By Ann Hornaday | Washington Post. Gloria Bell, a middle-aged middle manager at a middle-size insurance company, lives in Los Angeles, although you would barely know it from the movie bearing her name. The L.A. of “Gloria Bell” isn’t the one of palm trees, beaches and invidious glamour shots, but the featureless sprawl that tends to be overlooked in glossy layouts and Hollywood fantasies. Against this aggressively neutral backdrop, Gloria – divorced, with two grown children and a modest apartment – tries to inject color and fun and sex into a life that, according to the world at large, is no longer worthy of such indulgences.
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Bat Boy, the Musical: Inspired by tabloid headlines, this comedy/horror show is about a half boy/half bat creature who is discovered in a cave in West Virginia. Through June 25. Bus Barn Theater, 97 HIllview Ave., Los Altos. $18-$36. 650-941-0551, losaltosstage.org. Appointment with Death: Based on Agatha Christie’s book, this murder mystery features the Belgian detective Hercule Poirot and reflects Christie’s experiences traveling in the Middle East with her husband, the archaeologist Sir Max Mallowan. Through June 12. Foothill College, Lohman Theatre, 12345 El Monte Road, Los Altos Hills. $10-$20. foothill.edu/theatre, 650-949-7360.
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The three girls joined dozens of other ballerinas who auditioned for parts in “The Nutcracker” in September. Since then, the performers have rehearsed on weekends since and during the week this month. “Alameda Civic Ballet is focused on educating young people about what is involved with doing a production like this,” said business director Marty Beene. “The kids are expected to be there at a set time and work hard, which means they have a fantastic experience.”.
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