Decades of Dress: An exhibit featuring fashions from the 1890s through the 1970s. Through May 31. Museum hours Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, noon-4 p.m. Heritage Park Museum, 570 E. Remington Drive, Sunnyvale. heritageparkmuseum.org, 408-749-0220. Cyrano: TheatreWorks stages this classic tale. Through May 1. Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts, 500 Castro St., Mountain View. $19-$80. theatreworks.org, 650-463-1960. The Beard of Avon: Pear Theatre presents a farcical treatment of the Oxfordian theory regarding authorship of Shakespeare’s plays. Through April 24. Pear Theatre, 1110 La Avenida St., Mountain View. $10-$35. thepear.org, 650-254-1148.
“The other issue is color,” he continues, “Frankenstein was, in my eyes, always a colorless piece, I had this idea that was almost one of those early photographs that people take of arctic exploration, The light bleeds — it’s sepia or that blueish tinge, You don’t see a strong color.”, Scarlett says, “For both of us, the music was ballet - "the red shoes" and the first day cover of the ballet stamp a big jumping-off point, John said ‘Frankenstein’ was one of the hardest ones, because we didn’t have the score yet when he started designing.” The music Scarlett decided upon is a commissioned score by American composer Lowell Liebermann, whose First Piano Concerto he had used for his ballet “Viscera” (2012)..
The show opened March 4 with an over-the-top reception for 350 guests and a panorama of wearable art that included a lacy gown made with hundreds of six-pack can holders, a “White Trash Wedding” dress adorned with paper airplanes, and a giant “onion dome” dress tent constructed to resemble a Russian Orthodox Church and topped — or worn — by a live model. The party may be over, but a walk-through tour with curator Carrie Lederer revealed the ongoing exhibit — a rare combination of singular standouts and complex, site-specific installations — is no less spectacular.
Their multicolored bicycles — using the same palette as Google’s logo — stand out as vibrant oddities in a weathered, post-apocalyptic landscape, They are the only clues identifying this as an outpost of the global tech giant, But ever since Google bought Alameda’s homegrown wind energy company, Makani Power, two years ago, the former Alameda Naval Air Station has become a ballet - "the red shoes" and the first day cover of the ballet stamp laboratory for weird inventions, “Once we inked that Google deal, it put Alameda Point on the map,” said Nanette Mocanu, a city official who handles leases at the old base, “A lot of high-tech companies have been looking, especially with real estate so expensive in San Jose.”..
Lee Holt, recent work. Through May 1. 1870 Art Gallery,1870 Ralston Ave., Belmont. 650-595-9679. Patrick Dougherty: A site-specific installation. Through Jan. 30, 2012. Also, The Nature of Entanglements, photographs of Patrick Dougherty’s site specific installations, through March 31. Palo Alto Art Center, 1313 Newell Road, Palo Alto. www.cityofpaloalto.org/artcenter or 650-329-2366. “Metaphor In Movement.” An exhibition of prints and paintings by Colleen Sullivan. Noon-1 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and one hour prior to performances. ThroughMonday. Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts, 500 Castro St., Mountain View.