As the Classic Theater continues to make progress toward professional status, it has increased production and is employing more artists.
“Bringing More Film Production to the Alamo City” was the theme of the 23rd Annual SA Film Festival’s Awards Ceremony held Saturday at the Tobin Center’s.
The week-long event, which takes place from July 31-Aug. 6, will showcase 39 features and dozens of short films.
“There’s actually got to be an industry, and that’s what the Playhouse is trying to create.” –San Antonio Playhouse CEO and Artistic Director George Green
AtticRep’s three theatrical pieces, which will take place at the Tobin, will bring talent from India, the United States, and Mexico.
PAX South organizers expect 2017’s convention to be the biggest to date, topping last year’s 40,000 participants.
The second annual Alamo City Film Festival will take place Oct. 27-30 at the Lila Cockrell Theatre, with additional screenings at the Mexican Cultural Institute.
There’s a new theater coming to town, and it’s unlike any other showplace in San Antonio.
The Classic Theatre, located in Fredericksburg Road’s Deco District, has been providing quality theater to San Antonio since 2008, but its goals are even more ambitious this year.