The Magik Theatre is starting a series of renovations to update its facilities and make them more accessible.
The event’s 29th installment will feature eight speakers, all of whom have 20 seconds per 20 PowerPoint slides to make a case, tell a story, or advocate for a cause.
‘Coco’ author Diana López and Councilman Manny Pelaez (D8) visited the Magik Reader’s Theatre on Saturday to read children’s stories live onstage.
The first meeting of the San Antonio Performing Arts Collective drew representatives from 25 performing arts organizations.
Every production of the season now includes a special show for autistic and cognitively disabled children.
The Magik Theatre, San Antonio’s only professional resident repertory theater company, has presented more than 160 main-stage and touring shows to more than 2 million children and their families since its founding in 1994.
Fall is here.
For those lacking imagination about how artists can make a living from their work, check out the artists featured in the Southwest School of Art’s (SSA) upcoming panel discussion, “How to Be a Working Artist: Promising Paths.”
Stuart Allen, Jennifer Ling Datchuk, Jack McGilvray and Chris Sauter will share their experiences as working artists in a discussion moderated by SSA President Paula Owen, on Tuesday, Oct.
This Saturday, Oct.
While local artist Jennifer Khoshbin cleaned the large, steel panels of her first installation on Friday, her 9-year-old daughter, Ruby, let tiny handfuls of dirt slip through her fingers nearby.