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Hingle’s wife Norma said the ballet has been good for him pointe shoe hardener. “I’m glad he found something that is completely opposite of what he does for a living,” Norma Hingle said. “He comes back calm and relaxed.”. At home, he works obsessively on perfecting his timing and technique in front of a large hallway mirror, and watches videos of “Nutcracker,” frame by frame. But he said it’s worth it. “If you want something to take you away from the stress of criminal law, ballet does it,’’ Hingle said. “The amount of absolute concentration it requires — you have to hit your mark exactly or you’ll hold someone else up — takes you completely away from everything else.’’..

But he said it’s worth it. “If you want something to take you away from the stress of criminal law, ballet does it,’’ Hingle said. “The amount of absolute concentration it requires — you have to hit your mark exactly or you’ll hold someone else up — takes you completely away from everything else.’’. SEE SAN JOSE DANCE THEATRE’S ‘THE NUTCRACKER’. Audiences will be treated to world-class guest artists, including principal dancers Ommi Pupit-Suksen and Rudy Candia, formerly of Silicon Valley Ballet. Also gracing the stage, the dashing Snow King and mysterious Arabian Prince, portrayed by professional guest artists Walter Gutierrez, formerly of Silicon Valley Ballet, and Nathan Cottam, director of Mannakin Theater & Dance pointe shoe hardener. Masterful conductor Scott Johannes Krijnen will lead the The Cambrian Symphony’s 52-piece live orchestra..

Holiday romance, good-hearted rockers and geeks saving the world from (what else?) zombies highlight the list of cool stuff to do in the Bay Area. 1 “Daddy Long Legs”: This 2007 two-person romantic musical by John Caird and  Paul Gordon is adapted from a Jean Webster novel with a slightly Dickensian story line. It centers around an orphan girl who is sent to college by an anonymous benefactor who requires only that she write to him once a month with news of her new life pointe shoe hardener. The play has seen productions in London’s West End and  off-Broadway and gets its regional premiere starting Dec. 3 from TheatreWorks..

Details: Through Dec. 31; Lucie Stern Theatre, Palo Alto; $35-$80; 650-463-1960, theatreworks.org. 2 “She Loves Me”: If you like a dash of romantic tension in your holiday entertainment, consider this musical 1963 comedy by Joe Masteroff, Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick about two perfume shop clerks who bicker constantly at work while, unbeknownst to each other, they carry on a torrid pen-pal romance. It’s one of a long line of shows adapted from the 1930s play “Parfumerie” by Hungarian playwright Miklos Laszlo, including the films “The Shop Around the Corner” starring James Stewart and Margaret Sullivan, “In the Good Old Summertime” starring Van Johnson and Judy Garland and “You’ve Got Mail,” starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan pointe shoe hardener. Now San Francisco Playhouse is presenting the stage version..

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