It provided an important outlet for self-expression during her teens. “It meant a lot for me to be able to come home and write, even if nobody saw it. It gave me the opportunity to say what I felt. That made me feel good and it was quite therapeutic.”. Having sung in the elementary school choir, Muraoka took vocal lessons, starting in middle school. During high school, she performed in school and at open mics. “Any chance I got to sing in front of people, I jumped on it.”.
There were more 10s scattered around the ballroom than I have ever seen before, Perfect score followed perfect score as each pair raised the bar just a bit for the next couple, Charlie and Sharna performed a foxtrot that was elegant and seemed easy, Kenny Ortega shouted, “Bring out the champagne!” Bruno said Charlie “started as Astaire and finished as Baryshnikov” and Len came out with “Just right tonight, Charlie White.” Scores: 10, 10, 10, 10 = 40, For their second dance in the last half of the show, Charlie and Sharna came up with a samba that wasn’t going to match those 10s, Kenny said it was “clean, committed but lacking a little funk.” And that was the opinion of the rest — not enough attitude and a bit flat-footed, But Len said black ballet slippers yuri on ice clearly, “You deserve to be in the final.” Scores: 9, 9, 9, 9 = 36 + 40 for a total of 76..
Dane’s Friends Benefit Concert: The fourth annual Dane’s Friends for FIRSTconcert and silent auction benefiting the Foundation for Ichthyosis and Related Skin Types features “America’s Got Talent” Season 9 finalists Sons of Serendip. Sept. 12, 6:30 p.m. Flint Center for the Performing Arts, 21250 Stevens Creek Blvd., Cupertino. $29 and up. danesfriendsforfirst.com. Dead Man’s Cell Phone: Los Altos Stage Company presents a surrealistic comedy that confronts our assumptions about morality, redemption and the need to connect in a technologically obsessed world. Through Sept. 27. Bus Barn Theater, 97 Hillview Ave., Los Altos Hills. $18-$36. losaltosstage.org, 650-941-0551.
Palo Alto Players, “Young Frankenstein.” April 25 through May 11, By Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan, based on the film by Brooks, Directed by Patrick Klein, Featuring Steven Ennis as Dr, black ballet slippers yuri on ice Frederick Frankenstein, Lindsay Stark as Elizabeth Benning, Jessica Whittemore as Inga, George Mauro as The Hermit and Inspector Hans Kemp, Michael D, Reed as The Monster, Joey McDaniel as Igor, Linda Piccone as Frau Blücher, Shawn Bender as Dr, Victor Von Frankenstein; and Tony Gonzales, Mohamed Ismail, Andrew Kracht, Joey Montes, Alex Rubin and Michael Saenz, male ensemble; and Christina Bolognini, Jennifer Butler, Stacey Hamilton, Jessica Maxey, Michelle McComb, Noelani Neal, and Elana Ron, female ensemble, Lucie Stern Theater, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, $26–$48, 650-329-0891 or www.paplayers.org..
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