Margaret Kvamme, organ. 8 p.m. Oct. 26. Memorial Church, Stanford University. Free. 650-723-3811 or https://arts.stanford.edu/events/2012/2012-10-26-margaret-kvamme-organ. The Houserockers. 8 p.m. Oct. 26. Club Fox, 2209 Broadway, Redwood City. $12. 877-435-9849 or www.clubfoxrwc.com. Ronald Leonard. Cello Master Class. 2:30 p.m. Oct. 27. Campbell Recital Hall, Stanford University. Free. 650-723-3811 or https://arts.stanford.edu/events/2012/2012-10-27-ronald-leonard-cello-master-class. Grace Note Chamber Players. 2 p.m. Oct. 28. Music by Johannes Brahms and Amy Beach. Claudia Bloom on violin, Russ Bartoli on cello, Casey Mullin on piano, Geoffrey Noer on violin and Doug Tomm on viola. Oshman Family JCC, 3921 Fabian Way, Palo Alto. $10-$20. www.paloaltojcc.org/arts or 650-223-8664.
7 “Nutz RE-Mixed”: Tandy Beal, the former artistic director of the Pickle Family Circus, and her company do a wide-ranging riff on the “Nutcracker” story that features dancers, circus artists, Mongolian contortionists and gymnasts and an updated score that takes on a world music sound and includes the terrific a infant bodysuit onesie all barre ballet shoes slippers skirt dress tutu girl shower gift boy 1st birthday clothes baby gift desi cappella ensemble SoVoSó, But the production is headed into its final weekend, Details: through Dec, 4; Hammer Theatre Center, San Jose; $25-$65; 408-924-8501, www.NutzRemixed.com..
These monthly tours, every second Saturday, offer an easy, 90-minute guided walking tour of the downtown area highlighting points of historical interest. This walk into history on city sidewalks brings to life the early times of downtown Walnut Creek. It is free, and registration in advance is not required. For more details, call 925-935-7871 or visit the www.wchistory.com and click on “Walnut Creek Downtown Tours.”. ‘Aging by Design’ symposium Aug. 1. The 7th annual Senior Symposium “Aging by Design”, sponsored by the Lafayette Community Foundation, will be held from 8 a.m.-noon Aug. 1. This free event is a most informative resource fair for seniors in the Lamorinda community, with more than 40 booths sponsored by local vendors of services to seniors, as well as many nonprofit organizations that serve seniors in the community.
Malece and Alan — salsa, I expect Malece to be outstanding every week, but I think this routine wore her down to a nub, Why does a choreographer put in so many lifts and tricks that the dancers can barely breathe at the end? Alan did a great job of partnering, infant bodysuit onesie all barre ballet shoes slippers skirt dress tutu girl shower gift boy 1st birthday clothes baby gift desi especially when Malece seemed a bit winded, Nigel said that the energy needed for the dance was ridiculous, Mary called it the fastest salsa ever on the show and Anna said that she usually doesn’t get ballroom, but this routine made her want to “take lessons, and have an affair on a tropical island.”..
A new musical based on an ancient comic book, Motown legends and a Lizzie Borden musical top our tips for fun stuff to do in the Bay Area July 13-16 (and beyond). Immigrants story, graphic novel merge in “Manga”: TheatreWorks Silicon Valley christens its 48th season with the world premiere of “The Four Immigrants: An American Musical Manga.” Based on an early Japanese graphic novel (or “manga”) the musical transports us into the lives of Japanese immigrants in the turn of the century San Francisco, the era of the World’s Fair and the Big Earthquake. East Bay playwright Min Kahng’s work was a big hit at the 2016 New Works Festival, and now the ragtime and jazz-infused “Manga” takes over TheatreWorks’ main stage. Details: In previews through July 13, main run is Saturday through Aug. 6; Lucie Stern Theatre, Palo Alto; $40-$100; 650-463-1960, theatreworks.org.— Karen D’Souza, Staff.
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