And we want you finish the 365-day marathon known as 2015 with a win. A great way to do that is at one of the many New Year’s Eve concerts that will ring out the year. The plentiful options range from funk and rock to R&B and dance music to blues and beyond. Oh, and don’t forget the comedy shows. Here are some of the top choices for NYE 2015 in the Bay Area. Just pick a flavor, and get ready to enjoy. 9 p.m. Dec. 31; The Masonic, San Francisco; $59.50-$95, www.livenation.com. 8 p.m. Dec. 29-30, 9 p.m. Dec. 31; The Fillmore, San Francisco; $39.50-$75, www.livenation.com. Also 8 p.m. Jan. 2; Rio Theater, Santa Cruz; $60, www.eventbrite.com.
Details: The premiere opens with a 6 p.m, reception, followed by the screening at 7 p.m, and a Q&A with filmmakers afterwards; $25-$50; http://sanjosetheaters.org, 4 “Les Miserables”: Tri-Valley Repertory Theatre is the latest Bay Area troupe to tackle this beloved musical based on the Victor j jill ballet flats Hugo novel about noble French peasants rebelling against injustice, Details: Jan, 17-31; Bankhead Theater, Livermore; $20-$39; www.trivalleyrep.org, 5 Wendy Whelan: The legendary dancer, who retired last fall as principal ballerina for the New York City Ballet, brings her show “Restless Creature” to San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, The program features Whelan performing four new duets with rising choreographers Kyle Abraham, Joshua Beamish, Brian Brooks and Alejandro Cerrudo..
Marvin ingeniously builds a rocket, flies to the moon and meets a variety of bizarre creatures, including a one-eyed moon girl who befriends him. Returning home triumphantly, he is now popular with the cliques that had rejected him. But he finds that victory hollow. “I’m always a fan of the underdog,” said Lightwire co-founder Ian Carney, who describes the production as a bit of an homage to John Hughes’ teen comedies such as “Breakfast Club” and “Sixteen Candles.”. “It’s about what you can achieve, if you put your mind to it. Whether you’re 60 or 5, you realize, ‘If Marvin can do it, I can do it.’”.
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But not everyone, she says, may relate to the same music. “It needs to be individualized in some way so it reflects their culture and the time they were born,” she said. Wish Book readers can help Live Oak Adult Day Services with its goal of providing a personalized music program for its clients. Live Oak, which hopes to raise $6,500, will use donations of any amount toward purchasing iPods, headphones, iPod docking stations and iTunes cards for downloading music at their four adult day care centers.
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