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Ryan Drummond is a stern and stodgy Mr. Banks, which really makes you feel for his neglected, sweet but stubborn children Jane (sixth-grader Ruth Keith, alternating with 13-year-old Grace Hutton) and Michael (eighth-grader David Rukin, sharing the role with 11-year-old Billy Hutton). Abby Haug is stoic and restrained as the children’s disappointed mother, Winifred Banks. (Haug and Drummond played a similar couple in SF Playhouse’s “Sunday in the Park with George” this summer.). The stage musical cuts about a third of Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman’s marvelous songs from the movie, keeping arguably the most memorable numbers, though the others are certainly missed. They’re replaced by generally blander songs by composer George Stiles and lyricist Anthony Drewe (the team behind nearly a dozen musicals such as “Honk!” and “Betty Blue Eyes”).
Fujii’s responsibilities at FHS do not stop at teaching, In addition to teaching English and AVID, Fujii is adviser for the sophomore class, organizer of staff recognition and celebration, and choreographer of the staff dance for the senior goodbye rally every year, Staff recognition at FHS is of utmost importance to Fujii, “Everybody at this school works incredibly hard,” Fujii says, “I want to make sure that people feel appreciated by each other and students.”, Principal Emmert also recognizes Fujii’s efforts to unite the ballerina cake topper 12pcs ballet cupcake toppers edible fondant shoes cookie decorations birthday theme party favors staff..
Fleetwood Mac is back – and so is Christine McVie. After a 16-year absence, McVie has rejoined the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame act and embarked on the appropriately titled On With the Show Tour. It marks the first time that McVie has toured with the band – which also includes Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks – since 1997’s The Dance Tour. The band performs two shows in the Bay Area – Tuesday at the SAP Center in San Jose and Dec. 3 at Oracle Arena in Oakland. In both cases, show time is 8 p.m. and tickets are $49.50-$199.50, www.ticketmaster.com.
The characters of Sharpay (12th-grader Ashanti Johnson) and her brother Ryan (freshman Brooklyn Fields) have a wonderful stage presence, according to Galli, “I think their incredible chemistry will win audiences over,” Galli said, “They both bring a lot of fun and energy ballerina cake topper 12pcs ballet cupcake toppers edible fondant shoes cookie decorations birthday theme party favors to the show.”, Galli, who is in his fourth year as music teacher at Skyline, and is also a member and soloist with the San Francisco Bay Men’s Chorus, performed in “High School Musical” when he was in school..
Other bets. SUNDAY: The new dance musical series “Pose” whisks viewers back to Reagan-era New York and into the ball culture world. The show, from prolific producer Ryan Murphy, features the largest cast of recurring LGBTQ actors ever for a scripted series. (9 p.m., FX). SUNDAY: “Succession,” a new 10-episode drama, follows the fictional (and supremely dysfunctional) Roy family, which controls a massive media and entertainment conglomerate. The series tracks them as they contemplate what the future holds will hold once their aging father begins to step back from the company. (10 p.m., HBO).