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Of course, even a sestet like “love chant,” written with line lengths that exceed the page’s width and are therefore “broken,” major structured the breaks to create tiny, internal poems. Reading only the fractured endings in the first stanza, the words honor her relationship with her husband, Gregory Harden: “wear your name/pronounced as greg./truth is unsaid./daybreak/birds/whisper.” The full, “outer” poem is a rush of words about “love that doesn’t always crow,” and includes occasions when “we have both said and done ugly things that cannot be unsaid…” Major says her appreciation for editing has grown over the years, and she delights when a short poem is found “hiding inside” the first drafts of a big poem. “I look for that pure note, like at a concert; that simple melody that you’ve never heard before but go out humming.”.

His boyish charm and instinctive propensity for finding the humor in dark subjects gains gravitas from his rough, Midwest childhood and a lifetime of following his heart, even to loss, “I was a little gay kid in the ’70s: I was tortured,” he admits, “Anyone who says being popular doesn’t matter — don’t believe them, Being popular is everything.”, Scheie learned to be funny and when he stopped drinking in 1991, he committed to a more powerful drug, “The acting buzz is like being licked by a puppy, It’s immature, childish, but when it’s clicking and ballerina print ballet studio decor wall hanging art in lilac girls room wall decor ballerina art poster kids room wall art gift you’re at the top of your game, it’s cloud nine.”..

Long before she was cast as Rhoda, Harper was a professional dancer who appeared in the corps de ballet at the Radio City Music Hall as a teenager, as well as in the chorus of such early 1960s musicals as “Wildcat” with Lucille Ball and “Take Me Along” with Jackie Gleason and Robert Morse. But it had been a long time since she danced when she joined “Dancing With the Stars” last fall. “I turned it down many times,” she says. When the series approached Harper after her diagnosis, she told her husband, ‘Why should I do it? I have cancer.’ He said, ‘That’s why you should do it. Think of the people you will inspire.’ “.

First up this Saturday is the opening of Opera San Jose’s 2014-15 season, its first under the general direction of Larry Hancock, who takes over from founder and guiding spirit Irene Dalis, The curtain will rise on “Rigoletto” by Verdi, It will run for eight performances at the California Theatre in downtown San Jose through Sept, 21, On Sept, 12, ballerina print ballet studio decor wall hanging art in lilac girls room wall decor ballerina art poster kids room wall art gift the season opener for the New Century Chamber Orchestra occurs at Palo Alto’s starkly modern First United Methodist Church at 8 p.m, A highlight will be the fiery “Carmen” suite by Schedrin..

Redwood Symphony. With White Album Ensemble of Santa Cruz. Conducted by Eric Kujawsky. 8 p.m. Sept. 12. “With a Little Help From Our Friends” Beatles tribute concert. Fox Theatre, 2215 Broadway, Redwood City. $36-$56. FoxRWC.com. Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. With Jennifer Koh, violin. 7 p.m. Nov. 2. Edvard Grieg: Holberg Suite, Op. 40; J.S. Bach: Violin Concerto No. 1 in A Minor, BWV 1041; Ellen Taaffe Zwilich: Prologue and Variations; Mozart: Symphony No. 34 in C Major. Bing Concert Hall, 327 Lasuen St., Stanford. $50-$100. 650-724-2464 or live.stanford.edu.