TheatreWorks. “Water by the Spoonful.” Aug. 20 through Sept. 14. Regional premiere of Pulitzer Prize-winning drama by Quiara Alegría Hudes. Directed by Leslie Martinson. “Follows a community of strangers who seek refuge from their troubles in an online chat room for lives in recovery, and their interactions with the moderator of this safe haven, who turns out to be running from demons of her own. When real and virtual worlds collide, notions of family, forgiveness, community, and courage are challenged as the characters fight to move forward against their crumbling realities.” Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts, 500 Castro St., Mountain View. $19-$74 (discounts available). theatreworks.org or 650-463-1960.
Army Capt, Gordon W, Gilkey had traced the missing art to a train that left Berlin for the Czech border two weeks before the German surrender, The train had been strafed en route by American fighter planes, but the art survived, At the end of the line, a Nazi official and his wife carried much of it over a mountain trail and hid it in an abandoned cabin, And there, at the close of World War II in Europe, Gilkey found it stashed under ballerina gift - personalized ballet necklace - ballerina jewelry - ballet dancer gift - dance team - dance jewelry - toe shoes the attic floorboards, where it was tattered and mouse-eaten, This was not the famous art the Nazis had looted from collections across Europe, the stolen treasure the Monuments Men sought to return to its owners..
“Terror-Rama III: Dead the Whole Time”: Awesome Theatre presents a midnight movie-style double feature of world premiere horror one-acts by local playwrights: Artistic director Colin Johnson’s ghost story “The Suffered” and resident artist Claire Rice’s cannibal rom-com “My Cannibal Summer.” The evening comes complete with a gothed-out horror host, Sindie Chopper. Details: Oct. 12-27; PianoFight, San Francisco; $25-$30; www.awesometheatre.org. “The Rocky Horror Show”: Before it was a cult midnight movie, Richard O’Brien’s “Rocky Horror” was a gleefully campy stage musical that’s become a tradition in its own right around the Bay. San Francisco’s Ray of Light Theatre is doing it at the Victoria Theatre for a fourth year running, and Santa Rosa’s 6th Street Playhouse is now in its sixth year. Details: Oct. 12- Nov. 3; 6th Street Playhouse, Santa Rosa; $30-$36; www.6thstreetplayhouse.com; Oct. 25- Nov. 3; Victoria Theatre, San Francisco; $20-$40; www.rayoflighttheatre.com.
Theron even sparred with “Wick” portrayer Keanu Reeves at one 87Eleven session, Despite the training, though, she left the “Atomic” production in need of dental work, It’s easy to see why, especially in the film’s action centerpiece, an appearing-to-be single take fight with a bunch of Red assassins that goes several floors around a spiraling stairwell, into an ballerina gift - personalized ballet necklace - ballerina jewelry - ballet dancer gift - dance team - dance jewelry - toe shoes apartment that gets pretty much entirely wrecked, then onto the street and into a car chase that wreaks mayhem for a number of city blocks before the first evident edit..
Travis Wall of “So You Think You Can Dance” and his dance company, Shaping Sound, performed a contemporary routine with pros Allison Holker and Jenna Johnson. They are all fantastic dancers but for me, it seemed very aggressive and a lot like it portrayed domestic violence. I didn’t care for it. More rehash of Nastia Liukin and Derek Hough, and Riker Lynch and Allison, then Nastia and Derek were on to the semifinals while Riker and Allison were “in jeopardy.” What the heck? They were in second place on the leaderboard.