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For shows that have so much in common, “The Four Immigrants: An American Musical Manga” and “Lizzie” aren’t very much alike. The former show, which opened this week on the TheatreWorks Bay Area stage, and the latter, which opened this week at City Lights Theater Company, both center around four characters. Both are musicals set around the turn of the 20th century, and both are based on true stories about outsiders. But that’s where the resemblance ends. “The Four Immigrants” uses vaudeville-style music to tell the story of a quartet of Japanese men who immigrate to San Francisco in 1904. “Lizzie” uses rock music to tell the story of Lizzie Borden, who was infamously accused of ax-murdering her parents in 1892.

After a performance by singers Dan + Shay and a review of weeks 1-4, Evanna and Keo performed a tango that earned positive remarks from Len, “I challenged you to improve posture and frame, Mission accomplished.” Score: three 10s, for a perfect 30, The final repeat performance was a Charleston set in the subway by Milo and Witney, with Robin Thicke singing, native. leather ballet flats / womens shoes / flat shoes / rustic / leather shoes. sizes us 4-14. available in different leather Bruno said Milo was “more exciting and sharper than ever,” and Carrie Ann added, “He is ridiculously amazing.” Score: three 10s, for another perfect 30..

Police have not released a description of the suspect or their vehicle, and have few leads with which to solve the case, Coats said. Anyone with information about the fatal incident is asked to contact the Traffic Bureau at 510-981-5980, or to leave an anonymous tip by contacting Bay Area Crime Stoppers at 800-222-TIPS.”Any information may be critical to solving this crime,” Coats said. “A Rally in Direct Defense of our Post Office” will start at 1 p.m. at the landmark building at 2000 Allston Way, where there will be “speakers, music and dance, street theater, public forums, and a birthday cake to celebrate the founding of the Post Office in July 1775.” The location is one block from the downtown BART station.

A Silver Bells Holiday at the Ainsley House, When: Nov, 23-24 and Nov, 29- Dec, 19, What: Tours, teas, boutique, receptions at a historic Campbell home with 15 rooms decorated in this year’s silver bells theme, The home: Constructed in 1925 for fruit-canning pioneer J.C, Ainsley and his family, the Tudor Revival mansion features a distinctive thatched roof in the style of Ainsley’s native England, Details: Admission for tours alone: $8 general, $6 seniors, $4.50 ages 7-17; teas and open houses cost extra, 300 Grant St., Campbell, 408-866-2758; native. leather ballet flats / womens shoes / flat shoes / rustic / leather shoes. sizes us 4-14. available in different leather www.cityofcampbell.com/museum..

Early bird tickets to the benefit are $25, which includes local bites and brews. “Bring school supplies — whether it be a box of crayons or some notebooks, every little bit helps,” the foundation adds. Lola’s Foundation is a Bay Area nonprofit organization “that connects the community through social, charitable, and cultural events” and works to bring supplies to underprivileged people locally and overseas. Tickets are available at lolasfoundation.eventbrite.com.