IF FEBRUARY 28 IS YOUR BIRTHDAY: For the next three to four weeks you may become engrossed in a club activities or hookup with new friends who challenge you to perform at peak level. By April there could be a spike in your ambition. At the same time your creative talents and imagination come to a peak. This is a very good time to improve your health permanently through a new health program or to revive your interests in arts and crafts. In October your judgment is better than usual, so it is a good time to make major decisions. Something fortunate could land in your lap or you can start something of importance that will bring you enduring prosperity or peace. AMX-2016-01-28T21:30:00-05:00.
The theater is 351 Railroad Ave, Admission is $25 in advance and ballerina art - ballet slipper word art - ballet typography - point shoe - dance print - dance wall art - wall decor - girls roo $30 at the door, Tickets can be purchased by calling the box office at 925-427-1611, or go to www.pittsburgtheatre.com, American comedy, drama set in Antioch, ANTIOCH — The Vagabond Players present “On Golden Pond” at the El Campanil Theatre, 602 W, Second St, Performances are 8 p.m, Saturday and 2 p.m, Sunday, Retired couple Ethel and Norman Thayer spend every summer at their home on Golden Pond, This year, their adult daughter visits, bringing along her 13-year-old son..
It’s a familiar scene of a corporate meeting room. A team of high-powered management consultants breezes in from an assignment overseas and settles in to work on a new project. They’re comfortable in their methodology, creating diagrams and discussion points on a whiteboard while ribbing each other in friendly competition. It’s clear from the start, though, that something’s not right. What they’re brainstorming is possible methods of high volume termination and disposal of human bodies that can be done in secret. They’ve been told it’s for a hypothetical scenario of an otherwise uncontrollable epidemic, but that’s not exactly reassuring.
Palo Alto Players, “Young Frankenstein.” April 25 through May 11, By Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan, based on the film by Brooks, Directed by Patrick Klein, Featuring Steven Ennis as Dr, Frederick Frankenstein, Lindsay Stark as Elizabeth Benning, Jessica Whittemore as Inga, George Mauro as The Hermit and Inspector Hans ballerina art - ballet slipper word art - ballet typography - point shoe - dance print - dance wall art - wall decor - girls roo Kemp, Michael D, Reed as The Monster, Joey McDaniel as Igor, Linda Piccone as Frau Blücher, Shawn Bender as Dr, Victor Von Frankenstein; and Tony Gonzales, Mohamed Ismail, Andrew Kracht, Joey Montes, Alex Rubin and Michael Saenz, male ensemble; and Christina Bolognini, Jennifer Butler, Stacey Hamilton, Jessica Maxey, Michelle McComb, Noelani Neal, and Elana Ron, female ensemble, Lucie Stern Theater, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, $26–$48, 650-329-0891 or www.paplayers.org..
“The theme of the show is in the title, ‘Feet Don’t Fail Me Now!'” said Ricci Milan, co-founder and artistic director of the troupe. “Living here in northeast Minneapolis, all in our mid-20s, no one really knew what to do with their lives. The story is about revitalizing the youth dream of living through art. The frustration and anger of your 20s, feeling small and unimportant, with no impact on your own life, let alone the community or the theater. “But what if we gave optimism a chance? Just throw it all together and believe in each other. And it worked! For the first performance in 2008, we rented the theater on credit cards, against everyone’s advice, but we sold out the first three shows.”.