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Except for the big finale, the Halloween Spectacular is usually my favorite week on “Dancing With the Stars.” What’s not to like? There were eight celebs and partners doing dances to spooky themes, plus the Team Freestyle dances, which have been incredible in past seasons. Big complaint: did the prop department buy a new smoke machine and want to get its money’s worth on one night? At one point, host Tom Bergeron stepped toward the camera and said, “To the booth — we’re just a little bit of smoke away from this being a radio show!” On a dancing show, the judges want to see the steps and for most of the dances, the smoke covered the floor up to the dancers’ knees.

Foothill Music Theatre, “South Pacific.” Through Aug, 10, By Richard Rodgers and ballerina cake topper, ballerina party, pink ballet shoes cake topper, ballerina birthday, little girl birthday, fondant edible Oscar Hammerstein II, Directed by Milissa Carey, Music direction by Mark Hanson, Choreography by Michael Ryken, 7:30 p.m, Smithwick Theatre, Foothill College, 12345 El Monte Road, Los Altos Hills, $10-$32, www.foothillmusicals.com or 650-949-7360, Los Altos Stage Company and Los Altos Youth Theatre, “The Wizard of Oz.” Through Aug, 3, Bus Barn Theater, 97 Hillview Ave., Los Altos, $15-$20, www.losaltosstage.org or 650-941-0551..

The Four Seasons: Presented by The Academy of Classical Ballet. Inspired by Anotonio Vivaldi’s beloved score, this ballet is a celebration of the unique characters and images that best present each of the wonderful seasons. Joining the academy’s cast are professional guest artists from Ballet San Jose: Shannon Bynum & Damir Emric. May 19, 6 p.m. $15 general admission/$20 deluxe tickets (includes artist meet and greet). Campbell Heritage Theatre, One W. Campbell Ave., Campbell. aocballet.com.

In an email interview, Santangelo explained the company’s aesthetic and the purpose he finds in flamenco’s “rebel cry.”, “When we are beaten upon, we scream out,” Santangelo says, “Originally, as in any cultural musical movement, the initial instrument was the human voice due to the itinerant circumstance of (the) groups.”, At the inception of the Spanish Inquisition in the ballerina cake topper, ballerina party, pink ballet shoes cake topper, ballerina birthday, little girl birthday, fondant edible mid-15th century, Arabs, Sephardic Jews and Gypsies experienced extraordinary repression, Transporting instruments was difficult, both physically and logistically, so the people’s “screams” developed into a rich, poetic combination of human voice and guitar..

The annual competition held at the end of March since the mid-1990s, and the week leading it up to it, is when students at the high school take their class pride to a whole other level. The screams and shouts of encouragement reverberated from all corners of the gymnasium as almost 2,500 people intermingled and each class battled in classic agility and performance competitions Friday. The classes competed in three main events: a group dance (based on the class theme), competitive games (which included tug-o-war, basketball relay, three-legged race, musical chairs, egg toss, skateboard derby, frozen T-shirt race, fishy wobblewalk and sack hop) and a pyramid (where the class teams had to form a human pyramid).