Ballet Dancers As Painted By Edgar Degas And The First Day Cover Of The Ballet Stamp - Free Shipping

This great picture collage salutes the great dance form of Ballet. The collage features a copy of two pictures painted by edgar Degas of Ballet dancers. Highlighting the collage is the First Day Cover of the stamp issued to honor Ballet as one of the great forms of American Dance. On the day a stamp is issued, it is only available in the city where it is issued and the Post Office certifies this by canceling the stamp “First Day of Issue.” This Ballet stamp was issued in New York City, NY. Overall, a great collectible for any music fan.The size of this matted picture is 11" x 14" and will fit any 11" x 14" inch frame. (a standard size). I make all these collages by hand. As a history buff as well as a lover of old movies and all types of sports, the key to each picture is the research behind it. Deciding what movies should go with a particular star or what game or series would best reflect a certain sports hero is crucial to a successful collage. I then design each picture individually and lay out the design on the mat. Finally, I cut each mat based on that design and assemble the collage.Shipping and Handling is free for the United States. Customers outside the US, please contact me for shipping costs to your country. Please note that we do not mark items purchased as gifts nor are we responsible for any import duties, taxes and charges that might be incurred. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding/buying.

“Priscilla, Queen of the Desert” has sashayed into San Jose’s Center for the Performing Arts and invited everyone on an epic road trip through the Australian Outback. While this frenetic musical waters down some of the quirky charm that made the 1994 movie version such a gem, it’s hard to begrudge any Broadway show that wears its heart on its sleeve and sequins on its tush in a cheesy coming-out party for three lovable drag queens. If you are in the mood to check your brain at the door and commence with some serious booty shaking, “Priscilla” will hit the sweet spot. The festival of glam and glitter runs through Sunday in its South Bay premiere as part of the Broadway San Jose series.

A giddy jukebox full of disco classics blares in the background as Tick (the rubber-limbed Wade McCollum), a Sydney drag star, starts to long for something over the rainbow, Then he receives a letter from his former wife, Marion (Christy Faber), urging him to get to know Benjamin (Shane Davis, Will B.), the son he has never met, Since Marion now runs a casino in the desert outpost of Alice Springs, she signs Tick up to put on a revue with his BFFs: the ladylike Bernadette (Scott Willis), a retired drag idol still recovering from the loss of his young lover, and the feisty Felicia (Bryan West), a sweet young thing with abs of steel and solid gold bon ballet dancers as painted by edgar degas and the first day cover of the ballet stamp mots..

Bedecked with feathers and tinsel, they climb aboard the bus lovingly known as Priscilla and hit the road in the Broadway equivalent of a buddy picture mashed up with a heavy dose of “La Cage aux Folles.” It’s actually just an excuse to bop through a boisterous remix of dance club favorites, including “Don’t Leave Me This Way,” “I Will Survive,” “It’s Raining Men” and much of the Madonna canon. Alas, fans of the film may be a tad disappointed in yet another Broadway adaptation that seems to assume that theatergoers prefer flash over substance. Stephan Elliott’s indie movie (which starred Guy Pearce, Terence Stamp and Hugo Weaving) had a sense of wistfulness and grit at its core that made the Dionysian elements even more wonderfully cathartic. In the musical, which Elliott adapted with Allan Scott, the nonstop moneymaker shaking sometimes feels a tad too frenetic to be truly fabulous.

That’s a pity, because “Priscilla” boasts three fierce performers in its lead roles, West makes a delightfully saucy whippersnapper as Felicia, Willis gilds Bernadette with a touch of melancholy, And McCollum is simply irrepressible as the drag queen desperate to prove he can be a good dad, With a little more attention paid to the emotional weight of the narrative, “Priscilla” would shine even more ballet dancers as painted by edgar degas and the first day cover of the ballet stamp brightly, Too often Simon Philips’ production trades substance for speed, racing from one extravagant production number to another without letting enough of the wit and whimsy land, For example, the chorus singers, three glittering divas floating in midair (Emily Afton, Bre Jackson and Brit West), never quite feel connected to the action onstage..

An evening with Broadway’s Eric Kunze. ANTIOCH — Eric Kunze, star of “Miss Saigon,” “Les Miserables,” and “Damn Yankees,” and among other Broadway, hits comes to the El Campanil Theatre on Saturday. Kunze has starred on Broadway in leading roles for most of his professional career. He also starred as “The Man” in the national touring company of “Whistle Down the Wind” (IRNE Award) and as the title character in the national tour of “Jesus Christ Superstar” (with Carl Anderson).

He has received rave reviews and numerous awards for starring roles in productions throughout the country ranging from Joseph in “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,” Che in “Evita,” and Tony in “West Side Story” to “Into the Woods,” “Pippin,” “South Pacific,” and “The Who’s Tommy.”, The performance is 8 p.m, Saturday at the El Campanil Theatre, 602 W, Second St, ballet dancers as painted by edgar degas and the first day cover of the ballet stamp Adults are $27, seniors (62 and older) $25 and ages 9 to 17 are free with a paying adult..

Tickets can be reserved by calling 925-757-9500 or online at Three-day Day of the Dead program set. PITTSBURG — The Pittsburg Arts & Community Foundation host a Day of the Dead cultural event featuring memory table exhibits 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Other activities will include sugar-skull decorating 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday; paper flower making 3 to 4 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday; Mexican bingo 4 to 5 p.m. Friday Saturday and Sunday; refreshments 2 to 3 p.m. Sunday and entertainment 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday. The event is a celebration of honor and remembrance of loved ones who have passed on.

There will be a fee of $5 for the sugar skull decoration and $1 for paper flower making; bingo is free, The event will be held at the Impulse Gallery, 329 Railroad Ave., Pittsburg, For information, call 925-252-6981, ‘Glee’ star ballet dancers as painted by edgar degas and the first day cover of the ballet stamp performs at Liberty High, BRENTWOOD — The Liberty High School Play Makers present Derik Nelson, singer, songwriter, and producer, performing his “Take Changes Tour” 7 p.m, Nov, 7 at the Liberty High School, Allan E, Jones Performing Arts Center, 850 Second St..

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