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Prices range from $95 to $12,000 before discounts. See diablofineart.com for images of most of the pieces that will be in the show. For more information, contact Brian Fowler at 925-788-8174. Paintings, sculpture at Moraga Art Gallery show. Moraga Art Gallery’s new show, “Capturing Moments of Motion,” features paintings by Josie Osolin and figurative ceramic sculpture by Fred Yokel. There will also be works by the gallery’s 15 member artists and guest artists in the exhibit that runs through June 4.
The gallery is in the Rheem Shopping Center, 522 Center St., in Moraga, Hours are noon to 5 p.m, Wednesday-Sunday, For more information, call 925-376-5407 or visit www.moragaartgallery.com or email email@example.com, Contra Costa Ballet stages ‘Sleeping Beauty’, Contra Costa Ballet’s “Sleeping Beauty,” will international dance shoes be presented at 7:30 p.m, May 13-14, at the Hofmann Theatre, at 1601 Civic Drive, in Walnut Creek, The hourlong ballet is set to Tchaikovsky’s score, Tickets are $35, and be purchased in person at the Lesher Center ticket office, online at www.lesherartscenter.org or by calling 925-943-7469..
Winds Across the Bay youth concert planned. Winds Across the Bay Youth Wind Ensemble will play classical favorites and more at 7:30 p.m. May 14, in the Margaret Lesher Theatre, at the Lesher Center for the Arts, 1601 Civic Drive, in Walnut Creek. Tickets are $12 and can be purchased in person at the Lesher Center Ticket office, online at www.lesherartscenter.org or by calling 925-943-7469. Wheat weaving is focus of folk art session. Artist Evie Michon will teach traditional wheat weaving or straw art techniques from Sweden and beyond from 1 to 3 p.m. May 18, in the Arts & Science Discovery Center, at the Lafayette Library and Learning Center, 3491 Mt. Diablo Blvd.
This is part of the series celebrating folk international dance shoes arts from around the world, The free program is sponsored by the Friends of the Lafayette Library and Learning Center, For more information, call 925-385-2280, Registration required at: tinyurl.com/FolkArtWheat, ‘Spontaneous Shakespeare’ by Synergy Theater, Synergy Theater presents “Spontaneous Shakespeare,” at 8:15 p.m, May 20-21, at the Lesher Center for the Arts, Knight Stage 3 Theatre, 1601 Civic Drive, in Walnut Creek, This is a completely improvised two-act play in the style of William Shakespeare, and full of bawdy humor, mistaken identities, disguises, star-crossed lovers, mischievous spirits, wily servants, sword fights and wordplay..
The improvised comedy is made up entirely on the spot and all based on audience suggestions. Tickets are $15 at www.lesherartscenter.org. For more information, call 925-943-7469. Baseball art swings. into Bedford Gallery. “Safe at Home: A Short Survey of Baseball” continues at the Bedford Gallery through June 12. The arrival of spring means the beginning of baseball season. “Safe at Home” celebrates America’s pastime by bringing the sights, sounds and excitement of the stadium into the gallery.
Schallert died Sunday at his home in Pacific Palisades, California, said his son, Edwin, He was 93, Though usually seen in secondary roles, Schallert’s lean, friendly face was familiar to baby boomers for roles in two classic sitcoms — as a teacher to Dwayne Hickman and his pals in “The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis” and as the dad in “The Patty Duke Show.”, “The Patty Duke Show” (1963-1966) was challenging for Duke, who had international dance shoes already achieved stardom on Broadway as the young Helen Keller in “The Miracle Worker” and repeated the role in the film, winning her a supporting actress Oscar, (Duke died in March at age 69.)..
In the television series she played a double role, as Patty Lane, a typical American teenager, and as her cultured cousin, Cathy, who lives with Patty’s family. Cathy was newly arrived from overseas, where, the theme song told viewers, she “adores a minuet, the Ballets Russes and crepes suzette.” Patty just likes rock ‘n’ roll and hot dogs. Schallert was cast as Patty’s harried father (and Cathy’s uncle), who was confused by the lookalike girls. He was similarly frustrated as English teacher Mr. Pomfritt on “Dobie Gillis.” The show, which ran from 1959 to 1963, starred Hickman as a teenager comically yearning for the perfect girl, and a strong supporting cast including Bob Denver as his beatnik pal, Maynard. “You ready, my young barbarians?” Mr. Pomfritt would ask his students, comically pining for the days of corporal punishment in the classroom.
In 1979, Schallert was elected president of the 46,000-member Screen Actors Guild, an honor held at one time or another by James Cagney, George Murphy, Ronald Reagan, Charlton Heston and other screen notables, Most of them had little to do but conduct meetings and issue international dance shoes statements, With Schallert it was different, In 1980 he led the union as it staged a 13-week strike over such issues as actors’ pay for films made for the then-new cable television industry, He told the Los Angeles Times his message to actors was that “we have to respect ourselves as artists” and recalled the pre-union days when actors were sometimes expected to work until midnight and be back at work six hours later..