A preview is also scheduled for 4 p.m. Thursday at Rossmoor Walnut Creek (Gateway Clubhouse), 1001 Golden Rain Road. It’s free to members of Rossmoor’s Opera and Ballet Club and $5 for nonmembers (www.festivalopera.org). While preparing for “About Face,” Moss took time out of her schedule to answer some questions via email about the new show and other aspects of her life. A: That is a great question. Despite coming from a medical family and having a scientific background, I knew very little. My childhood pediatrician had it (his name was ironically and perhaps sadistically Dr. Bell) and I remember always being preoccupied by his face. My mom told me then what it was, but it was my only connection and a vague one at that.
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Sardelli feels the play will have a positive impact on the audience. “My hope is that, at the end of the evening, there is a sense of comfort, a satisfaction … and hope. The comfort comes from seeing that we are capable of healing, capable of surviving terrible things, if we do it as a community. I look at the world we’re living in right now and I think, it’s nice to go and sit in a room with other people and be reminded that there’s hope. Joseph says, “I have written plays where some people think that there’s a very happy, hopeful ending — and other people think the opposite. And I find both to be useful interpretations. I don’t try to wrap everything up in a bow. I really like when people argue about a play. I never think that there’s any right or wrong way to interpret it. I hope that it’s provocative. I hope that people are engaged enough that they want to talk about it afterward. Whether they think it’s a happy ending or a sad ending, that’s up to everyone’s own perspective. They have to decide for themselves.”.
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The East Bay Regional Park District, naturally, couldn’t agree more. “It’s important for everyone to care for the Earth, and this is one way people can help the park district do so on Earth Day and everyday,” explained EBRPD spokeswoman Emily Hopkins. “We invite everyone to come to the educational programs that day and at other times, too.”. According to Russi, some beach cleanup volunteers will receive a free Chinook coupon book with discounts for local, sustainable merchants as a thank-you gift for their efforts.