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San Jose Jazz executive director Brendan Rawson says “it’s been a lot of fun” overseeing his second festival since officially taking SJJ’s top spot last year after his previous stint as director of cultural participation with 1stACT Silicon Valley. “We are coming up on our 25th year,” he said about Summer Fest, which until 2011 was billed as the San Jose Jazz Festival. “We wanted to take the opportunity to gauge how it works well and look for ways to improve. One of the first was to make it more of a walkable experience, because we present so much.”.

Laura Michelle Kelly’s Anna approaches the ideal, Her silvery soprano voice blooming with feeling in all the right places, she projects elegance, intelligence, humor and firm resolve, For better or worse, the role of the King will forever be associated with Yul Brynner; Jose Llana lacks a bit of Brynner’s imperious authority, but he makes a credible monarch and a smooth comic foil to Kelly’s sober Anna, As Lady Thiang, Joan Almedilla gives a powerhouse performance of “Something Wonderful,” and Manna Nichols and Kavin Panmeechao sound ardent as the young lovers Tuptim and Lun Tha, Anthony Chan’s Prince Chulalongkorn, and Graham Montgomery’s Louis, make fine contributions, Brian Rivera is a robust Kralahome, Baylen Thomas doubles as Captain Orton and leather shoes. ballet flats. leather ballet flats. black shoes. wife gift. gift for her. personalized gift. handmade shoes. ital Edward, an English friend from Anna’s past, A large supporting cast rounds out the show..

Funds from this source were recently used to repave segments of the trail system and replace seven wood bridge decks crossing creek beds. Cardinet Trail’s major erosion is under repair as we write. There are plans approved by the Trails and Landscape Committee and the City Council to change hardscape and landscape at seven gateway medians, and replace the city trees along Keller Ridge Drive. Here are a few examples of how your tax dollars are always working to maintain the beauty of Clayton’s landscape appearance.

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Details: Through Oct. 30; Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts; $19-$80; 650-463-1960, www.theatreworks.org. 2 “1776”: While Berkeley Rep’s season opener “It Can’t Happen Here” examines the potential dark side of American politics, this musical by Sherman Edwards and Peter Stone is an unabashedly patriotic recounting of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. It’s also a vastly entertaining and, yes, moving play, that is getting a production at Contra Costa Musical Theatre.