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Sunday, July 7, 2019

Local actor goes cross-country with ‘Book of Mormon’ by Anne Gelhaus

Jacob Ben-Shmuel has been touring with “The Book of Mormon” for almost two years, but there’s no guarantee that audiences will see him as Elder Cunningham when Broadway San Jose stages…

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Sunday, June 30, 2019

Communication is key for ‘Language Archives’ director by Anne Gelhaus

“The Language Archive” by Julia Cho centers on a linguist fighting to preserve a dying language.

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Sunday, June 9, 2019

Exhibit chronicles rise of information technology in Silicon Valley by Anne Gelhaus

The rise of IT in the Silicon Valley is being chronicled in a new exhibit at the Cupertino Historical Society and Museum.

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Sunday, May 26, 2019

Broadway tunes get ‘gender bent’ in new show by Anne Gelhaus

There aren’t any songs from “Cabaret” in “Gender Bent Broadway,” but performer Chloe Angst was inspired to produce the latter show after appearing as the Emcee in Sunnyvale Communi…

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Sunday, May 19, 2019

New work celebrates Smuin’s 25-year ‘Renaissance’ by Anne Gelhaus

Amy Seiwert admits that upbeat pieces are not necessarily what she’s known for as a choreographer.

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Sunday, May 12, 2019

Downtown Doors open for San Jose student artists by Anne Gelhaus

This year's Downtown Doors saw almost as many entries as there have been winners in the competition's 16-year history.

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Saturday, April 6, 2019

Felder’s new show reflects his love for Debussy, Paris by Anne Gelhaus

Hershey Felder has been familiar with the works of Claude Debussy since childhood, but that familiarity hasn’t bred contempt. On the contrary, the actor/pianist says, “I approach Debussy…

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Sunday, March 31, 2019

‘Aladdin’ performer puts her own stamp on Jasmine by Anne Gelhaus

Lissa deGuzman was a small child when Disney’s animated take on “Aladdin” was released in 1992, but she has fond memories of the movie. “I definitely grew up with Disney princesses,…

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