For tickets to “A Grand Night for Singing,” call 925-943-SHOW or go to www.lesherartscenter.org. Abandoned by his unwed mother and given up for adoption by her parents, the infant disappeared from Will’s life. A traumatic episode, however, puts him on a quest to find his son and establish a relationship. A set of eccentric misfits both help and hinder Will’s mission, which becomes more complicated as his past connection with a scandalous fundamentalist church comes to light.
There will be dessert from Nothing Bundt Cakes and java from Blvd Coffee, “For $65 you get all the food, drink and dessert brown tones, guatemalan textiles, mayan, slip on, flat shoes, ballet flats, handmade, handwoven you want,” Moresco said, “We also have great prizes for people to bid on in our auctions.”, There will be both silent and live auctions, The live auction items include a one-week stay at the Wyndham Las Vegas, a one week Tahoe Keys vacation, two nights at the Montage Beverly Hills with airfare included, two dinners for eight prepared by Lions’ Chef Tom Crumpton and a pig roast donated by Los Gatos Meats, “My favorite is the pig roast, but I think I’m going to have to go after that Vegas trip as well,” Moresco said..
Vau de Vire and Oakland Central present The Soiled Dove: Through Nov. 17, Tortona Big Top in downtown Oakland, 1911 Telegraph Ave., Oakland. Enjoy a circus-infused dinner theater set in a re-created Barbary Coast red light district, with a 10-piece orchestra and musical-guest cameos each evening, plus a four-course. $49-$137. www.thesoileddove.com. Portia Munson: Her Room/Her World: Noon-5 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday, through Dec. 16, Bedford Gallery, 1601 Civic Drive, Walnut Creek. The exhibition includes massive installations of Bedroom and Constellations along with prints, a projection and additional sculptures. Opening reception from 3-5 p.m. Sept. 30. $5. www.bedfordgallery.org.
Details: Presented by Broadway San Jose; March 13-18; San Jose Center for the Performing Arts; $48-$153 (subject to change); broadwaysanjose.com, 2 Italian opera!: Works by two Italian composers are being presented this weekend and beyond, Island City Opera Company in Alameda is serving up Vincenzo Bellini’s bel campo work “La Sonnambula” (the sleepwalker), while Livermore brown tones, guatemalan textiles, mayan, slip on, flat shoes, ballet flats, handmade, handwoven Valley Opera offers Verdi’s explosive “Un Ballo in Maschera” (The Masked Ball), inspired by the real-life assassination of Sweden’s King Gustav III..
“I think the cranes are awe-inspiring to many people because they are so large, they make music and because they dance,” said Sara Sweet, a preserve restoration ecologist. Their calls evoke an image of times long ago, in tune with the history of a bird tracing its roots to fossils millions of years old. Aldo Leopold, the father of wildlife biology, described the haunting sandhill call as “the trumpet in the orchestra of evolution.”. Adapted to live in flat, open fields, wetlands and ponds, the crane has a back claw located differently than most birds — limiting its ability to grasp branches and roost in trees.
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