful lover. Starring in the production is acclaimed Italian soprano Anna Caterina Antonacci, who has won raves for her performance in this challenging work. She’ll be accompanied by pianist Donald Sulzen. Details: 8 p.m. March 11, 14, 17; Taube Atrium Theater, Veteran’s Building, San Francisco; $95; 415-864-3330, sfoperalab.com.
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“We were able to keep a nod to Michael while creating something new,” she adds. Smuin has already performed “The Christmas Ballet” in Walnut Creek and Carmel, and after the company ends its run in Mountain View on Dec. 11, it will bring the show to San Francisco, its home base. “We don’t have one home theater, so we’ve created a different model” for staging shows, Fushille says. “Audiences used to come into (San Francisco) to see us; now we come into their cities.”. Smuin performs “The Christmas Ballet” Dec. 9 at 8 p.m. Dec. 10 at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m., and Dec. 11 at 2 p.m. at the Center for the Performing Arts. 500 Castro St., Mountain View. Tickets are $25-$72 at 650.903.6000 or smuinballet.org.
South San Francisco Police Association is happy to announce their partnership with the South San Francisco Fire Department for the 2015 Holiday Toy and Food Drive, Unwrapped new toys along with gift cards can be dropped off throughout the Peninsula, through December 17, Visit www.ssf.net/2245/2015-Holiday-Toy-and-Food-Drive for the exact locations, For more information please, contact Officer Amy Sariotti or Records Specialist Letty Beard at 650-877-8900, SANTA CRUZ COUNTY, Grey Bears celebrates the holidays with two fun events, Start off at its special after-hours Holiday Thrift Store Sale, Thursday, Dec, 3, 4-7 p.m, Enjoy refreshments, festive music and a raffle while you shop, Everything is half off — Christmas gifts, decorations, furniture, housewares and clothing, All proceeds support the Brown Bag Program delivering bags of healthy groceries to 4,500 seniors each week, 2710 Chanticleer Ave., Santa Cruz, 831-479-1055, www.greybears.org, Then on Sunday, Dec, 6 at 11:30 a.m., Grey Bears presents its 39th Annual Holiday Dinner at the Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium, 307 Church St, Holiday feast and fun, awards, ballerina ballet dancer charm for bracelet wristlet dangle miniblings silver Santa, gifts and entertainment onstage, including choir music and dance productions, Donations needed, and if you’d like to volunteer, email firstname.lastname@example.org..
It shows the broader community a little of what being from India is about. And perhaps more importantly, said Japra, it gives the youth an idea of where they’re from and something to be proud of. “I called it ABCD — the American-Born Confused Desi,” said Japra. “But now I’m seeing confidence. They feel more empowered. Now it’s ABCI — the American-Born Confident Indian.”. The event, which is spread over the weekend, features various dance and cultural performances, including a variant of the “American Idol” song competition. It wraps up with a private party and mixer that brings out the Bay Area elite from business and tech to mingle with some big-name Bollywood stars from India, including parade Grand Marshal Manoj Bajpai.