Come to a day-long family bereavement camp. For families with children and teens ages 6 and up. VITAS® Healthcare is hosting a free day of games, crafts, sharing and education for children, teens and parents/caregivers who have experienced a significant loss. There will be a special memorial service to honor loved ones.  Snacks, drinks and a light dinner will be provided. For information...

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A hit ever since its debut on Broadway, 42nd Street follows the journey of starstruck chorus girl Peggy Sawyer as she tries to fill diva Dorothy's dancing shoes. It's a timeless tale of dedication, hard work, talent, a little bit of luck and, of course, love. Set during the Great Depression, this classic musical is filled with exhilarating tap dancing and splashy, unforgettable tunes like...

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CHRISTMAS IN OZ  A New Musical About Old Friends   Christmas in Oz is an enchanting, full-length Broadway-style musical treat for the entire family, overflowing with unforgettable songs, exciting dance numbers, and magical special effects. Somewhere in Kansas, Dorothy is lonely for her friends back in OZ. She returns to the Emerald City just in time for the big holiday celebration. But...

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The Joffrey Ballet

Nov 19, 2017

With this program of new and recent works by some of the most exciting choreographers working today, The Joffrey Ballet stays true to its 60-year reputation for innovation and eclecticism. Performed to a live Philip Glass score, Justin Peck's In Creases showcases his keen eye for manipulating bodies to form complex geometric structures. Annabelle Lopez Ochoa creates a spellbinding depiction of...

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Community Women’s Orchestra (CWO) and Music Director Dana Sadava present a Fall Family Concert full of folk tales, fairy tales, and love stories told through music.  CWO’s 33rd season opening concert features Bay Area composer June Bonacich’s “Rumpelstiltskin,” narrated by award-winning young adult fiction author Anne Nesbet. Nesbet recently won a California Book Award Gold Medal...

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Whisky

Nov 19, 2017

From Uruguay, a deadpan comedy about minor subterfuge and awkward loyalties, “the story of ordinary life artfully and touchingly told” (New York Times). “Swigs from the same bottle as Aki Kaurismäki” (Village Voice).  

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In 1651, philosopher Thomas Hobbes wrote: "In the nature of man, we find three principle causes of quarrel: competition, diffidence and glory." “Children of Hobbes” is a direct response to our nation's current politics. Just as Trump has revealed the darker side of human nature that usually hides in the shadows and corners, this evening-length dance exposes the power imbalances and moral...

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"Eduardo Galeano is our world's most loveable revolutionary" - Naomi Klein Eduardo Galeano (1940-2015), one of Latin America's most distinguished writers, has written numerous works: The Open Veins of Latin America, Memory of Fire (3 volumes), The Book of Embraces, Children of the Days, and Walking Words. The Bay Area authors chosen to read Eduardo's work in tribute are known for their...

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