Another highlight: the dream pantomime at the end of Act II, when Hansel and Gretel are transformed into a pair of dancers — here, the elegant Gabriel Mata and Hannah Vaughan. While the orchestra, conducted by Joseph Marcheso, builds through Humperdinck’s Romantic splurges, the dancers (whose sequence is choreographed by Maria Basile) are surrounded by Mother Nature and her band of little angels, carrying orbs of light into the dark forest. Visually, the production excels: Pamila Gray’s subtle lighting, Elizabeth Poindexter’s imaginative costumes, ranging from Grimm-like (mostly) to brothel-esque (as mentioned).
“Girls Night Out”: This comedy show stars The Four Bitchin’ Babes and includes a post-performance reception with chocolate, Champagne and confections; 7:30 p.m, Monday; Bankhead Theatre ballet hair bows, ballerina hair accessory, ballerina hair bow, pink ballet hair bow, ballet hair bows, over the top pink ballet at Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center; 2400 First St., Livermore; $57 (includes refreshments); 925-373-6800, www.bankheadtheater.org, “Heaven Can Wait”: Husband and wife Edwin and Jennifer Brown Peabody star in Onstage Theatre Company’s staging of this romantic comedy/fantasy; Friday through March 6; 8:15 p.m, Fridays-Saturdays and Feb, 24, 2:15 p.m, Feb, 27 and March 6; Lesher Center for the Arts; Civic Drive at Locust Street, Walnut Creek; $20; 925-943-7469, www.lesher artscenter.org..
Concert-goers can set up blankets or lawn chairs for the performance, though they should bring plenty of sunscreen. “We’ll be providing some shade umbrellas, but we’re also encouraging people to bring their own pop-up tents and umbrellas,” Hammack said. The wind symphony takes a break about halfway through the concert, and that’s when Operation Yellow Ribbon will pay tribute to Los Gatans currently serving in the armed forces. Members of the Veterans Memorial and Support Foundation of Los Gatos plan to participate in the Yellow Ribbon ceremony and other events throughout the day. “We will have an information booth and have flags, T-shirts and strawberry shortcake for sale for a donation,” foundation member John Lochner said in an email. “In addition, we will be trying to get people to sign up to support our efforts to build a veterans’ memorial at the civic center.”.
Performances will be Dec, 5 and Dec, 12 at 8 p.m., Dec, 6 and Dec, 13 at 8 p.m., and Dec, 7 and Dec, 14 at 2 p.m, Show will be hosted at the Delta Gallery for the Arts, 2485 Sand Creek Road #128, Tickets are $22 for adults, $20 for seniors, and $16 for teens, Information: www, TheBrentwoodTheater.org or ballet hair bows, ballerina hair accessory, ballerina hair bow, pink ballet hair bow, ballet hair bows, over the top pink ballet call the Delta Gallery of the Arts, 925-516-5936, Antioch Art Exhibit at the Umpqua Bank, ANTIOCH — The Arts & Culture Foundation of Antioch will present a new featured artist exhibit to run from December through January, at the Umpqua Bank..
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