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45th Class Reunion: ballet shoes reading level Los Gatos High School’s Class of 1971 reunites for an evening of dinner and dancing, June 25, 5 p.m, The Toll House, 140 S Santa Cruz Ave, Los Gatos, Welcome Party June 24, 7 p.m, Viva, 15970 Los Gatos Blvd, Los Gatos, $95, For more information, email Patti (Shay) Peters at lghs1971@gmail.com or visit sites.google.com/site/lghs1971, Cafe Pink House: June 24, Gail Dobson Group, $15, June 25, Ren Geisick, $15, All shows at 7:30 p.m, unless otherwise noted, 14577 Big Basin Way, Saratoga, cafepinkhouse.com, 408-647-2273..

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“Honestly, I think you need to be a little bit schizophrenic for this show,” he says, “On paper, the part is impossible, It’s completely exhilarating and exhausting when you pull it off, They just don’t make shows like this anymore, It’s a hoot.”, The costume changes alone deserve a standing ovation, Rapson gives all the credit to his dresser, whom he hails as “half the show.”, “It’s madness, It’s hard enough to do a ballet shoes reading level quick change in 16 seconds, but sometimes, I have to go from one gender to another,” he says, “It all speeds by so fast that sometimes I do forget which character I am playing, and the only way to tell is to look down at my costume.”..

For his part, Kohn gave the singers excellent support, eliciting characterful playing from the ensemble during the vocal selections and conducting crisp performances of orchestral works such as the Prelude to Wagner’s “Meistersinger” and overtures to Verdi’s “Un Giorno di Regno” and Bernstein’s “Candide.”. Still, it was Domingo’s star power that carried the night. By program’s end, the audience was on its feet. The encores, which included a seductive “Besame Mucho,” a bracing “Granada,” and a poignant “Non ti scordar” — were the icing on a very sweet cake.