This week, it was Leah Remini and Tony Dovolani who were eliminated, even though Leah has been steadily improving each week. Both couples had similar scores with Leah and Tony scoring slightly higher than Bill and Emma — 32/40 for a tepid paso doble and 33/40 for a much better Argentine tango, both to versions of “Bad Romance,” for a combined total of 65 out of 80 for the night. Unfortunately, the judges said Leah wasn’t able to get into character for the dances and needed to show more emotion, and she just didn’t resonate with the viewers last week in the same way that Bill did.
Cat On A Hot Tin Roof: Through March 3, San Jose Stage Company, 490 South First St., San Jose, $32-$72, www.thestage.org, The Last Sermon of Sister Imani: Through March 3, Live Oak Theater, 1301 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley, Adrian, an up-and-coming politician, needs the endorsement of Danielle, a spiritual leader named Sister Imani, Sliding scale, $10-$30, http://theatrefirst.com/tickets, Every Day Alice: Through March 9, Piano Fight, 144 tiny sequin - starlight sapphire blue with silver accent trim custom ballet flats slippers shoes Taylor St., San Francisco, Utopia Theatre Project founder Anne Yumi Kobori reimagines familiar characters from Alice in Wonderland and Peter Pan in a modern day setting, $12-$35, www.utopiatheatreproject.com..
The dance competition hasn’t even gotten to the final rounds (the cuts will be made after I write this), but already I’ve discovered young dancers on the show I can’t get enough of. Of course, that’s maybe in part because “SYTYCD” goes out of its way to give just enough back story on the better dancers to provide some context about how hard they have worked to perfect what they do on the stage, their struggles after failure, their joyful achievements. It is a clever piece of television in that way, better at injecting human interest into the competition than most shows. Seriously, you have to cheer on the homeless kid whose mother found just enough money to get her some lessons or the urban street kid who was able to move from krumping to contemporary jazz and ballroom.
Peninsula Youth Theatre: “Stories on Stage: Creepy Carrots.” 9:30 and 11 a.m, tiny sequin - starlight sapphire blue with silver accent trim custom ballet flats slippers shoes Oct, 13, and 11:30 a.m, and 1:30 p.m, Oct, 14, Adaptation by Dexter Fidler of the book by Aaron Reynolds, Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts Second Stage, 500 Castro St., Mountain View, $8-$10, mvcpa.com or 650-903-6000, Pear Theatre: “An Enemy of the People.” Oct, 19 through Nov, 12, By Henrik Ibsen, adapted by Rebecca Lenkiewicz, Directed by Betsy Kruse Craig, Featuring Steven Guire Knight, Hannah Mary Keller, Rich Holman, Matt Brown, Michael Craig, John Musgravel, Mohana Rajagopal, Anthony Silk, Ron Talbot, Jerry Hitchcock and Mihaela Robb, Pear Theatre, 1110 La Avenida St., Mountain View, $15-$35; www.thepear.org or 650-254-1148..
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