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The loud, impossibly exuberant record producer Harry Hawkes (Ralph Fiennes) arrives uninvited at an idyllic retreat, where the couple already vacationing there — skinny-dipping, lovemaking and dining on mouthwatering cuisine — has been living in splendid isolation. That’s the setup for filmmaker Luca Guadagnino’s sunbaked mystery. The woman is Marianne Lane (Tilda Swinton), a rock star on a Bowie-esque scale, who is mostly keeping quiet while she recovers from surgery on her vocal cords. Her companion, Paul (Matthias Schoenaerts), is a filmmaker who seems almost unaware of how handsome he is.

Children’s Holiday Festival, History pointe shoes * ballerina gift * toe shoe * ballet shoes * design patent invention * dance studio * dance mom * ballet dancer gif Park, 1650 Senter Road, San Jose (entrance at 635 Phelan Avenue), Santa will be on hand for photo opportunities, Children can ride the trolley with Santa Claus and operate the hand car, There will be live music and entertainment, holiday crafts for kids and story time with the Snow Queen, Park open 11 a.m, to 5 p.m., with main activities noon to 4 p.m, $8 per family of up to four, $2 per additional person, www.historysanjose.org, Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian “Nutcracker,” Flint Center for the Performing Arts, 21250 Stevens Creek Blvd., Cupertino, The holiday favorite dramatizes the traditional story of Masha meeting her “Prince” and, exclusive to Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker, adds a tribute to world peace as well, 3 p.m, $88-$28 at www.ticketmaster.com..

Tamura has known Riley for more than 10 years. When she was little, Riley was walking through the NIH offices in Bethesda, Maryland, when Tamura noticed she was shying away from the windows. “Mr. Sun is not my friend,” Riley said. When Tamura gives speeches to raise awareness for XP, the title of her talk is “Mr. Sun Is Not My Friend.”. As if XP wasn’t horrible enough, Tamura said, Riley has the “D” strain of the disease, meaning she also has neurological degeneration. Her DNA does not have the antibody to repair oxidation in her brain. In other words, her brain cells are dying, and she is losing cognitive abilities as if she were rapidly aging. Her parents estimate that she has lost 20 points off her I.Q. since her freshman year of high school.

Details: Dec, 7.-24; Marines’ Memorial Theatre, San Francisco; $15-$75; http://42ndstmoon.org, 5 “Hairspray”: Almost as enjoyable as the R&B-fueled songs in this stage adaptation of the famed John Waters film is the story about a plucky girl fighting for her dream and teaching the straight arrows pointe shoes * ballerina gift * toe shoe * ballet shoes * design patent invention * dance studio * dance mom * ballet dancer gif around her a lesson in acceptance along the way, The show is getting a production by Children’s Musical Theatre of San Jose’s Marquee Productions, Details: Dec, 2-11; Montgomery Theater, San Jose; $25-$30;408-288-5437, www.cmtsj.org..

Los Altos Stage Company. “The Fox on the Fairway.” Through Dec. 14. By Ken Ludwig. Directed by Daniel P. Wilson. Featuring Michael Weiland as Justin Hicks, Brooke Silva as Louise Heindbedder, Fred Pitts as Henry Bingham, Ali Gangi Malone as Pamela Peabody, Danny Martin as Dickie Bell and Stephanie Crowley as Murial Bingham. Bus Barn Theater, 97 Hillview Ave., Los Altos. $18-$34. www.losaltosstage.org or 650-941-0551. Notre Dame de Namur University Theatre. “The Gift — A Christmas Carol The Musical.” Through Dec. 14. Based on the story by Charles Dickens and featuring a musical score by Alan Menken, lyrics by Lynn Ahrens, and book by Mike Ockrent and Lynn Ahrens. “A lavish musical theatre production of A Christmas Carol presented free to the public by the NDNU Department of Theatre and Dance and the Performing Arts Company.” Directed by Michael Elkins. Featuring Brent Holland, George Metropulos and Scott Fish, and introducing Gabby Jison as Tiny Tim. NDNU Theatre, 1500 Ralston Ave., Belmont. Tickets are free but required as seats are limited. Visit box office an hour prior to the show. 650-508-3456 or email boxoffice@ndnu.ed.