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“Art is what will allow us to go forward in life, even if we can’t see where we are headed,” Roszak says, more to herself than to her dancers. The music, thus far, has been European film tracks and jazz, so a section of the dance set to a Franz Schubert composition is shown. Ancient echoes of spirits and birds fill the movement and spin a misty, is-this-memory-or-reality atmosphere. Soon enough, the dancers are back to explosive counterparts and Roszak is encouraging risk, saying, “It’s not sylphlike. It’s much more rigorous!”.

“It’s the Fantasy Faire, You can do whatever you want here, We’ve got tote bag darling ballet dancer toddler or big kid dance bag Dr, Who walking around,” said actor Bryce Blackner, referring to the British science-fiction television character, Blackner is a construction worker from the Central Coast who, for the day, was playing a medieval pirate, “I can try to steal people’s children and have fun and not get in trouble for it,” he joked, The fair, which continues on Sunday, is also a chance for attendees to pretend to be someone — or something — else completely, A schoolteacher played Snow White, a tech worker became Little Bo Peep and a mermaid took a break from her jobs as a full-time student and caregiver..

Robert Benton: We played croquet in Central Park on Sunday mornings. I don’t know who had the croquet set, but a group of us — Gloria, Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt, who wrote “The Fantasticks” — would meet and have this murderous croquet game and then go off and have breakfast somewhere. . . . Gloria also invented a game called Spoons, a wonderful, lethal form of double solitaire. Barbara Nessim: I used to like to go Latin dancing, which I still do. I used to go to the Palladium, where I saw Machito, Tito Puente, Celia Cruz, all the great Latin bands. . . . I liked to go on Wednesday night. Nobody did the Twist, so I took everyone to the Peppermint Lounge, and taught them how to dance.

Fortnightly Music, Piano duet, vocal, violin/piano duo, and piano/string quartet works of Mozart, Schumann, Beethoven and Faure, 8 p.m, Sunday, New tote bag darling ballet dancer toddler or big kid dance bag venue: Lucie Stern Community Center Ballroom, 1305 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, Free, www.fortnightlymusicclub.org, St, Lawrence String Quartet with Andrés Díaz, cello, 2:30 p.m, Sunday, Music by Beethoven, Golijov, Schubert, Dinkelspiel Auditorium, Stanford University, $10-$50, 650-725-2787 or livelyarts.stanford.edu, Ives Quartet Spring Concert Series, Music by Haydn, Armer, Brahms, 4 p.m, Sunday, First Congregational Church, 1985 Louis Road, Palo Alto, $15, Also: 7 p.m, May 15, Le Petit Trianon, 72 N, Fifth St., San Jose, $15-$25, www.ivesquartet.org or 650-224-7849..

HONK! The Musical: April 29 and May 5-6, Bayside Performing Arts Center, 2025 Kehoe Ave, San Mateo. Enjoy Stiles & Drewe’s musical, based on the classic “Ugly Duckling” tale and brought to life by the Pied Piper Players. $16-$20. http://piedpiperplayers.org/tickets/. Clayton Art and Wine Festival: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. April 29, downtown Clayton. The festival offers a wide selection of offerings from California wineries and breweries. Also includes: Kiddieland and Teen Zone, live music and food court. http://bit.ly/2EqViYy.