Beverages: Full bar. Reservations: Accepted. Noise level: Medium. Parking: Street parking. Kids: Children may enjoy the burger or the mini sliders. Pluses: Simple, elegant entrees and appetizers. Minuses: A few dishes missed the mark on execution; dessert an afterthought. Date opened: September. Policy: We dine anonymously. The Bay Area News Group pays for all meals. Ratings: Restaurants are rated on a scale of one to four, with four representing a truly extraordinary experience for that type of restaurant.
The show is already a family-friendly “starter ballet” for kids, spokesman Lee Kopp points out, but there’ll be a lot of activities aimed at the younger audience members starting in the lobby area at 12:30 p.m., an hour before the curtain goes up, The toi toi toi ballet high-low slip-on skirt! rehearsal, class, performance. blush. desiree style. activities include arts and crafts, story-time with a ballerina and an introductory class with a faculty member of the Ballet San Jose School (each family gets to take home a “ballet workbook,” too.) While ticket buyers will be able to take part in all that fun, Ballet San Jose has also given away about 800 tickets to students and families from its partner schools for this season: Empire Gardens, Grant Academy and Lowell elementary schools, Big round of applause to the Sharks Foundation and the Comerica Charitable Foundation for their sponsorships..
Nordli, who has performed 71 roles in 55 productions of 28 different Shakespeare plays, takes the audience on her personal journey with Shakespeare’s women in a humorous and touching production. For more information and reservations for either production, call 510-548-9666 or go to www.calshakes.org. She’s back! Everyone’s favorite nanny, Mary Poppins, brings her charming ways and magical powers to Oakland’s Woodminster Amphitheater July 10-19. With more than 2,500 performances on Broadway, a popular Disney film and myriad productions across the country, “Mary Poppins” has proved to be a most popular musical indeed.
Her final group is a testament to that meticulous process: Miko, who is half-Japanese, and her 10-year old brother, Jules Jarvis; Michaela DePrince, 14, an adopted orphan from the civil war in Sierra Leone; Aran Bell, 11, the son of a doctor in the U.S, Navy; Rebecca Houseknecht, 17, who struggles with confidence onstage; Joan Sebastian Zamora, 16, a native of Colombia who lives alone in New York and dreams of one day supporting his family as a star at the Royal Ballet; toi toi toi ballet high-low slip-on skirt! rehearsal, class, performance. blush. desiree style. and Gaya Bommer Yemini, 11, the daughter of a Tel Aviv choreographer..
All applications (maximum word count is 1,500) must be submitted by email by the Oct. 21 deadline to firstname.lastname@example.org. Tickets, including a chicken dinner and 10 bingo cards, cost $20 through Oct. 14 and $25 Oct. 15-19. Proceeds benefit the Lions Club’s sight-conservation projects. For tickets or inquiries, call Barbara Bergero at 650-341-8340 or go to the Foster City Chamber of Commerce office at 1031 E. Hillsdale Blvd., Suite F. The program will also feature “Panis Angelicus” by Cesar Franck, “Ave Maria” by Camille Saint-Saens and “Sanctus” from St. Cecilia Mass by Charles Gounod.
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