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Details: Sept. 21-22 at Lesher Center for the Arts, Walnut Creek; $25-$81; 925-943-7469, www.smuinballet.org; Sept. 28-Oct white ballet flats with ribbon. 6 at Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco; $25-$81; 415-912-1899, www.smuinballet.org. The program also comes to Sunset Center in Carmel and Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts in February. Mark Morris Dance Group “Pepperland — Sgt. Pepper at 50”: Co-commissioned last year by Cal Performances to mark the golden anniversary of the Beatles album, “Pepperland” uses the psychedelic masterpiece as a point of departure. Morris, a choreographer with nonpareil musical instincts, worked with longtime collaborator Ethan Iverson, formerly of the influential jazz trio The Bad Plus, to weave together the pianist’s original compositions and arrangements of the Beatles songs. Morris’ highly versatile dancers perform to the live score delivered by Iverson and a singular cast of musicians, including trombonist/arranger Jacob Garchik..
Details: Sept. 28-30; Zellerbach Hall, UC Berkeley; $36-$135; 510-642-9988, www.calperformances.org. Alonzo King LINES Ballet: No Bay Area choreographer has communed more deeply with the musical masters in our midst than Alonzo King, an artist who was forged in a crucible of music as an altar boy in Columbus, Ohio white ballet flats with ribbon. Over the years, he’s created new works with Zakir Hussain, Pharoah Sanders, Lisa Fischer, Charles Lloyd and Jason Moran. It was only a matter of time before he teamed up with Kronos Quartet, the new music juggernaut that is always game to tackle new frontiers. In celebrating the company’s 35th season, this untitled world premiere is paired with a revival of King’s 2005 Baroque ballet, “Handel.”..
Details: Oct. 5-14; Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco; $39.50-$104.50; 415-978-2787, www.ybca.org. Nitin Sawhney and Wang Ramirez, “Dystopian Dream”: Stanford Live presents the U.S white ballet flats with ribbon. premiere of polymathic British composer Nitin Sawhney’s collaboration with the kinetic hip-hop duo of Honji Wang and Sébastien Ramirez, “Dystopian Dream.” Exploring themes of loss, surrender and isolation, it’s a dance theater sojourn through parallel universes and unsettling dreamscapes featuring a vocalist, animated projections, aerial dance and intricately detailed set design..
Details: Oct white ballet flats with ribbon. 4-5; Memorial Auditorium, Stanford University; $32-$68; 650-724-2464, [email protected] Sasha Waltz & Guests, “Körper”: On the cusp of starting her co-directorship of the Berlin State Ballet next year, renowned German choreographer Sasha Waltz has revived 2000’s “Körper,” the first piece she created as director of the prestigious Berlin theater Schaubühne. It’s an arresting work, a kaleidoscopic series of tableaux featuring 13 male and female dancers in various stages of undress that use the human body as a pulsing architectural building block..
“Native Gardens,” which TheatreWorks Silicon Valley is staging at the Mountain View Center for Performing Arts starting Saturday after a few previews, is hilarious. Sure, it deals with racism, sexism, ageism and cultural snobbery, but mainly it is brilliant. And hilarious. Which is no surprise, since it was written by Karen Zacarias, who is one of this nation’s most popular playwrights and certainly one of the most productive writers of comedy for the stage. Her play list includes “Destiny of Desire,” “The Book Club Play,” “Legacy of Light,” “Just Like Us,” “Mariela in the Desert” and many others. Almost all of them are celebrated for their great humor white ballet flats with ribbon.