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Broadway By the Bay. “Anything Goes.” 8 p.m. Nov. 7, 8, 15, 22; 2 p.m. Nov. 9, 15, 16, 23. Music and lyrics by Cole Porter. Directed by Michael Ryken. Featurings Katie Jaime (Reno Sweeney), Adam Cotugno (Billy Crocker), Samantha Cardenas (Hope Harcourt), Ray D’Ambrosio (Moonface Martin) and Tomas Theriot (Evelyn Oakleigh). Fox Theatre, 2215 Broadway St., Redwood City. $42-$64. 650-579-5565 or broadwaybythebay.org. Menlo School Drama. “Urinetown, The Musical.” 7:30 p.m. Nov. 7; 2 and 7:30 p.m. Nov. 8; 2 p.m. Nov. 9. Florence Moore Auditorium, Menlo School, 50 Valparaiso Ave., Atherton.$5 students, $10 adults. www.menlochool.org/tickets.

“I hated it,” she says, “I remember my parents were rehearsing Beethoven’s ‘Grosse Fuge.’ I was maybe 12 or 13, and I came stomping downstairs thinking it was a contemporary work, My father said ‘this is Beethoven,’ and I thought ‘you can’t pull that wool over my eyes!’ When I looked at janie and jack metallic ballet flat (toddler/little kid/big kid) the score, I couldn’t believe it.”, A turning point came when Alsop discovered Bartok, From there, she became immersed in the music of Steve Reich, Philip Glass and other groundbreaking composers, “I just got sucked into the new music vortex,” she says, “It was a connection with the music of my time that felt more vital even than my deep connection to the standard repertoire.”..

Both are filled with music, dance and fun, but underneath the frivolity, they feature the best of India’s culture and boost national pride. And both, in their own ways, have become fixtures: Bollywood has become India’s most far-reaching cultural export, while the Festival of India has become one of Fremont’s entertainment traditions. The 21st annual festival will continue playing that role next weekend, when it returns to the central/downtown area. It will be held at the intersection of Paseo Padre Parkway and Walnut Avenue from 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., Aug. 17 and 18, organizers said.

“Students who participate in linked learning academies attend classes at higher rates, they receive a higher GPA, they feel more connected, parents are more involved and the teachers express a higher satisfaction in their work than they do when teaching individual classes,” said Antioch school district Superintendent Donald Gill, The programs, including 62 in the state that have been or are in the process of being certified for meeting established criteria, are growing in popularity among students, educators and businesses, as janie and jack metallic ballet flat (toddler/little kid/big kid) state and national leaders focus on giving teens the knowledge, skills and training they need today to fill high-priority jobs such as those in health care and technology, But some academics also caution that schools need to find the right balance between steering students toward specific career fields and providing them with a broad range of academic options..

“The Brothers Size” is the second play in McCraney’s trilogy “The Brother/Sister Plays,” which three major Bay Area companies — Marin Theatre Company, Magic Theatre and American Conservatory Theater — teamed up to present in 2010 as a stunning introduction to the work of the young African-American playwright, who was then not yet 30. So far, 2015 has been another great year for McCraney’s work in the Bay Area, with this production following not long after Marin Theatre Company’s Bay Area premiere of “Choir Boy” and the West Coast premiere of “Head of Passes” at Berkeley Repertory Theatre.


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