Not every group involves choreography, but many body music practices represented at the IBMF are inextricably intertwined with organized movement that fits comfortably in the world of dance. “Éric Beaudry does perform seated, but it’s a Quebecois art form where they just wail with their feet,” says Keith Terry, the festival’s founder and artist director. “He doesn’t move in space, but it’s definitely dance.”. Presented in association with Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, the International Body Music Festival runs Monday through Nov. 6 at locations around the Bay Area. Beyond the two showcase performances Nov. 3-5 at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Forum (and a Nov. 6 family matinee), the festival includes teacher trainings and workshops for adults and teens in San Francisco and Oakland, a panel discussion and master class at UC Berkeley, a body music open mic at Amnesia in San Francisco, and Berkeley and Oakland in-school assemblies.
TheatreWorks, “Of Mice and Men.” By John Steinbeck, Directed by Robert Kelley, Featuring AJ Meijer as “Lennie” and Jos Viramontes as “George.” Previews April 4-6, Opens April 7, Through April 29, TheatreWorks at the Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts, 500 Castro St., Mountain View, $19-$69, 650-463-1960 or theatreworks.org, Bus Barn Theater, “The Government Inspector.” Adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher from the original by Nikolai Gogol, April 12 through May 5, Bus Barn Theater, 97 Hillview Ave., ballet flats 1 Los Altos, $24-32, 650-941-0551 or www.busbarn.org..
Bay Shore Lyric Opera, “Hansel and Gretel,” Saratoga Civic Theater, 13777 Fruitvale Ave., Saratoga. Enjoy a family-friendly, English language version of the fairy tale opera adapted to 80 minutes. 6 and 8 p.m. Also 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Dec. 14. $10-$16 at brownpapertickets.com. Symphony Silicon Valley Chorale’s 10th annual “Carols in the California,” California Theatre, 345 S. First St., San Jose. Come for the traditional sing-along of your favorite carols and a performance of John Rutter’s “Magnificat.” 7 p.m. $26 and $36 at symphonysiliconvalley.org or 408.286.2600.
“Football is something that resonates with a lot of our residents,” says Chow, “Also, our coverage provides an opportunity ballet flats 1 to showcase other activities that go on at the high school, like the marching band and the cheer and dance teams, who may not get quite as much attention but contribute an equal amount of energy and enthusiasm.”, Dietrich’s motivation is simple, “I like to help students,” he says, “And as long as they want to give a little back I’ll try my best, because they’re our future.”..
Sons in Retirement: Retired men’s luncheon club features fellowship and guest speakers. Meets the third Tuesday of the month. Elks Lodge, 444 Alma St., San Jose. For more information, contact Al Code at firstname.lastname@example.org, 408-978-2299. Military Officers Association of America: The Silicon Valley chapter holds a luncheon meeting on the third Thursday of the month. 408-245-2217.siliconvalleymoaa.org. Submit a listing by emailing information about your event to email@example.com. Deadline is noon, eight days prior to Friday’s publication.
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