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That same year, he made both his off-Broadway and Broadway debuts. He won the Clarence Derwent Award, given to promising newcomers, for the Broadway work in Graham Greene’s comedy “The Complaisant Lover.”. He used his new name, Gene Wilder, for the off-Broadway and Broadway roles. He lifted the first name from the character Eugene Gant in Thomas Wolfe’s “Look Back, Homeward Angel,” while the last name was clipped from playwright Thornton Wilder. A key break came when he co-starred with Bancroft in Bertolt Brecht’s “Mother Courage,” and met Brooks, her future husband.

Cappella Romana, 5 p.m, Feb, 2, Holy Week in Jerusalem, Bing Concert Hall, 327 Lasuen St., Stanford University, $34, 650-725-2787 or http://live.stanford.edu, The Beethoven Project, Stanford Philharmonia Orchestra, Jindong Cai, conductor; Jon Nakamatsu, piano, 8 p.m, Feb, 2, Symphony No, 8 ballet cake topper, ballet, custom dance decor, ballerina decor, ballerina, birthday girl, toe shoes, en pointe, ballet slippers in F Major, Op, 93 (1812); Piano Concerto No, 2 in B-flat Major, Op, 19 (1795); Symphony No, 2 in D Major, Op, 36 (1802), Bing Concert Hall, 327 Lasuen St., Stanford University, $20, 650-725-2787 or http://live.stanford.edu..

David Rubio will attend UC Davis to major in economics. The scholar athlete has played soccer at PHS for three years, is a Leadership student, Special Olympics soccer teammate/coach and an active participant in the Pitt Unify sports program. Gurjot Singh is in the Punjabi Pirate and Interact clubs. He has done community service for the Sikh Temple and the Contra Costa Library, is an Academic Achiever and received an award for webpage design. Gurjot will attend UC Merced to major in computer engineering.

Laura Michelle Kelly’s Anna approaches the ideal, Her silvery soprano voice blooming with feeling in all the right places, she projects elegance, intelligence, humor and firm resolve, For better or worse, the role of the King ballet cake topper, ballet, custom dance decor, ballerina decor, ballerina, birthday girl, toe shoes, en pointe, ballet slippers will forever be associated with Yul Brynner; Jose Llana lacks a bit of Brynner’s imperious authority, but he makes a credible monarch and a smooth comic foil to Kelly’s sober Anna, As Lady Thiang, Joan Almedilla gives a powerhouse performance of “Something Wonderful,” and Manna Nichols and Kavin Panmeechao sound ardent as the young lovers Tuptim and Lun Tha, Anthony Chan’s Prince Chulalongkorn, and Graham Montgomery’s Louis, make fine contributions, Brian Rivera is a robust Kralahome, Baylen Thomas doubles as Captain Orton and Edward, an English friend from Anna’s past, A large supporting cast rounds out the show..

The other winners include Mario Scharmer of Walnut Creek (see page 1) and Frogard Butler of Pleasant Hill. Marable, who majored in art history and design at UC Berkeley, first volunteered as a Head Start teacher in Oakland in the late 1960s. She later taught in parochial schools and, when her daughter was born, began tutoring children with learning disabilities at her home, then in Lafayette. She also went on to study ballet at UC Berkeley and performed on numerous occasions, having taken master classes with the London Royal Ballet and at UC Berkeley with George Ballanchine.

 

 

 


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