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dance like no one's watching - dance, dancer, ballet - machine embroidery, embroidery designs, embroidery patterns, embroide

dance like no one's watching - dance, dancer, ballet - machine embroidery, embroidery designs, embroidery patterns, embroide dance like no one's watching - dance, dancer, ballet - machine embroidery, embroidery designs, embroidery patterns, embroide

dance like no one's watching - dance, dancer, ballet - machine embroidery, embroidery designs, embroidery patterns, embroide

Luckily for local theater lovers, those problems result in a wonderful evening of entertainment when California Shakespeare Theater presents “Pygmalion,” George Bernard Shaw’s sharp lampoon of the rigid British class system and commentary on women’s independence. It runs July 30-Aug. 24 at the Bruns Amphitheater in Orinda. “This play is an extraordinary piece of writing — comic, political, provocative and surprisingly moving,” said director Jonathan Moscone. “Shaw never ceases to amaze me in how passionate and relevant and genuinely witty his thoughts are on the subjects of society and relationships.”.

Next up came the strength intervals, and things got tricky, in ways YMCA instructor Maggenti had suggested, During the pushups, I had trouble coordinating dipping my elbows while simultaneously pedaling, Even dance like no one's watching - dance, dancer, ballet - machine embroidery, embroidery designs, embroidery patterns, embroide when I got the hang of them, I didn’t think they offered the same challenge as doing them on the floor, Still, when the class was done, I felt like I had done some work, And afterwards, as we piled out of the studio and into the locker room, I witnessed the other marquee benefit of Soul Cycle, There Alavi and her friends clustered with Del Rosario and other riders for some post-class chatter..

_____________________________________________________________________________. What: Kid Koala’s Nufonia Must Fall. With DJ Kid Koala and the Afiara String Quartet; directed by K. K. Barrett. When: Thursday, February 4, 7:30 p.m. Where: Bing Concert Hall, 327 Lasuen St., Stanford University. Tickets: $30-$65. Description: The Montreal-based scratch DJ Kid Koala presents a multidisciplinary adaptation of his graphic novel Nufonia Must Fall, centered around a headphones-sporting robot on the verge of obsolescence and infatuated with a winsome office drone. _____________________________________________________________________________.

Spanish Harlem Orchestra, 8 p.m, Sept, 29, Fox Theatre, 2215 Broadway dance like no one's watching - dance, dancer, ballet - machine embroidery, embroidery designs, embroidery patterns, embroide St., Redwood City, $40, https://foxrwc.showare.com/eventperformances.asp?evt=167, Jason Aldean, with Chris Young, Kane Brown, Dee Jay Silver, 6 p.m, Sept, 30, Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, $31.75-$71.75, www.livenation.com, Benefit for Pat Wilder, 1-6 p.m, Oct, 1, Featuring Pamela Rose; Alvon Johnson; Wendy Dewitt with Kirk Harwood and Nancy Wright; Cathy Lemons and Phil Berkowitz; Ashbolt Stewart, With Artie Chavez, Chris Cobb, Dennis Dove, Steve Ehrman, Terry Hiatt, Stephanie Newsom, Michael Warren, Pat Wilder, Produced by Stan Erhart and John Lee Stewart, American Legion, 470 Capistrano Road, Half Moon Bay, $20..

Refusing to be cowed by the beloved and famously first-in-the-nation “Nutcracker,” staged by his former employer the San Francisco Ballet (not to mention Mark Morris’ “The Hard Nut” and the numerous other “Nutcracker” productions around the region), Smuin set about creating his own holiday dance institution. Almost two decades later, Smuin Ballet’s “The Christmas Ballet” is firmly established as a Christmas classic. Rather than telling the tale of the Nativity or offering any singular narrative, “The Christmas Ballet” is actually an overstuffed omnibus consisting of nearly three dozen independent pieces, a feast with a constantly shifting menu. It may sound counterintuitive, but the protean nature of the work is part of what makes it an evergreen, as returning audiences know they’ll see some new dances amid the old favorites.