Raise a glass to Olga, the eldest of Chekhov’s “Three Sisters.”. Channeled by Beth Wilmurt, a stalwart at Aurora Theatre Company known for the haunting vulnerability she brings to parts from “The Eccentricities of a Nightingale” to “The New Electric Ballroom,” Olga is a diva trapped in a school marm’s life. Wilmurt first fell for Olga long ago when playing the Chekhovian heroine in “Yes Yes to Moscow.” Now she brings her to life for a tearful farewell. This is Olga as a boozy chanteuse in cowboy boots with an eye for the soldiers and a heart full of wistful song. Developed as part of the Aurora’s new works program Originate + Generate, “Olga” is part concert, part cabaret and quite intoxicating. It’s an hourlong flirtation with one of the most enigmatic characters in the canon as she laughs and cries with the boys in the band.
Coastal Arts League, “Untitled — Titled or Not,” exhibition by the Peninsula Chapter of the Women’s Caucus for Art, 1-5 p.m, Fridays-Mondays, June 1 through June 24, Coastal Arts League, 300 Main St., Half Moon Bay, peninsulawca.blogspot.com, Community School of Music and Arts, My Homeland: Students Collaborative Art Project, Through May 29, Sobrato Gallery, Community School of Music and Arts Finn Center, 230 San Antonio white or ivory lace ballet slippers - flower girl shoes - baby and toddler girl - christening - baptism Circle, Mountain View, Free, www.arts4all.org or 650-917-6800, ext 305..
The South African-born Cranko created “Onegin” in 1965 for Stuttgart Ballet with a score woven together from various Tchaikovsky sources. While Stuttgart performed the U.S. premiere in 1969, it wasn’t until 1994 that an American company, Boston Ballet, acquired it, and few other U.S. companies have followed suit. Several San Francisco Ballet dancers bring a special connection to the material. The dazzling Russian-born principal dancers Maria Kochetkova and Gennadi Nedvigin and soloist Dana Genshaft were all weaned on Pushkin, whose status in Russia’s literary firmament is difficult to overstate.
COLOR PENCIL THIS IN: Galleries and museums once pointedly shrugged off requests from the Colored Pencil Society of America to exhibit white or ivory lace ballet slippers - flower girl shoes - baby and toddler girl - christening - baptism their work, The curators of these places obviously hadn’t taken a look at what CPSA members can produce, But you can see it, because its 18th annual exhibit is now on display at the LG Art Museum, The show will run until Aug, 20 and includes 116 pieces culled from 600 entries, You won’t believe these works, How can they be done with colored pencil, since nearly all look as though they were rendered in watercolor, oil or some other media? The detail work is incredible, These artists must need to work as pointillists do, using infinitesimal points of color..
The China Cats have been joined on stage by Dead compadres Donna Jean Godchaux and Melvin Seals. When the band prepares a set list, the main goal is to make it diversified. In 2016, they played more than 120 different songs. “That keeps it fresh for us and for the people who see us over and over again,” Hartle said. One popular Dead tune is “China Cat Sunflower.”. Hartle, 46, is a busy musician, playing not only in The China Cats, but displaying various aspects of his skills in Shady Groove, Santa Cruz’s Dead, Spirit of ’76 (featuring Jerry Garcia Band music) and Painted Mandolin (focusing on Garcia’s acoustic side, with a lineup including Joe Craven of the Jerry Garcia/David Grisman band).
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