Keeping old traditions and artisanship alive and well, the Majestic Theatre celebrates its 90th anniversary and late-1980s renovation.
Every year, the Las Casas Foundation awards scholarships to the tune of $100,000 to student artists based on their performances in high school productions.
High school students at any level who have exceptional talent in singing, dancing, or acting are encouraged to apply for 2017 Joci Awards Performing Arts Scholarship Program.
Every year the Joci Awards Scholarship Competition hosts “rising stars” from area high schools on stage at the Empire Theatre to compete for the prestigious performance art awards sponsored by the Las Casas Foundation.
Technically, the local chapter of the international event series PechaKucha was born in 2011, but organizers sought to celebrate its 21st quarterly event like many native San Antonians celebrate their 21st birthdays: on The St.
The 2016 Joci Awards Scholarship Competition, spearheaded by the nonprofit Las Casas Foundation, is issuing its final call for applications geared towards high school students with singing, dancing, or acting talent.
The 16th PechaKucha San Antonio will be held at the Charline McCombs Empire Theatre, 226 N. St.
In 1877, when the railroad finally arrived in San Antonio, the Alamo City was still considered the Wild West.
Last night, some 300 Yelpers converged upon the iconic Charline McCombs Empire Theatre for Yelp’s Backstage Pass, the biggest Yelp event to-date in San Antonio.