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Music in the Glen: The Knee Deep Band plays rock and dance music. July 12, 6:25 p.m. Willow Glen Elementary School, Lincoln and Minnesota avenues. I Hate Hamlet: Northside Theatre Company presents the comedy about a successful television actor who is tapped to play Hamlet on stage, with the help of John Barrymore’s drunken ghost. Through July 8. Olinder Theatre, 848 E. William St., San Jose. northsidetheatre.com, 408-288-7820. Hedwig and the Angry Inch: San Jose Stage Company presents the Tony-winning rock musical about a botched sex change operation, love, fame and revenge. Through July 8. The Stage, 490 S. First St., San Jose. $32-$72. thestage.org.

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A: I’ve been pleasantly surprised at how friendly everyone is. In a lot of big cities, people aren’t that friendly. They can be brusque and abrupt, but here they are really kind and welcoming. The cost of living here is staggering, on the other hand. But we’re living in the South Beach neighborhood right near the Bay Bridge and the Embarcadero and I love the views of the water. I love to watch the cargo ships coming in. JENNIFER BIELSTEIN PROFILEPosition: Executive director, American Conservatory TheaterPrevious jobs: Managing director, Guthrie Theater, MinneapolisAge: 49Education: Bachelor’s degree from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, MBA from Bellarmine University in LouisvilleResidence: San FranciscoFamily: Married.

Next weekend the Peninsula Museum of Art and Peninsula Art Institute will hold Open Studios, Hours are 11 a.m, to 5 p.m, Oct, 25 and 26, You can enjoy open house with 28 artists, whose work ranges from painting and mixed media to sculpture, photography and millinery, The museum is at 1777 California Drive, Burlingame, Hours are 11 a.m, to 5 p.m, Wednesdays through Sundays, Admission is free, Call 650-692-2101 or visit www.peninsulamuseum.org, Cottonwood has published one poetry book, “Son of a Poet,” plus nine novels for adults and children, Terry Adams is a longtime Peninsula poet who lives in Ken Kesey’s “infamous” cabin black knitted slippers for women, pompom slippers, chunky slippers, ballet flats, knit slippers, women slippers, house shoes, gi in La Honda..

Fushille is thrilled that both audiences and dancers continue to appreciate Michael Smuin’s work. She doesn’t want the company to be seen as a museum ensemble, but enjoys occasionally bringing back gems such as this from the past, mixing them into programs with works by dynamic new choreographers. “We keep Michael’s legacy alive in that way,” Fushille said. As for what she wants audiences to take away from this program, Fushille said that “dance is approachable… and fun. It blends — with artistry — athletics and music. I want the audience to feel inspired and uplifted. And if you’ve never seen dance, this is the perfect entry point.”.