The Tricentennial-themed original opera production Sueños de Béjar (Dreams of Bexar), originally set for a Commemorative Week performance on May 5, has been postponed until October.
After years at other venues, Luminaria contemporary arts festival returns Friday, Nov. 10 to a renovated Hemisfair Park to celebrate its 10th anniversary.
The first few concerts of the sixth annual San Antonio Symphony’s Mozart Festival have been near sell-outs.
The Downtown Street Performer Policy allows musicians and artists to share their craft on the streets of downtown San Antonio.
Pocha is a term used to describe the trans-border culture that merges American identity with Mexicanidad.
This will be the first time a regional or school theater has performed Phantom of the Opera since its rights became available in 2010.
Offerman is bringing his one-man show to the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts on Thursday, November 3, and you should most definitely “treat yo’ self.”
See Trevor Noah at the Tobin and laugh instead of cry as our country limps across the finish line of this bizarre campaign season.
San Antonio has a long history of teatro that can be traced back to the Spanish-language playhouses that once lined the plazas downtown.
There’s a new theater coming to town, and it’s unlike any other showplace in San Antonio.