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“When I retired,” she said, “one of my goals was to reach out and expand as an independent director and choreographer, stuff I couldn’t do before”. As it happens, Scott has former students scattered around the world, including quite a few based in New York. One of her former students, Patrick Klein, an actor she had employed at Cabrillo Stage, where she has done a lot of work as a director, choreographer and performer, is now artistic director at Palo Alto Players. “He called me and said, ‘Would you consider doing something at Palo Alto Players?” Scott said.

There were some nice moments early on, such as when he blended “Little Red Corvette” (from 1983’s “1999”) with the title track to 1980’s “Dirty Mind.”, Things got even better once he basically dropped the autobiographical accompaniment and just stuck to singing the songs, Prince sounded terrific at the piano — which might have come as a surprise to those who know him mainly for his face-melting guitar riffs — and he sounded even better at the microphone, His vocals were clear, yet soulful, and he handled a wide 18cm 10 keys lockable beginner ballet wedge boot hoof heelless fetish light pink variety of material, slowing down up-tempo favorites and burning through big ballads, He played a number of his top hits, like “Raspberry Beret” and “Purple Rain,” and he also dusted off some rarities, including the showstopper “It” (from 1987’s “Sign o’ the Times”)..

They were in good company, considering the troupe’s sterling performances of the national dances in Act 3 and in the Act 1 Pas de Trois with Dores André, Taras Domitro and Sasha De Sola, who combined impeccable technique with virtuosic style. Friday’s cast of signets — the iconic quartet of swans who crisscross the stage with clockwork precision in heads and feet — captured the ballet’s ingenious choreography, its complex poetry and the marvel of beautiful dancing. We have Ellen Rose Hummel, Lauren Parrott, Julia Rowe and Emma Rubinowitz to thank for that.

“Women of Tibet: Gyalyum Chemo — The Great Mother.” Introduction by director 18cm 10 keys lockable beginner ballet wedge boot hoof heelless fetish light pink and producer Rosemary Rawcliffe, 7:30 p.m, Dec, 9, Room 002, Building 200, Stanford University, Free, 650-721-6609 or http://arts.stanford.edu/event/film-screening-of-women-of-tibet-gyalyum-chemo-the-great-mother-with-introduction-by-rosemary-rawcliffe-director-and-producer/, Documentary Film Screenings, Shorts by First Year MFA Students, 7:30 p.m, Dec, 11, Annenberg Auditorium, Stanford University, Free, 650-723-3404 or http://art.stanford.edu/news-events/events-calendar/?begindate=2012-12-11&enddate=2012-12-11#anchor_1031..

Two local actors, Kyle Goldman and Khary L. Moye, journey across the Bay Bridge to perform in Custom Made Theatre’s spot-on production of John Guare’s “Six Degrees of Separation.”. You may remember Goldman as Tom Buchanan in “The Great Gatsby” and Moye as Lenny “Of Mice and Men,” both at Danville’s Role Players Ensemble. Stuart Bousel’s innovative direction begins the play with the entire cast on stage as Ouisa (a marvelous Genevieve Perdue) and her husband Flan (a splendid Matt Weimer) begin their tale of woe. It seems that Paul (an impressive Moye), claiming to be a college friend of their children and the son of Sidney Poitier, has arrived at their home. The poor young man has been mugged across from the couple’s pricey Manhattan apartment and remembering his friends’ parents lived close by has come to them for aid. Of course, Ouisa and Flan agree to help him and become enthralled by the charming Paul in the process. That all changes, however, when they discover Paul has pulled this same gambit on several of their well-heeled friends. But, while Paul spent months learning about the parents and their college-age children through a mutual friend, he seems more intent on becoming part of their upper class life style than robbing them.