Handmade Greeting Cards - Range Of Ballet Birthday Cards For Children Or Adults - Silhouette Style - All Ages - On Sale

A range of children's (or adult) handmade birthday cards featuring a pair of ballet shoes. Ideal for ballet dancers of all ages. The black ballet pump silhouette is placed onto patterned paper and a red ribbon bow is added for a splash of extra colour. The photographs show just a few examples of children's ages that are available. Just let me know if the card is for a child or adult by ticking the correct box and then select the colour of background. To specify the age required, just add this as a note to me and I will be able to custom make the card to your requirements. The adult cards will be larger and therefore slightly more in price (148mm x 148mm/5.8" x 5.8")Child's Size: 104mm x 148mm (approx. 4" x 5.8")250gsm quality white card (300gsm for adult size)White envelopeThe card is left blank inside for your own message.The card will be individually wrapped for protection in a cellophane sleeve and posted in a sturdy cardboard envelope.

Part of the challenge is to take a familiar tale and give it a new spin. LaZebnik says, “We have a story that is beloved by millions and millions of people. It’s a very old story that survived, because there’s something about it that rings true to people. There’s an essential core to the story which speaks to people throughout the generations. So the fact that the story itself is so strong, helps us in the musical. And it’s a great jumping-off point, because, what we have tried to do is to surprise the audience at every juncture.”.

This is a production that is likely to appeal to all ages, LaZebnik says, “Children handmade greeting cards - range of ballet birthday cards for children or adults - silhouette style - all ages will love it because there are miracles, there is action, there are dances, there are songs, It’s enormously entertaining, It’s not for very young children, though, because we really are telling an adult story about two young men.”, LaZebnik relishes collaborating with Schwartz again, “In my estimation, he’s the best songwriter in the world, His inventive songs reveal intentions and thoughts and feelings better than any other songs in theater that I can think of, In this musical, his music supports the characters’ emotional, psychological journey to an amazing extent, And not only is he the consummate professional and knows everything there is to know about theater, but he is one of the best human beings I’ve ever met, He’s open to everyone, enthusiastic, always kind, always thinking of others, So every minute I get to spend with Stephen is just a sheer joy.”..

Schwartz says, “This is the very first step out of the gate. So it is, by definition, a developmental production. We’ll learn a lot from it, obviously. But TheatreWorks is a great place to do something like that. Their audiences are accustomed to projects in development. I feel they have a smart and discerning audience. And being able to see what we have so far, in front of this audience, what we will learn from our interaction with them, is a really exciting first prospect for us with this show.”.

Schwartz has already built an incredible body of work, including collaborations with fellow composer Alan Menken on “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” and “Pocahontas,” for which he received two Academy Awards, His numerous additional honors include handmade greeting cards - range of ballet birthday cards for children or adults - silhouette style - all ages three Grammys and induction into the Songwriters Hall of Fame and the American Theater Hall of Fame, In addition to “The Prince of Egypt,” Schwartz is also currently working on the film version of the Broadway smash “Wicked,” as well as other intriguing projects, However, he doesn’t ponder adding to his legacy..

“You never know if something you’ve done will be remembered or completely forgotten or come back into fashion or go hopelessly out of style never to return,” Schwartz says. “I don’t think we can worry about things like that. All we can do is do the best work we can, that is challenging and exciting to us, and then let others decide how good they think it is or how long a life it will have.”. Email Paul Freeman at paul@popcultureclassics.com. What: “The Prince of Egypt”. Produced by: TheatreWorks Silicon Valley.

There will be dancing in the street on Saturday, when the annual Fall Wine Walk expands to “Eat Drink Los Gatos” on North Santa Cruz Avenue from 1 to 7 p.m, The Chamber-sponsored event follows the traditional wine walk format—ticket holders visit downtown stores for unlimited wine tastings—and now can add food and individual glasses of wine or beer to their experiences, Participants can also grab a table to enjoy live music, Since restaurants, wineries and breweries will be serving from curbside booths on Sept, 23, North Santa Cruz will be closed from handmade greeting cards - range of ballet birthday cards for children or adults - silhouette style - all ages Royce to Main streets to all but pedestrians..

“The street setup is cool,” Los Gatos Chamber executive director Catherine Somers said. “It will be like an open-air marketplace. Many of the booths are really just canopies, so we’re not blocking access to stores and restaurants. The tables, chairs and umbrellas will be setup on the sidewalks and in the street.”. In all, 13 Los Gatos restaurants are participating, along with six local breweries and wineries. Wine and beer glasses are $5, and tokens for individual glasses of wine or beer are $7. A few premium wines will be available for $14 a glass.

“The biggest part of this is celebrating the town,” Somers said, “We know it’s been a tough summer for our merchants, handmade greeting cards - range of ballet birthday cards for children or adults - silhouette style - all ages so we hope all our locals will come out to shop and celebrate with us.”, The traditional Fall Wine Walk remains part of the event, running 1-5 p.m, This year, 27 wineries will be pouring samples inside downtown shops, Wine walk tickets are $45 in advance or $50 on the day of the event, Commemorative wine glasses are included in the ticket price, “The Spring Wine Walk sold out, and we had a waiting list with 250 people on it,” Somers said, “This expanded format opens it up so more people can participate in different ways; it gives everyone a reason to come out.”..

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