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Jue’s Larry works the crowd with easygoing charm from the minute he enters, blithely ignoring his daughter’s play that’s supposed to be in progress. He talks about the Yee Family Association, a 150-year-old Yees-only men’s club that Lauren finds curiously archaic, and about his longtime boosterism of soon-to-be-disgraced state Senator Leland Yee, whom Lauren says is no relation while Larry enthusiastically insists that all Yees are one big family freed ballet shoes brown uk sale. Artistic director Bill English’s set consists of one ornate, oversized red door, which serves as the gateway and embodiment of the Yee Family Association and becomes a kind of character in its own right..

Skillfully orchestrated by director Joshua Kahan Brody, who helmed the play in its 2017 premiere at Chicago’s Goodman Theatre and again at Los Angeles’ Center Theatre Group (with Jue in the role of Larry from the start), “King of the Yees” is a dizzying, dazzling romp through a quasi-mystical San Francisco Chinatown freed ballet shoes brown uk sale. The cast is superb. Krystle Piamonte is nicely understated as deeply conflicted and overwhelmed protagonist Lauren. Rinabeth Apostol and Jomar Tagatac are hilarious as the bewildered but easygoing actors cast in the play within the play, popping up as a seemingly endless array of other character while the original actor-characters are seemingly trapped in limbo. (Come to think of it, we never do find out whatever happens to them.) Will Dao is also priceless in a wide variety of roles, including an amusingly camp ancient ancestor..

It’s a hysterically tangled narrative that just keeps topping itself, from a slo-mo action-movie fight scene to a truly epic dance-off with a lion dancer to a hilarious mix of music. At that same time, it’s a touching exploration of thorny family dynamics and our responsibility to our loved ones, tied up with some fascinatingly complex issues of (and issues with) Chinatown politics. It’s certainly high time that Yee’s play came home to San Francisco — especially because the story is so much about Lauren’s reluctance to come home — and it’s a joy to finally have it here freed ballet shoes brown uk sale.

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Bye Bye Birdie: The Sunnyvale Community Players present the family-friendly musical about a rock star who gets drafted and does one last show before he’s inducted. Feb. 22-March 10. Sunnyvale Community Theatre, 550 East Remington Drive, Sunnyvale. $16-$29. https://www.sunnyvaleplayers.org freed ballet shoes brown uk sale. Dance Series 01: Trey McIntyre, whose world premiere celebrating the Summer of Love was a Smuin hit last spring, returns to kick off Smuin’s 25th anniversary with ‘Blue Until June,’ set to Etta James’ vocals. The program also features choreography by Smuin company dancers Nicole Haskins, Ben Needham-Wood and Rex Wheeler, and Michael Smuin’s ‘Schubert Scherzo.’ Feb. 21-24. Center for the Performing Arts, 500 Castro St., Mountain View. $58-$75. 650-903-6000, http://www.smuinballet.org..

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