Grupo Corpo. 7:30 p.m. Jan. 31. “Sem Mim” by Rodrigo Pederneiras, music by Carlos Núñez and José Miguel; “Wisnik; Ímã” by Rodrigo Pederneiras, music by +2 (Moreno, Domenico and Kassin). Memorial Auditorium, 551 Serra Mall, Stanford University. 30-$75 (adults); $10 (Stanford students). 650-725-2464 or http://live.stanford.edu. Grupo Corpo. 2:30 p.m. Feb. 1. Family matinee (reduced 40-minute show). Memorial Auditorium, 551 Serra Mall, Stanford University. $15-$38 (adults); $10 (Stanford students). 650-725-2464 or http://live.stanford.edu.
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The versatile Anne Patterson, a New York-based sculptor, painter, designer and director with more than a dozen operatic stage designs in her résumé, will be a real creative force here. In addition to costuming the singers, she is coming up with a multimedia staging that uses choreography and projected imagery to produce a sweepingly pageantlike effect. She will get assists from Brooklyn lighting designer Matthew Frey and New York projection designer Adam Larsen. In a nod to the 1911 debut, where Michel Fokine did the choreography and Ernst Bakst the design and costuming, original dance will be featured. Prerecorded movement featuring San Francisco Ballet principal dancer Damian Smith performing what fellow ballet member Myles Thatcher has choreographed will play on stringlike custom screening hanging above the stage.
Tickets are $40, For more details visit richmondmuseum.org/events/crabfest-2015/ or call 510-237-2933 or 510-235-7387, Proceeds benefit the association’s K9 fund, Tickets are $45 adults, $25 ages 12 and under, available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, “The event starts with a short teaser on this year’s book, Then enjoy the cool sounds of brides ivory flats marie antoinette, off white flats, victorian wedding shoes, ballet slipper embellished, retro style, victoria the Richard Harris and Friends jazz band as they pay tribute to Duke Ellington and Ella Fitzgerald, There will be food, drinks and a chance to grab one of the library’s many copies of this year’s Albany Reads book, ‘The Immortal Life of Henrieta Lacks.’ All ages are welcome to this celebration honoring Black History Month.”..
One of the particularly chatty mothers told everyone that her daughter had “really taken to dancing,” and that since her husband is 6-foot-5 her daughter was definitely going to be tall and thin. “She’s going to be a professional ballerina,” she said, matter-of-factly. The other parents nodded in polite agreement. Then she turned to me. “Your daughter is short with curly hair, right?”. There were four kids in class. Mine, hers, and two Asian girls. “Yes,” I said flatly.
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