Written by Don Mathis on Feb 2 2017 - 3:38pm
The Alameda Theater, which opened in 1949 at 318 W. Houston Street, has been shuttered for nearly 30 years. Despite water stains on the ceiling and eastern walls, despite the removal of nearly 2,500 seats, the theater retains its grandiosity. 
Written by Jason Gil on Sep 29 2016 - 2:00pm
"Mufaro’s Beautiful Daughters," being showcased at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, will be brought to life on Oct. 3, for a one night only performance by the Dallas Children’s Theater while on their national tour. 
Written by CarissaRosalie on Aug 11 2016 - 12:36pm
How would you respond to sexual assault? For one San Antonio creative writer, there was only one satisfying response. Little did she know, this response would carry a message of hope to thousands of sexual assault survivors and their supporters across the city. Amalia Ortiz founded “Women of Ill Repute: Refute” in 1999 in response to a recent sexual assault at the hands of an acquaintance.
Written by Guest (not verified) on Mar 18 2015 - 11:59am
At 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, March 21, the Magik Theatre will provide an opportunity for patrons on the autism spectrum and their families to enjoy live theatre with a sensory-friendly performance of Elephant & Piggie’s We Are in a Play! During a sensory-friendly performance, house lights are kept on, sound levels are lower, audience members are free to talk and leave their seats during the performance, a designated quiet area is provided, outside snacks are permitted, and audience numbers are kept smaller, to offer an experience that will be both enjoyable and comfortable.
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on May 31 2012 - 3:23pm
San Antonio Mayor Julián Castro kicked off the San Antonio Public Library's 2012 Summer Reading Program for children and teens, promising a book and a signed certificate for each person who finishes the program. "In the 21st Century global economy, there's nothing more important than acquiring the learning, the brainpower the knowledge that you need to succeed," Castro said. Here's a short video of the mayor describing the program that you can play on your mobile and share: