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Now Streshinsky and company are putting the finishing touches on their new venue, a 500-seat space at Pacific Pipe in West Oakland. In this massive former factory, West Edge will present its 2017 festival, which features three very different operas: “Hamlet” by Ambroise Thomas, “The Chastity Tree” by Vicente Martín y Soler and “Frankenstein” by Libby Larsen. Performances run Aug. 5-20. On a recent afternoon, Streshinsky took me on a tour of Pacific Pipe, which was built in 1920 and refurbished in the 1960s. It’s mostly an artist space now, with outer walls covered with grafitti and large metal sculptures displayed in the tented outdoor area where operagoers will sip wine and hear preshow talks. Inside, a large stage was already in place; tech crews were still installing lighting and video screens. On the other side of the building, workers were building the temple for this year’s Burning Man festival.

De Anza College Student Art Show: A multimedia exhibit, Through June 11, Community Art Station June 6, 10 a.m.-1 p.m, Open mic night June 4, 5-7 p.m, Film night May 21, 5-8 p.m, Museum hours Monday-Thursday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m, Euphrat Museum of Art, De Anza College, Cupertino, deanza.edu/eu phrat, 408-864-5464, Family Concert: The Palo Alto Philharmonic Association presents the ballerina birthday banner, ballet slippers, tutu, ballerina pink and gold banner, ballet shoes, ballerina leotard, two two birth seven winners of this year’s Concerto Movement Competition for musicians of high school age or younger, This year’s winners include four violinists, two pianists and a cellist, May 17, 3 p.m, Cubberley Theatre, 4000 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, $10 general/$5 students, paphil.org..

Peterson said she tried cutting, burning, starving and exercising away the demons. Her family didn’t understand — they couldn’t, because she couldn’t talk about it. “This piece is about those alone moments when I’ve thrown myself at God’s feet. And there’s someone there who pulls me out. Because self-harmful thoughts are an addiction, I can go back into them. The last time, a friend pulled me out by sending me a two-word text: ‘Be Alive.’ “.

“In 1959, Sam Mazza, a theater painter/decorator for 20th Century Fox, purchased the castle and created a museum of theater décor, decorating it with period pieces, artwork, and decorative items that had been used in films or onstage,” wrote PHS President Kathleen Manning in an e-mail, “Thanks to his estate’s trust, Sam’s Castle is made available to nonprofit organizations for events, such as award banquets, annual meetings ballerina birthday banner, ballet slippers, tutu, ballerina pink and gold banner, ballet shoes, ballerina leotard, two two birth and fundraisers, Only the Pacifica Historical Society is allowed to conduct tours.”..

“Turbo” (PG, 96 minutes, DreamWorks/Fox): This triumph of speed over slime trails borrows some elements from “Fast and Furious”: a drag race, nitrous oxide and even a Michelle Rodriguez. But really, “Turbo” feels more like a hybrid of Pixar’s “Cars” and every family-friendly tale, from “The Tortoise and the Hare” to “Monsters University,” that champions the outsize dreams of underdog underachievers. None of which, by the way, detracts from its charms. “Turbo” is a good-hearted movie that’s peppered with enough clever touches to engage adults as well as moviegoers of the smaller, squirmier variety. The star of this show is Theo (voice of Ryan Reynolds), a snail with his shell in the dirt but his itty-bitty, gelatinous head in the clouds. Theo is obsessed with auto racing and determined — against all odds, logic and the persistent naysaying of his older brother, Chet (Paul Giamatti) — to compete in a legitimate speedway event. His wish steers closer to reality after he’s snatched from his garden home by a crow and dropped on a sports car in mid-street-race, where he gets injected with enough nitro to make him worthy of a segment on “Top Gear.” Contains some mild action and thematic elements. Extras include “Team Turbo: Tricked Out” and two other featurettes. Also, on Blu-ray: deleted scene; “The Race” storyboard sequence and Smoove Move’s music videos.

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