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Standing high above the stage — in the hatchway of a replica of the Spirit of ’76, the presidential jet — was American baritone Brian Mulligan, in the role of President Richard M. Nixon, who arrived in Beijing on Feb. 21, 1972, and set the world’s political order spinning. With huffing importance — all these years later, that bearing was oh-so-familiar — he descended the stairway toward the mock tarmac, to be greeted by Chinese baritone Chen Ye-Yuan, who sings the role of Chinese Prime Minister Chou En-lai in San Francisco Opera’s first-ever production of “Nixon,” opening June 8.

Tight space, other passengers, Hammer Girl, a mesmerizing Julie Estelle, her long hair swinging in time with the claw hammers she wields, approaches the prey; her brother, Baseball Bat Man (Very Tri Yulisman), is a shoulder ballet flats with bow length behind, The man, cornered, desperate, clutches his briefcase, We have time to absorb all the pieces before the play begins, a good thing, since the kicking and bashing comes with such furious speed that if not for the gush of blood and the crack of bones, it would be hard to follow..

By the time of the state dinner 10 days later, Kalākaua was a well-documented celebrity (reporters wrote multiple stories on the king’s cough, picked up, apparently in Omaha — you know how train travel is). There was equally breathless reporting on the dinner. The East Room and the Dining Room were laden with flowers, including banks of them along a framed mirror running the length of the banquet table. The Green Drawing Room featured a portrait of Grant on horseback recently given to him (“The likeness is good and the horse spirited,” the Star said.).

Grand opening ceremony for Hawaiian Airlines/Kristi Yamaguchi Downtown Ice, the Circle of Palms between the Fairmont Hotel and ballet flats with bow San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, The official opening of the seasonal ice rink features Olympic gold medalist Kristi Yamaguchi and will include live Hawaiian music and hula dancers, 5:15 p.m, Christmas in the Park tree lighting and opening, Plaza de Cesar Chavez , San Jose, Now in its 34th year, this holiday fantasy in downtown contains more than 60 musical and animated exhibits, glittering lights and the 60-foot Community Giving Tree, 6-7 p.m, Christmas in the Park continues through Jan, 1,

The big news of this year’s Berkeley Festival and Exhibition isn’t who’s coming. It’s who’s leaving. Robert Cole, who founded the biennial early music festival in 1990, has announced that this will be his final season as executive director. “It’s time,” Cole, a longtime Berkeley resident, said in a recent conversation. “I’ve been doing it for almost 30 years, and I just think it’s time for someone younger to take it over and move it forward.”. Cole has been essential in Bay Area musical life. A brilliant impresario, he was director of Cal Performances from 1986-2009, years that saw the UC Berkeley-based presenting organization bring such starry international acts as mezzo-soprano Cecilia Bartoli, choreographers Pina Bausch and Merce Cunningham and the Mark Morris Dance Group to the Bay Area. He also played a pivotal role in launching the Green Music Center in Sonoma, which opened in 2012.

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