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Have a sweet ballerina that needs a bag to carry her accessories in? Look no further. This tote bag is perfect and lightweight. Bag Details:- Black in color - 100% Cotton- 6 OZ- 16" x 15"In the peronalization block please leave what color you would like for the shoes and the ballerina.

Traditionally, the Young People’s Symphony Orchestra includes about 100 talented players who range in age from 12 to 21. The group, founded in 1936, is the oldest youth orchestra in California and the second oldest in the nation. Current symphony members include residents from around the East Bay, such as Alameda (Ben Esposito, percussionist, and Verena Leong, violinist) and Albany (Tatiana Lee, violinist, Andrew Liu, violinist, Eugene Chou, cellist, Leon Chou, violinist, Carolyn Lee, violist, Cara Chinn, violinist and Sofie Kanayama, violinist).

Actors Ensemble of Berkeley: “King Lear,” through Sept, 7; John Hinkel Park, Berkeley; free;, Aurora Theatre Company: “Mud Blue Sky,” Marisa Wegrzyn’s slice-of-life dramedy about a middle-aged flight attendant, Aug, 28-Sept, 27; Aurora Theatre, Berkeley; “The Submarine Show,” physical comedy by Slater Penny and Jaron Hollander, Oct, 14-25; Harry’s Upstage at Aurora Theatre; “The Monster-Builder,” Amy Freed’s dramedy ballet bag, ballet clothese bag, ballerina tote bag, bag for ballet, bag with ballet shoes, little girl tote bag, about a powerful architect with nefarious practices, Nov, 6-Dec, 6; Aurora Theatre, Berkeley; $36-$60; 510-843-4822,

Berkeley Repertory Theatre: “The Hypocrites’ Pirates of Penzance,” rollicking 80-minute adaptation of the Gilbert and Sullivan light opera, Oct. 16-Dec. 20; Osher Studio, Berkeley; $29-$73; 510-647-2900, Berkeley Playhouse: “Avenue Q,” the adult musical comedy that spoofs “Sesame Street” and cultural mores, Sept. 17-Oct. 11; “Peter Pan,” family-friendly adaptation of the classic tale, Oct. 29-Dec. 6; Julia Morgan Theater, Berkeley; $17-$60; 510-845-8542,

“Bram Stoker’s Dracula”: Charles Morey’s adaptation of the horror classic, presented by L.A, Theatre Works, 7:30 p.m, Oct, 6; Bankhead Theater, Livermore; $16-$59; 925-373-6800,, Broadway West: “The ballet bag, ballet clothese bag, ballerina tote bag, bag for ballet, bag with ballet shoes, little girl tote bag, Passion of Dracula,” Bob Hall and David Richmond’s adaptation of the classic horror story, Sept, 11-Oct, 10; Broadway West Theater, Fremont; $15-$27; 510-683-9218,, California Shakespeare Theater: “The Mystery of Irma Vep,” through Sept, 6; “King Lear,” Sept, 16-Oct, 11; Bruns Amphitheatre, Orinda; $15-$84; 510-548-9666,

Center Repertory Company: “Tenderly: The Rosemary Clooney Musical,” starring Lynda DiVito, Sept. 4-Oct. 10; “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike,” comedic sendup of Chekhov plays, Oct. 23-Nov. 21; $37-$63; 925-943-7469, Central Works: “Ada and Memory Machine,” world premiere Lauren Gunderson’s play about Ada, estranged daughter of poet Lord Byron, with music by Bay Area group the Kilbanes, Oct. 17-Nov. 22; Berkeley City Club; $15-$28;

Contra Costa Musical Theatre: “The Full Monty,” comedy about middle-class Brits performing a striptease show to make ends meet, Oct, 9-Nov, 7; Lesher Center for the Arts, Walnut Creek; $45-$60; 925-943-7469,, Douglas Morrisson Theatre: “By the Way, Meet Vera Stark,” by Lynn Nottage, Aug, 27-Sept, 20; “Love’s Labour’s Lost,” musical comedy adapted from ballet bag, ballet clothese bag, ballerina tote bag, bag for ballet, bag with ballet shoes, little girl tote bag, the Shakespeare play, Nov, 5-29; Douglas Morrisson Theatre, Hayward; $21-$32; 510-881-6777,

OnStage Theatre Company: “Let Me Hear You Smile,” romantic comedy, through Sept. 5; Campbell Theatre, Martinez; $10-$15; 925-518-3277; Pacific Coast Repertory Theatre: “South Pacific,” Nov. 7-22; Firehouse Arts Center, Pleasanton; $18-$39; 925-931-4848,, Rude Mechanicals: The madcap Austin, Texas, theater/performance troupe presents “Stop Hitting Yourself,” described as a “playful meditation on modern decadence and human nature,” presented by Cal Performances, Nov. 19-22; Zellerbach Playhouse, UC Berkeley; $76; 510-642-9988,

Town Hall Theatre Company: “The Mystery of Edwin Drood,” musical adaptation of Charles Dickens’ work, in which the audience votes to resolve the mystery, Oct, 3-24; Town Hall Theatre, Lafayette; prices TBA; 925-283-1557,, Tri-Valley Repertory Theatre: “Jekyll & Hyde,” musical adaptation of ballet bag, ballet clothese bag, ballerina tote bag, bag for ballet, bag with ballet shoes, little girl tote bag, the horror classic, Oct, 24-Nov, 8; Bankhead Theater, Livermore; $29-$43; 925-462-2121,, Ubuntu Theatre Project: “Waiting for Lefty,” Clifford Odets’ potent drama about unionizing cab drivers in the 1930s, Sept, 2-12; Classic Cars West, Oakland; $15-$35;

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