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Name decals are perfect for little dancers so they know which shoes are theirs when changing from tap to ballet. These can be made in any color and are made from outdoor grade vinyl. These decals are DIY and will come with easy application instructions.Listing is for 2 name decals ( one for each shoe) in the color of your choice.FIRST NAME ONLYThese decals are apox 7/8 of an inch by 1 inch

Our dessert choices ($9) were limited to creme brulee and a lemon mascarpone cake. Both were done well, but felt a little bit of a letdown after our very impressive meals. Throughout the meal, our server was charming, unobtrusive and efficient. Nico’s may not be easy to find, but it’s worth seeking out. Where: 1508 Walnut St., Berkeley. Contact: 510-280-5920; Hours: 3-10 p.m. weekdays, until 10 p.m. weekends. Cuisine: American. Prices: Entrees $23-$75. Vegetarian: You’ll be choosing from the salads, appetizers and sides only.

Beverages: Full bar, Reservations: Accepted, Noise level: Medium, Parking: Street parking, Kids: Children may enjoy the burger or the mini sliders, Pluses: Simple, elegant entrees and appetizers, Minuses: A few dishes missed the mark on execution; dessert an afterthought, Date opened: September, Policy: We dine anonymously, The Bay Area News Group pays for all meals, Ratings: Restaurants are rated on a scale of one to four, with four representing a truly extraordinary dance shoe diy decal, name tag, shoe decal, dance accessory, ballet, tap shoe decals, presonalized decals experience for that type of restaurant..

It’s an eerie experience hearing or reading a eulogy for someone who’s alive and well, just as it must be to write one. It’s just that kind of cognitive dissonance that inspired local stage ensemble Mugwumpin’s latest collaboratively developed theater piece, “In Event of Moon Disaster.”. “One of our company members, Soren Santos, had been obsessed with this little-known speech that is publicly available, which is the speech Nixon would have read if the Apollo 11 astronauts had died on the moon,” says Mugwumpin artistic director Natalie Greene. “And it’s beautiful and strange and sad and poetic. It felt very Mugwumpin to us, that it presented an alternate reality and that it touched on many different themes around space travel and heroism and what could have been.”.

The 14-year-old ensemble likes to explore key themes as a group and let the narrative take shape around them, “Early on in our first workshop we identified three themes of interest,” Greene says, “One thing that came up quickly was the ethics of space travel, about NASA and other government endeavors investing a lot of money in sending people off the earth when there’s a lot of poverty and suffering here on earth, Pretty quickly some heated debates emerged in dance shoe diy decal, name tag, shoe decal, dance accessory, ballet, tap shoe decals, presonalized decals our rehearsals and our investigations, because some of the research that happens in space has allowed for the technological advances that we benefit from on Earth.”..

Another key theme that emerged was contingency planning. “The actual speech was a contingency plan; it was never used,” Greene says. “And so we started thinking about contingency planning on a large scale and small scale, the idea of Plan B. We wrote up a lot of contingency plans ourselves — in event of this, in event of that … .”. “The third theme, which really appealed to me as a 2017 feminist paying attention in the world, is some of the gender issues, because the speech has very gendered language,” she adds. “It talks a lot about these brave men and their sacrifice for all of mankind. In a way the speech was a time-capsule look at the patriarchy of the ’60s. We found a very interesting contrast with more ancient ideas of the moon, because in so many cultures the moon was a deity, and a female deity. And so this space race, which propelled man to go conquer and colonize the moon and stick his pole in it and say, ‘I’m going to take this for my own,’ was odd and poetic.”.

This is the troupe’s first piece since 2015’s “Blockbuster Season” and Greene’s first foray as artistic director, taking over from founding member Christopher W, White, “What’s been most interesting for me is that I came out of the dance world,” Greene says, “So I met Chris White first in a dance performance at EmSpace Dance, We were both performing for Erin Mei-Ling Stuart, We loved working together, and he instantly cast me to work on ‘Future Motive Power,’ the Tesla show, I immediately fell in love with the work, because I was always sort dance shoe diy decal, name tag, shoe decal, dance accessory, ballet, tap shoe decals, presonalized decals of the theater person in the dance world, I would get cast in a lot of companies because I could speak or sing, Suddenly with Mugwumpin I could do everything, I could write, I could do research and be a nerd, I could do a lot of shifting roles, sometimes helping create and direct, sometimes performing.”..

After “Blockbuster Season,” White wanted to step back, Greene says, so she took the helm on an interim basis, then for real when he decided it was time to move on. “When I took the interim position I didn’t expect to become the artistic director of the company,” she says. “I really wanted to continue the work. I didn’t want the company to go away. It’s been a really good challenge for me, and to have an opportunity to lead a company that is so decidedly interdisciplinary feels really right.”.

Without a doubt, Sonic Runway has been the most eye-catching thing to hit downtown San Jose in a long time, But if your eyes haven’t yet had the chance to catch the light-and-sound installation at San Jose City Hall, you’re in luck, Kerry Adams-Hapner, San Jose’s director of cultural affairs, says the piece by artists Rob Jensen and Warren Trezevant will have its stay dance shoe diy decal, name tag, shoe decal, dance accessory, ballet, tap shoe decals, presonalized decals at city hall’s plaza extended through March 9, The first installation in the “Playa to the Paseo” partnership between the Burning Man Project and the city, Sonic Runway was supposed to finish its temporary run this month, but it’s proven too popular to switch off quite so soon..

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