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ballerina vintage ballet and dance collage, planner and scrapbook kit number 1889

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ballerina vintage ballet and dance collage, planner and scrapbook kit number 1889

Jessica “Figgy” Figueroa, 23. Survivor skills: Figgy is, she says, adventurous, a free spirit and a crowd pleaser who enjoys kayaking, videography and watching football. We’re willing to bet she came up with her own nickname, too. Survivability: When asked what being a Millennial means, she described it as being “blessed with an innovative and creative mind” and having the world is at her fingertips. “It’s all there,” she says. “I just have to make it happen. I work hard for where I want to be and for everything I have. Millennials get stuff done and work hard while throwing a good snap in our Snapchat stories every now and again.” That noise you hear is the sound of 65 million Baby Boomers rolling their eyes. Look over there, Figgy. There’s a participation trophy waiting for you at Loser Lodge.

Pittsburg theater presents ‘Mulan’, PITTSBURG — Pittsburg Community Theater will present the musical “Mulan,” featuring more than 40 local student performers and songs from the Disney production of the same name, Dec, 11-13 at the California Theatre, This classic tale depicts the story of a young girl who protects her elderly father by disguising herself as a boy and joining the army, after an invasion by ballerina vintage ballet and dance collage, planner and scrapbook kit number 1889 the Huns, Additionally, there will be a one-act performance written by a local 10-year-old boy called “Operation: Coming Home,” which shows how kids deal with having family members who are deployed, Tickets are $10 for children 11 and under, $15 for children 12 and up, and $20 for adults, Showtimes are: Dec, 11 at 7 p.m., Dec, 12 at 8 p.m., and Dec, 13-14 at 2 p.m, Tickets are available at the California Theatre Box Office, 351 Railroad Ave, in Pittsburg, by phone at 925-427-1611 or online at www.PittsburgCaliforniaTheatre.com..

In other scenes, the head honcho at a chemical firm (a sinisterly smooth Colin Blattel, Ubuntu’s managing director) tries to strike a Mephistophelean bargain with an earnest lab assistant (Francisco Arcila), and a world-weary doctor (Ariel Luckey) has to tell a promising young colleague (Tim Barnett) that the hospital has to make cutbacks based more on connections than merit or seniority. Every one of these moral fables of the class war also contains fiery speeches as worker after worker is radicalized by the sheer injustice of their collective plight. It’s not a subtle piece by any stretch of the imagination, but in Ubuntu’s hands it’s an awfully stirring one that makes you feel, just for a moment, that a revolution is close at hand.

Areté Dance Center’s “Dance: An International Holiday,” Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts SecondStage, 500 Castro St., Mountain View, Experience the magic of ballroom dance and ballerina vintage ballet and dance collage, planner and scrapbook kit number 1889 holiday cheer as you are transported across the globe, from the streets of Havana to the ballrooms of Vienna, 8 p.m, $27 at www.ci.mtnview.ca.us/mvcpa/dec13.html or 650.903.6000, Bayer Ballet Academy’s “A Winter Fairy Tale,” Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts SecondStage, 500 Castro St., Mountain View, Join Bayer Ballet Company artists and a Russian Santa Claus in an evening of stunning holiday ballet for the family, 5:30 p.m, Also 2:30 p.m, Dec, 22, $30 adults, $25 seniors/students/children 12 and under at www.ci.mtnview.ca.us/mvcpa/dec13.html or 650.903.6000..

Two performances of Silly Simon will be offered, May 28 and 29, 1:30 p.m. at the California Theatre, 345 S. First St., San Jose. Ballet San Jose School director Lise la Cour choreographed the ballet, based on the Hans Christian Andersen fairytale, which tells of three brothers who go to court a princess who has decreed that she will marry only the wittiest man in the kingdom. Two of the brothers, knowing themselves to be clever guys, are confident that one of them will win the princess’ hand. The third brother in the trio, Silly Simon, apparently not only lacks wit but also doesn’t know how to woo, bringing such lackluster gifts to the princess as an old shoe and a dead crow. But maybe Simon simply has more on his mind than it seems.