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When he returned to the States and settled in the Bay Area in 1989, Foehringer found “it was weird moving back to the country I was born in,” he says. “I didn’t know how to talk to people about what I had done. I got here with a résumé that no one recognized.”. Realizing that San Francisco was saturated with strong teachers and dance programs, he started teaching at Western Ballet in Mountain View, where, as its artistic director and resident choreographer, he turned the school into a vibrant dance center. His work there brought him into contact with San Jose State, and he has played a key role in creating San Jose’s primary conservatory program.

“At age 12, my mother found a teacher, Maile Baker, and through her I began the ballet slippers study of hula,” Uchiyama continued, “Hula is a form of sacred dance, where movement, poetry, and prayer aren’t separate, “For most people, hula is seen only in the context of tourist resorts or movies,” she said, “I wanted to write a book for students of the dance that revealed the true intention of this dance form, and kept its deep connection to the land, water, vegetation, wind, sky, dreams, family and our ancestors, I didn’t want this practice to be misrepresented, Hula is an inclusive art form and welcomes students of all nationalities.”..

TheatreWorks Silicon Valley. “The Santa Land Diaries.” Dec. 5 through Dec. 23. By David Sedaris. For mature audiences. “One man’s brave journey through a maze of candy-caned kids, pretentious parents, and nasty St. Nicks.” Lohman Theatre at Foohill College, Los Altos Hills. $20-$45. or 650-463-1960. TheatreWorks Silicon Valley. “Our Great Tchaikovsky.” Jan. 10 through Feb. 11. Written and performed by Hershey Felder. Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts, 500 Castro St., Mountain View. $45-$105 (discounts available). or 650-463-1960.

You can see “Mystery and Motion” at the City Arts Gallery at Peninsula Ballet Theatre, 1880 S, Grant St., San Mateo, Hours are 3 to 8 p.m, Mondays through Fridays and 9 a.m, to 1 p.m, Saturdays, Go to, The Mercy Center is at 2300 Adeline Drive, Burlingame, Hours are 9 a.m, to 5 p.m, daily, Call 650-340-7474, The show is co-presented by Art Liaisons and University Art, It is on view through Oct, 15, Go to, AEgis is at 14531 Big Basin Way, Saratoga, Hours are 11 a.m, to 3 ballet slippers p.m, Wednesdays and 11 a.m, to 6 p.m, Thursdays through Sundays, Call 408-867-0171 or go to

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