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Sarah Paulson, another “American Horror Story” vet who has also worked with Lange, admires her ability to drop into mental illness. Paulson recalls a scene from “American Horror Story: Asylum,” in which Sister Jude becomes unraveled as Paulson’s character Lana is released from the mental institution. “I remember just staring at her and thinking, ‘I was just talking to her on the way to the set and now she’s muttering to herself. And it was so simple, not overwrought. But it was so damn powerful. Nobody plays more things at once than that lady. There is more going on in one line with Jessica than another actor can get across in an entire season.”.

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Then as now, when Ivanka presents her dad with information, she said she tells him what she thinks, and then tries to tell him what the other side’s strongest arguments are. “A lot of the way people try to get things done, or sell things in Washington, is they present facts that align with the outcome that they want the other person to come to,” she said. “In business it’s the same – they tell you the good facts about a company, not the bad facts. I don’t do that. I have never done that.”.

Visitors will be able to visit the animals, plant a seed, explore the gardens, pet and brush Elkus Ranch livestock, and make a wooly craft to take home, Staff will be on hand to answer questions and help with the activities, Bring your lunch and ballet flats target enjoy a picnic in designated areas, Admission is $5 per adult and child; reservations are required, To RSVP and pay in advance with a credit card, go to, Only cash and checks can be accepted at the ranch on the day of the event, To make a Fall Preschool Days reservation and pay at the door or to book a program or tour during the 2015-2016 school year or for questions, call 650-712-3151 or email

Created in 1841, “Giselle” tells the story of a peasant girl whose beloved Loys, a country boy, turns out to be a duke named Albrecht. Albrecht in his other life is engaged to Bathilde, and she just happens to make an unexpected–and awkward — appearance in the village. To complicate matters further, the local boy who loves Giselle is the tempestuous Hilarion, driven by possessiveness and jealousy to unmask his competition. The plot details have as much potential for screwball comedy as for tragedy, but because Giselle has a weak heart and a romantic soul, tragedy is the only possible outcome here. When the truth is revealed, Giselle dies, and Act I is over.