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“As dancers become better technically, they take on more responsibility,” Lustig said. “Megan’s role this year is much more demanding.”. Also trying on a new role is Connolly Strombeck, who played the Cavalier last year and dances Uncle Drosselmeyer this season. “It’s a nice little shift for him that keeps things interesting for the dancers and for the audience,” Lustig added. Gregory DeSantis will reprise his role as the Nutcracker with Justin Genna as the Cavalier.

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Almaden Art & Wine Festival: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sept. 17. Almaden Lake Park, 15652 Almaden Expressway, San Jose. Food and wine, entertainment, silent auction and children’s zone. Santa Cruz County Fair: Noon-11 p.m. Sept. 13-15, 10 a.m.-11 p.m. Sept. 16 and 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Sept. 17. County Fairgrounds, 2601 E. Lake Ave., Watsonville. Carnival rides, livestock, food, merchants, races, music performances, art and children’s activities. Chalk Art Festival: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sept. 16. Backesto Park, San Jose. Artists, students and chalk enthusiasts create over 250 pieces of art throughout the park’s pathways. Free.

Before he attended BSJ’s summer intensive last year, Zachary Alsop, 20, a company trainee, was fairly new to dancing, A former pole vaulter at Santa Teresa High School, he was persuaded by a friend to check out a local dance studio with her two years ago, He fell hard for ballet and quickly considered it for a career, “I grew more in the four weeks [at the intensive] than I had in the year and a half at the dance studio,” he says, Alsop’s talent and, equally important, his dedication were recognized at the summer event, He’s now a member of BSJ’s trainee program, a one- to two-year course intended as a steppingstone to a professional job, ballet inspired tassel key chain - zipper pull An apprenticeship would be the next level and then, if he’s very lucky, an offer from a ballet company would result..

For now, the diminutive ice princess is optimistic about moving forward after leaving the renowned Broadmoor Skating Club in Colorado Springs where she developed into the country’s most consistent jumper. With one U.S. title, three seconds and a junior world championship victory, Flatt has had an accomplished career. But she often has been viewed harshly in a discriminating sport for being a steady, powerful skater without artistry. She has employed a battery of Bay Area coaches to help change that image. The team is led by the East Bay’s Justin Dillon and Lynn Smith at Sharks Ice Oakland. Flatt also trains in San Jose with Sergei Ponomarenko, a three-time Olympic medalist in ice dancing, and former world champion Charlie Tickner in Redwood City.