Personally, I might be more inclined to choose Mrs. Fields, or maybe Betty Crocker, or even that lady on the See’s Candy box, but that’s probably just my hunger pangs talking after skipping lunch today. But on a more serious note, I think I’ve got the perfect candidate to take over for our seventh U.S. President on the face of the double sawbuck–my mother. Well, maybe not my mom, but everyone’s mom. You know, the mother who nurtured us when we were young; the mother who packed our school lunches with peanut butter sandwiches every morning (OK, and maybe a couple of Twinkies or some Hostess Cupcakes, too); the mother who mildly scolded us for staying out past our curfew (and more importantly, never told Dad!); the mother who drove us to school in the morning and picked us up in the afternoon, then drove us to (pick one), A) soccer practice, B) band practice, C) ballet class, D) baseball practice, E) all of the above.
“One of the things that theater has given me is direct feedback from other people,” she said, “to show me what they are seeing.”, Whittemore did a couple of shows in high school in San Jose, but “In college, I decided I had to be very serious, At USC I didn’t sing or dance or act at all.”, But, once ballerina clipart, ballet clipart, ballerina, girl dancing clipart, ballerinas clipart, ballerina clip art, ballet class, baller she finished grad school, at the University of Michigan, she started doing theater again, “At one time I wrote a huge list of things theater gave me,” she said, “It gave me self-confidence, helped me explore my feelings, get in touch with my emotions, become more comfortable with that … really, that’s huge, in all avenues in my life — the way I walk, the ability to speak, having confidence in the choices I make..
Details: Presented by Cal Performances; 8 p.m. Oct. 22, 3 p.m. Oct. 23; $36-$86; 510-642-9988, calperformances.org. 2 Vienna Piano Trio: This group is renowned almost as much for its exuberant and endearing stage presence as for its technical brilliance. The trio has a new violinist, Northern California native David McCarroll, and comes to San Jose’s Trianon Theatre to perform a program of Brahms, Schubert and Mozart. Details: Presented by San Jose Chamber Music Society; 7 p.m. Oct. 23 (Roger Emanuels discusses the program at 6:15 p.m.); $37-$49; 408-286-5111, www.sjchambermusic.org.
The 31 nominees in six competitive categories (autobiography has six finalists) announced Saturday were an international blend of popular ballerina clipart, ballet clipart, ballerina, girl dancing clipart, ballerinas clipart, ballerina clip art, ballet class, baller authors such as Franzen, Christopher Hitchens and Patti Smith and the kind of lesser-known picks critics pride themselves on, such as German-Dutch novelist Hans Keilson, 101 years old, and cited for the acclaimed “Comedy in a Key.” Finalists were published by Random House Inc., Simon & Schuster and other major New York houses, and by McSweeney’s, Graywolf Press and the Feminist Press..
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