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For complete information (times and locations) and to signup for a workshop, visit http://www.pittsburgcommunitytheatre.org/Workshops.html. Or, call 925-439-PLAY (7529). Registration fees apply, $10-$25 per session. Golden Follies to play El Campanil. ANTIOCH — The Golden Follies presents “Curtain Up!” at 2 p.m. July 10 at El Campanil Theatre, 602 W. Second St. The variety show is packed with memorable music, featuring classic movies, striking women and a rousing, flag-waving tribute to the United States ballet flats for wide feet. Senior performers, ages 60 through 91, electrify the stage with their talent, energy and pizazz! Adorned in glamorous costumes, executing stylish choreography they rock the stage as they tap, kick, strut and dazzle with their radiant smiles and showmanship. Featured with the Golden Follies will be outstanding S.F. Chanteuse Wiggy Darlinton..
Tickets are $25 general admission, $12 for students, 17 and under ballet flats for wide feet. Call 925-757-9500 or go online at www.elcampaniltheatre.com. Sketching group meets Mondays in Brentwood. BRENTWOOD — Artists are invited to attend an informal weekly figure sketching group hosted by local artist Big Al Lopez. The group meets most Monday evenings, 6 to 9 p.m. at CR Framing, 700 Harvest Park Drive. Models are clothed, often in colorful costumes from the world of dance and theater. Sessions feature a series of short, creative poses ranging from two to 20 minutes. Drop-ins are welcome, no registration required..
For a schedule of upcoming sessions visit www.pinupshow.com or [email protected] ballet flats for wide feet. Big band music at the California Theatre. PITTSBURG — Mazella Houston & The World Class Pearl Band will perform at 2 p.m. July 24 at the California Theatre, 351 Railroad Ave. Mazella Houston and her 17-piece big band as they take us through the big band-era classics. The concert celebrates the music and popularity of the world’s most beloved masters. Featuring work from Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, Judy Garland, Benny Goodman, Glen Miller, Stan Kenton, Basie and Duke Ellington..
She asks for a few minutes before our interview starts. Watching the dancers entwining themselves and Roemer pinning a costume together in several different ways is so engrossing that the delay is almost welcome ballet flats for wide feet. The preparations at hand are for the sixth edition of the annual SKETCH dance series running July 8-10 at the Fort Mason Center in San Francisco. This year’s program is billed as a spotlight on three generations of choreographers, with the legendary Caniparoli, Seiwert and emerging choreographer Nicole Haskins all presenting world-premiere works..
As Seiwert puts it, “You’re supposed to figure out something that you’re not good at and try to do it ballet flats for wide feet. You can fail and that’s OK.”. This year’s program, SKETCH 6 — Use Your Words, will incorporate language and text in the form of poems, literature and song lyrics in the dance movement. Seiwert’s work is drawn from the popular fairy tale-themed poem “Instructions” by British author Neil Gaiman. During an interview, Seiwert reads the work and adds instantly, “And I am terrified. I’m really good at being abstract and making something beautiful that I don’t need to define, and this is a narrative.”..