pointe shoes for wide feet – Introducing GrandGear ballet slippers with a more extreme low cut. Recently, I have been making ballet shoes with shorter vamps at customers' requests. I finally decided that it was time to make some with an even more dramatic cut.So here they are: Extreme low-cut leather ballet slippers, from GrandGear in a lovely new color!These very short vamp ballet slippers are handmade, hand pleated & hand finished. They are made of quality leather with matching cotton lining & fine suede inner- soles. The outer full soles are of suede leather and the shoes have elastic drawstrings for fitting adjustment.They are very attractive, rather naughty & cheeky, but a comfortable ballet shoe and great for showing off your feet & toe cleavage. Please contact me if you'd like a different color to those listed.Should you need larger sizes &/or European sizes, please go to my other listing which caters for these:https://www.etsy.com/au/listing/653436311/extreme-low-cut-black-leather-ballet*IMPORTANT – Depending on the current number of orders lodged prior to yours, it may be up to 6 weeks before I can complete and ship your order. However, I'm working as hard as I can to get orders sent as soon as possible,PLEASE NOTE:and I emphasize, that if there is a deadline or special event and you need your ballet slippers sooner, please let me know asap, so I can schedule a 'rush' order for you. There is NO additional charge for this service.
Berkeley Ballet Theater: Presents its long-running family production of “The Nutcracker;” Dec. 14-16; Holy Names University’s Regents’ Theatre, Oakland; $35; berkeleyballet.org. Menlowe Ballet : Choreographer Michael Lowe’s “It’s a Wonderful Nutcracker” is inspired by Frank Capra’s beloved 1946 film; Dec. 14-16; Menlo-Atherton Performing Arts Center, Atherton; $29-$62; 800-595-4849, www.menloweballet.org. Berkeley Ballet Theater: Presents a delightful student-centric “Nutcracker” production with some professionals; 1 and 5 p.m pointe shoes for wide feet. Dec. 15-16; Ohlone College’s Smith Center, Fremont; $22-$30; 510-659-6031; berkeleycityballet.org/news/events..
The New Ballet Studio Company: Presents “The San Jose Nutcracker,” a full-scale production that includes students from the New Ballet School, professional guest artists and the New Ballet Orchestra; Dec. 14-24; Hammer Theatre Center, San Jose. $19-$90; 408-924-8501, www.sanjosenutcracker.com. Moscow Ballet: The “Great Russian Nutcracker” is a lavish production featuring 40 principal Russian dancers and corps de ballet,and local supporting dancers; 3 and 7 p.m pointe shoes for wide feet. Dec. 16; Flint Center, Cupertino; $23-$88; www.nutcracker.com..
Peninsula Ballet Theatre: Presents Gregory Amato’s “Nutcracker,” a sumptuous production (the Dec. 21-22 performances feature 17 hip-hop artists from The Tribe and Poise’n) pointe shoes for wide feet. Dec. 21-29; Fox Theatre, Redwood City; $55-$75; www.peninsulaballet.org. Marin Ballet : The North Bay’s signature “Nutcracker” is a lavish, full-length production featuring Julia Adam’s choreography and a cast of more than 150 local dancers; 1 and 5 p.m. Dec. 8-9; Marin Veterans’ Memorial Auditorium, San Rafael; $45; marinballet.org..
Oakland Ballet Company: Artistic director Graham Lustig’s popular “Nutcracker” draws on the original E.T.A. Hoffmann short story; 1 and 5 p.m pointe shoes for wide feet. Dec. 22, 1 p.m. Dec. 23; Paramount Theatre, Oakland; $24-$97; 510-893-3132, oaklandballet.org. Other dance. Tandy Beal & Company: Holiday show “Joy!” combines circus, dance, theater and comedy; Nov. 23-Dec. 2 at UC Santa Cruz Theater Arts Center, Santa Cruz; Dec. 7-9 at Hammer Theatre Center, San Jose; $15-$55.25; holiday-joy.com. “The Velveteen Rabbit”: ODC Dance’s adaptation of Margery Williams’ beloved tale of a well-worn stuffie has been a Bay Area institution for more than three decades; Nov. 24-Dec. 9; Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco; $24.50-$69.50; 415-863-9834; www.odc.dance..
Smuin Contemporary Ballet: Annual “Christmas Ballet” holiday program includes several longtime favorites by founder Michael Smuin and some world premieres; Nov. 30-Dec. 1 at Sunset Center, Carmel; Dec. 5-9 at Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts, Dec. 13-24 at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco; $25-$91; www.smuinballet.org. “An Irish Christmas”: Touring show led by “Riverdance” star Caterina Coyne; 4 p.m pointe shoes for wide feet. Dec. 2; Hammer Theatre Center, San Jose; $25-46; 408-924-8501, www.hammertheatre.com. 2 p.m. Dec. 9; United Irish Cultural Center, San Francisco; $15-$40; irishcentersf.org; 7 p.m. Dec. 20; Mountain View Center for the Arts, Mountain View; $35-$60; 650-903-6000, www.mvcpa.com..