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People who live outside Menlo Park must continue to pay 35 percent more for classes than residents, plus a 35 percent surcharge for gymnastics classes. “Gymnastics classes are generally at capacity or have wait lists,” Brandell noted. “Given this demand, the Commission felt that it was not necessary for residents to subsidize non-residents for this popular program.”. The non-resident rate helps Menlo Park “offset the overhead costs paid for by general tax dollars such as property taxes and, therefore, not shared by non-residents for programs, services and facilities,” she added.

In making the announcement, Jeffrey Thomas, music director of the 20-year-old American bobux kids i-walk demi ballet (toddler) Bach Soloists, noted with pride that the festival’s location in the Civic Center area puts it in the heart of the high-octane performing-arts district that also includes the San Francisco Ballet, Opera and Symphony, Meanwhile, there is no evidence of any slacking off at the thriving Midsummer Mozart Festival, which has impressive vocal, chamber and orchestral material on both of its upcoming programs, Program I opens at 8 p.m, July 14 in San Jose’s California Theatre, with Van Cliburn gold medalist Jon Nakamatsu (who, by the way, just finished judging duties at the sixth annual Van Cliburn International Competition for Outstanding Amateurs in Fort Worth, Texas) playing the Piano Concerto No, 26 in D major, the “Coronation.” Also on the bill: soprano Christina Major singing both the concert aria “Ch’io mi scordi di te” and the goosebump-raising “Ruhe sanft” aria from the unfinished opera “Zaide.”..

Among the most alluring offerings out there is the highly anticipated British import of “Tristan & Yseult” at Berkeley Repertory Theatre. After scoring a huge hit with audiences and critics alike with the magical “The Wild Bride,” the endlessly inventive Kneehigh Theatre returns with another dark fairy tale, an ancient love triangle reimagined for the postmodern world. Innovation is the hallmark of this troupe (also remembered for the Noel Coward gem “Brief Encounter”), which seamlessly mashes up dance, puppetry, video and live music in one beguiling creation after another.

CLICK HERE if you are having trouble viewing these photos on a mobile device, On a sunny fall Friday, an eclectic line of animals is forming outside the Veterans Administration health center in Livermore — several golden retrievers and Chihuahua mixes, a pit bull, two cats, bobux kids i-walk demi ballet (toddler) Their owners, all military veterans, chat as they wait patiently, occasionally leaning down to soothe a canine or feline anxiety, They’re here for just one thing: the big white van with colorful stripes parked at the curb..

Instead, they had Kopp do “Geeks vs. Zombies” last December, as a bold alternative to the usual holiday fare. “Do you every have those moments in your life where you feel like you’re in a bad comedy movie?” Kopp asks. “Somebody says something that you hadn’t noticed, and after they say it you notice it everywhere?”. When the Pear folks said everybody does “A Christmas Carol,” Kopp recalls, “What’s funny is I straight up thought they were being snobs. What a cop-out way to say you don’t want to do the play! And then I was out in San Jose a week later, and there were four different posters for four different ‘Christmas Carols’ just in downtown San Jose. Then I had to take a trip into San Francisco, and it was everywhere. The ‘Christmas Carol’ ballet! The ‘Christmas Carol’ all-puppet production! I would stop and read each poster, and I was kind of shocked, because they all said the same thing — ‘spend this holiday season with that classic tale, told as only we can tell it.’ Like we had a copy-paste theater-making machine.”.