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Mid90s: In this dramedy directed by Jonah Hill, a 13-year-old (Sunny Suljic) in ’90s-era L.A. spends his summer going back and forth between his troubled home and a local skate shop where he’s made a group of new friends. Serenity: Matthew McConaughey plays a fishing boat captain whose ex-wife (Anne Hathaway) shows up one day, begging him to save her and their son by getting rid of her violent second husband (Jason Clarke). Directed by Steven Knight. What They Had: Hilary Swank plays a woman trying to convince her father (Robert Forster) to put her mother (Bythe Danner), who has Alzheimer’s disease, into a nursing home.

“We really care about great choreography and dancing at Woodminster, and it’s always a big focus for our shows, Ask anyone who personalized throw blanket- pink ballet shoes blanket has made it through one of our grueling dance auditions, And when we knew we were going to do ‘Chicago,’ we thought about Lainie right away,” said director Joel Schlader, “I know people will be wowed by her work.”, The show’s assistant choreographer is Adam Rogers, while Daniel Thomas is its music director, The lead roles will be performed by the following actors: Velma Kelly by Christine Marie Capsuto; Roxie Hart by Deborah Leamy; Amos Hart by Sebastian Romeo; the matron by Jenny Matteucci; Billy Flynn by Dwight Mahabir; and Mary Sunshine by Damian Chambers..

The concerts are sponsored by the Orinda Parks and Recreation Foundation, supported by the Orinda Community Foundation and the city. Summer movies are also coming to the park, with the June 23 showing of “Minions.” Showtime is at dusk. For more information, go to http://bit.ly/1zvjRZA. ‘Rock the Plaza’ returns for summer concerts. Rock the Plaza continues in Lafayette with concerts from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. every Friday in June. Sponsored by the Lafayette Chamber of Commerce and the city, the 2016 Summer Series at Lafayette Plaza is featuring The Big Jangle on June 17; and the Lamorinda Idol finalists on June 24.

The purpose of the art show is to help local artists and to raise funds for donation to local organizations, “It is a community event where raising money for the charity is one of three target goals we have,” Sloan said, “Another personalized throw blanket- pink ballet shoes blanket goal we have is to expose and share local art into the community, And the third goal is to bring our community together.”, The first art show was held in September 1959 with 20 artists and raised more than $500, Last year’s event raised more than $50,000 and was attended by around 20,000 people, according to Sloan..

Ultimately, Lazo and Parr say the story drives “Fiddler,” but the choreographer is the chassis. Parr, familiar with staged versions and the often-seen film, realized for the first time while working on the production the importance of the dances. Lazo, who says she always responds instinctively as a dancer, says that stretching — to accept a new tradition or the loss of an old one — is “Fiddler’s” greatest, heartbreaking message and a perfect metaphor for the expansive, soul-baring folk dances in the production.