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This collaboration between Sanders and Peninsula Ballet Theatre debuted in 2015 in the company’s 150-seat studio. It was such a hit, they moved “Hip Hop Nutcracker” to the Fox the following year. This will be its second year at the venue. Peninsula Ballet Theatre, a non-profit organization based in San Mateo, again teamed with Sanders to update Prokofiev’s “Cinderella” this past spring. In April, Amato will use some of Sanders’ dancers in the ballet company’s production of “Carnival of the Animals.”.

Amato and Sanders are contemplating a future joint venture, “We’re just trying to find the right project,” Amato said, “It’s a delicate balancing act, Generally, in the past, trying to do this kind of thing has been cheesy and corny, It’s hard to meld them, But with Stuck’s talent and ivory wedding ballet shoes with crystals, ballet slippers with crystals, ivory ballet flats, flats with ribbons, elegant bridal with his dancers and with our dancers, we can create something really special.”, Peninsula Ballet Theatre is celebrating its 50th anniversary, Amato hopes that, with such collaborations, they can grow both the ballet audience and the hip-hop audience, He thinks it’s important to be willing to experiment..

“We’re going to continue to work with Stuck as much as we can, because the broader our base is, the better it is for all of us – better for the dancers, better for the audience. “To keep arts alive, we have to pull in from all different areas. We have to be inclusive, involve all different communities. We’re trying to reach out. Ballet has always incorporated other styles of dance. And hip-hop may be one of the ones in the future.”. Sanders said, “It’s rare to get a platform where the styles can link. The ballet audience definitely doesn’t get a lot of hip hop creativity. And same with the hip-hop world — we don’t see a lot of ballet creativity. So it’s great to see a different interpretation of such a well known story.”.

“Hip hop was created in ivory wedding ballet shoes with crystals, ballet slippers with crystals, ivory ballet flats, flats with ribbons, elegant bridal the streets, So to have it viewed by people who normally wouldn’t probably otherwise see this element of creativity is one of the goals.”, Amato said that the dedication of Sanders, Martinez and their dancers to their art form equals that of his ballet performers, “They live, eat, breathe dance, Their dance is hip hop, but they are just as committed, I’ve been a dancer-director for more than 40 years and these are some of the most talented dancers I’ve seen in a long time.”..

Sanders said, “One of my biggest goals is to get to a Broadway level of producing plays, musicals. So with ‘Hip Hop Nutcracker,’ it’s a great way for us to put our hip hop into storylines that people are used to. And we can build from there.”. Audiences loved the show last year and Sanders said this year’s edition will be bigger and better. “It’s only been a year, but the level is going to be really, really great. There’s going to be a huge difference.”. “It’s really exciting to watch where this may go,” Amato said. “This is the genesis of something that may be a whole new movement. Where we go, the future will tell.”.

Camille A, Brown and Dancers, a whole lotta “Nutcrackers” and a holiday show by a Bay Area rock suerFor those keeping score at home, this edition of Weekend Top 10 has but ivory wedding ballet shoes with crystals, ballet slippers with crystals, ivory ballet flats, flats with ribbons, elegant bridal 5 items, to accommodate the crowded holiday arts season, 1 Camille A, Brown: The award-winning choreographer brings her New York company to Berkeley this weekend to perform the second part of a trilogy of her works exploring the intersection of race, culture, rituals and identity, “Black Girl: Linguistic Play” employs traditional African-American girls’ dances and games — from double dutch to ring shouts — to tell a story of how our cultural essence empowers us, Described by the New York Times as “by turns, clever and tender,” “Black Girl” gets three performances, presented by Cal Performances..

Details: 8 p.m. Dec. 8-9, 3 p.m. Dec. 10; Zellerbach Playhouse, UC Berkeley; $49-$54; 510-642-9988, calperformances.org. 2 Nutcrackers: Many and varied versions of the famed holiday ballet are spreading like tinsel in a tornado throughout the Bay Area this weekend (and beyond). Here are a few, and to see our full holiday arts and entertainment calendar, go here. Menlowe Ballet: “It’s a Wonderful Nutcracker” is inspired by Frank Capra’s beloved 1946 film; Dec. 8-17; Menlo-Atherton Performing Arts Center, Atherton; $20-$55; 800-595-4849; www.menloweballet.org.

Black Diamond Ballet Theatre: The company’s full-length production is created by Sharon Sobel Idul; 7 p.m, Dec, 9; 2 p.m, Dec, 10; Creative Arts Building at Pittsburg High School; $10-$20; 925-754-9833, www.blackdiamondballet.org, Valley Dance Theatre: This full-length production has been a Tri-Valley tradition for more than 35 years, The troupe is accompanied by the Valley Dance Theatre Pit Orchestra; Dec, 9-17; Bankhead Theater, Livermore; $33-$42; www.valleydancetheatre.com, Mark Foehringer Dance Project|SF: ivory wedding ballet shoes with crystals, ballet slippers with crystals, ivory ballet flats, flats with ribbons, elegant bridal “Nutcracker Sweets” is a family-friendly 50-minute production; Dec, 9-23; Cowell Theater at Fort Mason Center, San Francisco; $20.50-$42.50; 415-345-7575; nutcrackersweets.org..

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