Beginning Musical Theatre Class: This class prepares dancers for the stage, with an emphasis on turns, positioning of the body, jumps and moving within the space and a routine. Tuesdays, 6:30-7:45 p.m. Ariel Dance Studio, 2385 S. Winchester Blvd., Campbell. $18 per class or $60 for four classes, plus $25 registration fee for new students. Register at 408-621-2790 or info@arieldancepro ductions.com. ESL Conversation Class: A joint program of the library and Campbell Adult and Community Education. Meets Wednesdays, 10 a.m.-noon. Campbell Library, 77 Harrison Ave., Campbell. 408-866-1991, sccl.org/campbell.
Santastic!: An ensemble of young performers tackle popular holiday songs and stories in this one-act musical, After each performance, the cast will lead an hour of post-show activities, Saturdays through Dec, 22, 11 a.m, and 2 p.m, $15-$36, The Retro Dome, 1694 Saratoga Ave, San Jose, 408-404-7711, theretro dome.com, South Bay Ballet Arts: The company presents “The Nutcracker.” Dec, 22-23, 12:30 and 6 p.m, $16.50, Heritage Theatre, ballet leotards bloch 1 W, Campbell Ave., Campbell, ci.campbell.ca.us/heritage theatre..
Finally, Marilu and Derek challenged Ryan and Cheryl, who picked the cha cha. Carrie Ann and Julianne voted for Ryan and Cheryl, Bruno voted for Marilu and Derek and the viewers threw their support to Ryan and Cheryl, who got an extra three points. Tom announced that next week will be Showstopper Night, which I guess is about dances in musicals that “stopped the show.” This ought to be interesting to see who rises to the top. Right now, it looks like it’s going to be James, Laurie and Calvin dancing in the finale for that Mirrorball Trophy. See you next week — keep dancing.
“Imaginary Comforts, or The Story of the Ghost of the Dead Rabbit”: By Daniel Handler, presented by Berkeley Repertory Theatre; Oct.5-Nov, 18; Berkeley Rep’s Peet’s Theatre; $57-$97; 510-647-2949; www.berkeleyrep.org, “The Prince of Egypt”: World premiere musical by Philip LaZebnik and Stephen Schwartz, presented by TheatreWorks Silicon Valley; Oct, 6-Nov, 5; Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts; $40-$100; theatreworks.org, “Billy Elliot”: Presented by Contra Costa Musical Theatre; Oct, 13-Nov, 11; Lesher ballet leotards bloch Center for the Arts, Walnut Creek; $55-$65; 925-943-7469, www.ccmt.org..
This is the third benefit concert Gravy has held at Coventry Grove through the courtesy of its owner Danny Scher, who donates its use. A show last year for Winnarainbow featured Joan Baez and Maria Muldaur, while Jackson Browne was the headline artist in 2013. “It’s the most beautiful venue on earth,” Gravy said of the performance space nestled among redwood trees. “Only a couple hundred and change can attend.”. The ticket price of $200 general reflects the venue’s intimacy and includes catered appetizers along with wine and beer. There will also be a silent auction to benefit Winnarainbow.
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