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Fushille is thrilled that both audiences and dancers continue to appreciate Michael Smuin’s work. She doesn’t want the company to be seen as a museum ensemble, but enjoys occasionally bringing back gems such as this from the past, mixing them into programs with works by dynamic new choreographers cheap dance shoes. “We keep Michael’s legacy alive in that way,” Fushille said. As for what she wants audiences to take away from this program, Fushille said that “dance is approachable… and fun. It blends — with artistry — athletics and music. I want the audience to feel inspired and uplifted. And if you’ve never seen dance, this is the perfect entry point.”..

One of the naughtiest musicals ever written and a pair of glorious jazz singers top my Top 10 list of cool stuff to do in Bay Area Feb. 1-4 (and beyond) cheap dance shoes. 1 “Book of Mormon”: A great deal has happened since this musical by Trey Parker and Matt Stone (“South Park”) in collaboration with Robert Lopez (“Avenue Q”) premiered in 2011 and shocked theatergoers to the their core. There is so much that is wrong and weird in the world now that a musical about Mormons trying to convert rural Africans can’t possibly still be shocking, can it? Ahem, let me remind you that “Mormon” contains jokes about AIDS, female genital mutilation, African and American culture, poverty, famine, and, of course, religion, as well some of the filthiest dialogue you can imagine. So, yeah, there is still an edge to this musical, along with Parker and Stone’s trademark inherent sweetness. And it’s that mix, along with some terrifically amusing song-and-dance routines, that make “Book of Mormon” a first-rate musical, though not recommended for the squeamish. It lands back in the Bay Area beginning Feb. 6..

Details: Through March 4; Orpheum Theatre, San Francisco; $60-$246 (subject to change); 888-746-1799, 2 Cecil McLorin Salvant: If you haven’t caught this 28-year-old gloriously talented and versatile French/Haitian jazz singer out of Miami, you have been missing out. Her delivery and timing are a marvel and her stage presence beyond endearing cheap dance shoes. She comes to UC Berkeley’s Zellerbach Hall on Feb. 7, backed by pianist Aaron Diehl, bassist Paul Sikivie and drummer Joe Farnsworth. Details: Presented by Cal Performances; 8 p.m.; $35-$92; 510-642-9988,

3 Paula West: Speaking of terrific singers, the Bay Area’s own West has been dazzling fans around these parts for years (she’s big in New York, too) with her evocative delivery and inspired adaptations of jazz, soul, blues and pop standards. She stops in at Kuumbwa Jazz Center in Santa Cruz on Feb. 5. Details: 7 p.m.; $28-$33; cheap dance shoes. 4 Diablo Ballet: The Walnut Creek company presents the program Harmonious Beauty, featuring a segment of Val Caniparoli’s “A Cinderella Story,” a world premiere by Netherlands Dans Theatre ballerina Danielle Rowe, Robert Dekkers’ “Milieu,” and  “Encores” by Sally Streets..

Details: 8 p.m. Feb. 2, 2 and 8 p.m. Feb. 3; Del Valle Theatre, Walnut Creek; $47; 925-943-7469, cheap dance shoes. 5 The Songs of Leonard Bernstein: Conductor, composer and music commentator Robert Kapilow, backed by two vocalists, dives deep into the classic Bernstein classic “West Side Story” in a night of discussion/performance that’s part of presenter Stanford Live’s “What Makes It Great” series. Details: 7:30 p.m. Feb. 7; Bing Concert Hall; $20-$60; 650-724-2464,

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