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The story begins during Barnum’s boyhood when, while working in his father’s tailor shop, he falls in love with Charity, the daughter of a wealthy client who would never let his only child run off with the son of tradesman. But once the girl becomes an adult, played by Michelle Williams, she can’t be talked out of marrying her beloved. Fast-forward a few years, to when they’re parents of a couple of kids and struggling to make ends meet. As if on cue, Barnum dreams up a novel way to make money, via a museum of curiosities, complete with human attractions.

Capitol Dance Company in honor of Chip Fields; Cindy Carr in honor of Cala, Vince; Florentino & Victoria Carreno in memory of Michael Douglas Thacker; Mary Beth Chambless in honor of Marcella Gaffney; Marlene Chan; Herbert Chang; Larry Cherniss in honor of Ryan Cherniss; G, Cho in honor of my family; David Christy in honor of Helen Christy; Edmund & Sharon Chu in honor of Martha Winzeler; Mrs, Elizabeth Cilker; Margaret Clear in honor of Elisa best friend necklace. ballet slipper necklace. best friend gift. bff necklace. friendship necklace. sister necklace. mother daug Tapiarene & Holden Saucedo; David Cohen; MaryJane Collins in honor of David Gatesy; Ms, Chrysanthy Conomos in honor of Elias Garcia; Lawrence & Darlene Cormier in honor of Bill Cormier; Jon & Anne Cross; Ms, Patricia L, Curia; Sara Cyl-Champlin..

Nowrooz 2019 Celebration: 6:30 p.m. March 23, CET Hall & Soto Theatre, 701 Vine St., San Jose. Persian buffet dinner, dance performances, live performances by Nejad Band and singer Moein Vahdat, DJ music and dancing. $74-$84. https://bit.ly/2EwhzmV. Persian New Year (Norooz Celebration): 8 p.m. March 23, David’s, 5131 Stars and Stripes Drive, Santa Clara. Full Persian buffet with DJ Sevak G. $95. https://bit.ly/2GZq7Eo. Shahyar Ghanbari and Farzad Arjmand in concert: 8-11:30 p.m. March 23, Fenix, 919 Fourth St., San Rafael. Ghanbari, an Iranian poet, writer, lyricist, songwriter and Persian pop singer will perform with Farzad Arjmand and the Persian flamenco group to celebrate the Persian New Year. $50-$75. https://bit.ly/2IzsAYA.

Other dance, “Velveteen Rabbit”: ODC Dance Theatre’s 30th annual adaptation of Margery Williams’ beloved children’s story; Nov, 25-Dec, 11; Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco; $15-$75; 415-978-2787, odcdance.org, www.ybca.org, An Irish Christmas: Performance of traditional Irish song and dance presented by Kerry Irish Productions; touring show has several Bay Area stops, including best friend necklace. ballet slipper necklace. best friend gift. bff necklace. friendship necklace. sister necklace. mother daug Vacaville, Napa, Livermore, Mountain View and Pittsburg Nov, 27-Dec, 22; $25-$60; anirishchristmastour.com..

Lustig pulled together local choreographers, who themselves found inspiration from local musicians like Larry Graham of Sly and the Family Stone and Grand Central Station, jazz legend Earl Fatha Hines, cellist Jean Jeanrenaud, Rayshawn “Looney” Thompson and Garion “Noh- Justice” Morgan. Guest performers from Axis Dance Company, meanwhile, work out of the arts center upstairs. The night opened with Sonya Delwaide’s sinuously witty “Rocky Road,” named for the ice cream invented in Oakland in 1929 and set to the hot jazz of Hines. Hines changed perceptions of jazz piano through his use of complex percussive meters, and Delwaide neither let herself be controlled by nor dominated the rhythmic drive of tunes like “That’s Plenty” and “Riding and Jiving”.