Before its upcoming production of the opera La Bohême, Opera San Antonio invited area students to write alternate endings for the tragedy.
Tía Chuck, the one-hour portrait of artist Chuck Ramirez by San Antonio filmmakers Angela and Mark Walley, premieres Saturday.
The Tobin Center’s 2018-19 season aims to satisfy a wide range of tastes, from family-friendly song and dance to racy social satire.
Thomas Jefferson High School took top honors at the Bexar County High School Film Festival for a short film on a nonprofit that feeds kids.
About 300 high school students from six area counties will be represented at the 2nd annual Bexar County High School Film Festival on Monday, April 23.
The San Antonio Symphony announces its 2018-19 season, featuring a Spring Culinary Festival, a popular Broadway singer, and a focus on accessibility.
Former President Bill Clinton will appear at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts on June 11 to promote his first novel.
With the new “Taco Fest: Music y Mas” scheduled at La Villita on the second weekend in April, the future of the Maverick Music Festival is uncertain.
As director of cultural affairs for HemisFair ’68, Arnold “Pic” Swartz helped guide San Antonio from to new horizons of cultural sophistication.
Opera San Antonio is undergoing its second leadership change in recent months, with the hiring of Adam Diegel as artistic director. Diegel replaces Enrique Carreón-Robledo, who had been general and artistic Director of the company.