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repetto gold ballet flats – For all ballet fans! This dictionary print will look gorgeous hanging on your wall and will definitely be a conversation-starter.This is a print over a dictionary page. We take old books about to be destroyed and upcycle them in order to give them new life. The aging, slightly-yellowed page is carefully removed, and the image is printed directly on the recycled paper. The result is a unique and absolutely beautiful print suitable for framing.The pages are approximately 21.5cm x 31.5cm (8.5" x 12.5") in size, with a very slight variation. You will get the exact image shown in the listing, but the dictionary page it is printed on will be different. Every piece is original.Frame is not included. You will receive just the print.These vintage book prints make awesome, unique gifts and are environmentally responsible. Please keep in mind that all monitors / computers have slightly different colour views, so there may be a little difference between the colours on your screen and the item you get.Shipping Information∞ We ship orders within 1-3 days, usually the same or next day∞ Prints are packaged in a cello bag and shipped in a sturdy mailer.∞ All orders are sent air mail via Australia Post who recommend the following delivery times and are dependent on the destination. Within Australia: 1-2 weeksOutside Australia: 3-4 weeks

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Details: Through Feb. 26; San Jose Stage; $30-$65; 408-283-7142, 5 James Monroe Iglehart: The singer and actor attended Cal State Hayward and made his stage debut in a TheatreWorks production of “Bat Boy: The Musical.” He has gone on to star in “Memphis” and “Aladdin” on Broadway and is enjoying an impressive career that is about to get even bigger. In April, he joins the Broadway cast of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “Hamilton” (perhaps you’ve heard of it?) repetto gold ballet flats. Before that, though, you can catch him Friday at Walnut Creek’s Lesher Center for the Arts, where he performs as part of the Feinstein’s Presents concert series..

Details: 8 p.m.; $62.50-$92.50; 925-943-7469, repetto gold ballet flats. 6 Black Arm Band: This acclaimed outfit consists of top aboriginal musicians and performers from Australia. Backed by a Melbourne jazz band, the Black Arm Band lands in the Bay Area this week for two performances of “Dirtsong,” a multimedia concert that explores the history and legacy of aboriginal culture. Details: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Stanford University’s Bing Concert Hall (presented by Stanford Live); $17-$50; 650-724-2464,; 7 p.m. Feb. 12 at UC Berkeley’s Zellerbach Hall (presented by Cal Performances); $26-$54; 510-642-9988,

7 “The Piano Lesson”: The works of legendary playwright August Wilson have been in the spotlight lately, with the film adaptation of his “Fences” garnering several Oscar nominations and his “Jitney” getting its Broadway debut in a just-opened production. Now Role Players Ensemble of Danville is mounting “The Piano Lesson,” about a financially struggling black family in post-Depression Pittsburgh in upheaval over what to do with an heirloom piano. Details: Feb. 3-19; The Village Theatre, Danville; $20-$28; 925-314-3400, Diablo Ballet: The Walnut Creek company tackles an ambitious program titled “Body and Soul” this weekend. Works include Christopher Wheeldon’s Shostakovich-fueled “Mercurial Manoeuvers,” the world premiere of Mills College professor Sonya Delwaide’s “Trait d’union” and up-and-coming Bay Area choreographer Robert Dekkers’ “When in Doubt,” among others repetto gold ballet flats.

Details: 8 p.m. Feb. 3, 2 and 8 p.m. Feb. 4; Del Valle Theatre, Walnut Creek; $47; 925-943.7469, 9 “House of the Beehives”: This work by Australian composer Melody Eotvos, inspired by Italo Calvino’s story about a misanthropic recluse with a dark secret, captured Left Coast Chamber Ensemble’s annual composer’s contest last year, topping 100 other entries. Now the Ensemble is set to perform it in concerts in Berkeley and San Francisco. Details: 7:30 p.m repetto gold ballet flats. Feb. 4 at the Hillside Club, Berkeley; 7:30 p.m. Feb. 6 at San Francisco Conservatory of Music; $15-$35;

10 “One Woman Sex and the City: A Parody”: Kerry Ipema co-wrote and stars in this solo show devoted to Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte and Samantha and all the friends and lovers they encountered in six seasons of HBO’s groundbreaking sitcom. TJ Dawe, who developed solo shows about “Star Wars” and “Lord of the Rings,” co-wrote this and directs the production, which comes to San Jose’s Montgomery Theatre Feb. 8 for one performance only. Details: 8 p.m.; $35; Contact Randy McMullen at [email protected] repetto gold ballet flats. Follow him on

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