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“Do I look like Vicki?” she says groggily, her head swathed in a thick halo of bandages. “Yeah, you look like Vicki wrapped up in a towel,” he replies. “And 10 years younger,” the nurse adds. “Gotta keep my sexy man,” Vicki says, a sign she’s clearly still under the influence of all the surgical drugs. “It has nothing to do with that,” Steve says quite sincerely, then patting his heart to show her his love for her is all about what’s inside. “I have no panties on right now,” Vicki replies, and now, God bless her, we know she’s going to be all right — same old Vicki, brand new jowls.

The book is about the author’s aunt who cared for Kennedy following a lobotomy, which left her institutionalized, The free cards with silk lace ballet shoes event, with previously unseen photos, is sponsored by the Walnut Creek Library Foundation and is part of the Live! from the Library program, To reserve a seat, register at www.wclibrary.org/live, ‘Spontaneous Shakespeare’ by Synergy Theater, Synergy Theater presents “Spontaneous Shakespeare,” at 8:15 p.m, May 20-21, at the Lesher Center for the Arts, Knight Stage 3 Theatre, 1601 Civic Drive, in Walnut Creek..

South Hall at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center will be turned over to 30 artists (and groups of artists) who, in public view, will install their projects in a program called “Out of the Garage, Into the World” which celebrates a meeting of technological and artistic innovation and invention. Exhibits are already up at the San Jose Museum of Art, the Institute of Contemporary Art, MACLA and the San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles, all of the shows related to Zero One’s theme, “Build Your Own World.”.

She never doubted the new cards with silk lace ballet shoes theater would happen, “Commitment is never my problem,” she said, While ODC hasn’t been the only modern dance company to flourish in the Bay Area’s fertile creative soil, they’re certainly the biggest, There are few American contemporary dance groups that can boast their own company, school and theater, “Other than Alvin Ailey (American Dance Theater) in New York, I can think of no other companies that have such grand facilities for modern dance,” said John Killacky, former director of Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, where in addition to their home seasons, ODC has staged their popular Christmas program “The Velveteen Rabbit” for many years..

The concert culminates with the Symphony Silicon Valley Chorale joining Jofre and the orchestra on “Misa Tango,” Luis Bacalov’s contribution to the growing phenomenon of the tango mass. Starting with Ariel Ramírez’s 1964 “Criolla Mass,” which rushed through the door opened by the Second Vatican Council to vernacular language, several other composers have explored the form, including Martín Palmeri. In many ways “Misa Tango” feels like an extension of Bacalov’s acclaimed film work (the Argentine-born Italian composer earned an Academy Award for his “Il Postino” score). “Bacalov as a composer is very cinematic,” Jofre says. “The Misa has many beautiful moments and some really gorgeous melodies. It’s very interesting to hear the choir, the big symphony and the bandoneon in a different context.”.