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Oh What A Night

The Harlequin
Playwright(s): Shawn Kjos
Opens on: 06/02/2017 and Runs Through: 07/15/2017
Shows Thursday, Friday & Saturday.

Bar 7:00
Box office 7:30
Show time 8:00
Oh What A Night
From Creator and Director Shawn Kjos,
The Harlequin is proud to bring you "Oh What a Night"

An ALL NEW  jukebox musical revue featuring over 40 chart-topping hits from the '50s & '60s including songs from artist like Frankie Valli, The Chiffons, Jerry Lee Lewis, The Ronettes, Carl Perkins, The Shirelles, The Drifters, The Tokens, The Chordettes, Elvis and many more.
The high energy cast includes Shawn Kjos, Sarah Peters, Katie Molina, Ashton Folsom, Samantha Eberle & Steven Parra.
Location: Bldg. 2652 Harney Path, Ft. Sam Houston, Texas, 78234-5020
$22.00 Adults
$20.00 Military
$18.00 Students
$10.00 Children under 12
Our Website: www.facebook.com/TheHarlequinSA
Contact/More Information:
Please call 210-222-9694 for tickets or for more information.


The Last Days of Oscar Wilde

Overtime Theater
Playwright(s): Bernard J. Taylor
Opens on: 04/28/2017 and Runs Through: 05/27/2017

April 28-May 27, 2017

Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm
Sunday May 7 at 3pm
Sunday May 21 at 7pm

The Last Days of Oscar Wilde


The man who brought you the award winning production of the story of Dorian gray now brings you the untold story of Oscar Wilde - the true account of a tortured soul and the unmasking of his celebrity image. Directed by Derek Berlin (whose one-man presentation of an adaptation of Dorian Gray won eight awards for excellence at last year’s ATAC awards) The Last Days of Oscar Wilde looks at the final years, while exiled in Paris, of the man whom many regard as the patron saint of the LGBT community and the role model for many gay men. Having fallen from the heights of success – with his highly acclaimed stage comedies such as The Importance of Being Earnest and books such as The Picture of Dorian Gray, Wilde was forced to seek refuge in Paris after being convicted in London of homosexual activities and receiving a sentence of two years hard labor at Reading Jail. This ruined his health and left him with only a few years to live before he died at the age of 46.


The play examines the relationship between Wilde (Marc Daratt) and his wife as well as his relationship with Lord Alfred Douglas, who was largely responsible for Wilde’s downfall. The work also examines his friendship with Canadian-born Robbie Ross (Stephan Poer) who proved to be Wilde’s most loyal friend.


The work portrays his relationship with Lord Alfred Douglas as less of a sexual love affair and more as a romantic friendship between two seekers of pleasure, with Wilde taking an almost paternal interest in Douglas and feeling deeply hurt and betrayed when Douglas turned his back on him after bringing about his ruin.


The play will be the first production at the newly relocated Overtime Theater.



Oscar Wilde: Marc Daratt
Thomas Wilshire: Jonathan Schell
Robbie Ross: Stephen Poer
A Waiter: Carlos Saavedra
A Scottish Literary Critic: Chris Champlin
Justice Wills: Ray Baird

Creative Team

Director: Derek Berlin
Assistant Director: Richard David Anthony
Production Manager & Stage Manager: Gina Schneider
Set Design: Scott McDowell and Derek Berlin
Lighting Design: Chris Champlin 
Costumes: Rose Kennedy
Playwright: Bernard J. Taylor

Location: 5409 Bandera Rd.Ste. 205, San Antonio, Texas, 78238
Tickets: $10 Student/Military/SATCO
$12 Senior
$15 General
Purchase online: www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2893797
Our Website: www.theovertimetheater.org
Contact/More Information: Visit the website or email us

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Bus Stop

Classic Theatre of San Antonio
Opens on: 05/05/2017 and Runs Through: 05/28/2017

Fridays & Saturdays @ 8pm and Sundays @ 3pm

Bus Stop

In the middle of a howling snowstorm, a bus out of Kansas City pulls up at a cheerful roadside diner. All roads are blocked, and four or five weary travelers are going to have to hole up until morning. Cherie, a nightclub singer, is the passenger with the most to worry about. She is being avidly pursued by a cowboy on the bus, while others are developing relationships of their own as they wait for sunrise.

“…Mr. Inge has put together an uproarious comedy that never strays from the truth.”

--the New York Times

Kacey Roye Grace Hoylard
Bekka Broyles Elma Duckworth
Jim Mammarela Will Masters
Alison Chambers Cherie
Lewis Mize Carl
Martin Vidal Dr. Gerald Lyman
Hunter Wulff Bo Decker
John O'Neill Virgil Blessing
Location: 1924 Fredericksburg Rd, San Antonio, Texas, 78201
Tickets: $25 general admission
$20 military, educator, senior
$10 student
Our Website: www.classictheatre.org
Contact/More Information: Call the box office for more information at (210) 589-8450 or contact Florence Bunten at flo@classictheatre.org

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Peter and the Starcatcher

Sheldon Vexler Theatre
Playwright(s): Rick Elice Based on the book by Dave Barry & Ridley Pearson
Opens on: 05/04/2017 and Runs Through: 06/04/2017
Thursdays, 7:30pm:
5/4, 5/11, 5/18, 5/25
Saturdays, 8pm: 5/6, 5/13, 5/20, 5/27, 6/3
Sundays, 2:30pm: 5/7, 5/14, 5/21, 5/28, 6/4

No performance Thursday, June 1.
Peter and the Starcatcher, a grownup’s prequel to Peter Pan, is the innovative and imaginative musical play based on the best-selling novel by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson. A cast of only about a dozen actors play more than a hundred characters, all on a journey to answer the century-old question: How did Peter Pan become The Boy Who Never Grew Up? This epic origin story of popular culture’s most enduring and beloved character proves that your imagination is the most captivating place in the world.
Location: The Campus of the San Antonio Jewish Community, 12500 N.W. Military Highway, San Antonio, Texas, 78231
$22 - General Admission
$19 - JCC Members, Seniors (65+), Military, Groups of 10+, SATCO Members
$16 - Students

Tickets on sale April 4, 2017.
Our Website: www.vexler.org
Contact/More Information: The Vex Box Office: 210-302-6835

This play is not recommended for audiences under the age of 10.

Rift Riders Season 2

The Overtime Theater
Playwright(s): Michael Burger
Opens on: 05/05/2017 and Runs Through: 07/08/2017

Episode 1 – January 27 & 28 and February 3 & 4 at 10:30 pm; January 29 at 7:00 pm

Episode 2 – February 24 & 25 at 10:30 pm; February 26 at 7:00 pm

Episode 3 – March 24, 25

Episode 4 – May 5,6,7,12,13

Episode 5 – June 2,3,4,9,10

Episode 6 – June 30, July 1, 2, 7, 8

Rift Riders Season 2 Jonah Foster is having the worst day of his life when he has the misfortune of being abducted by aliens.  What could be worse?  The aliens that abducted him are nowhere to be found.  Now Jonah, along with his fellow abductees, need to figure out how to gain control of the ship and get themselves home.  (This show is 50 minutes and is appropriate for age 13 and up.)
Cast/Crew: Cast and Crew for Episode 4, "Dark Places"


Capt. Tannus- John Lambert

Foster- Venny Mortimer

Jira- Catie Carlisle

Rainya- Shannon Shakelford

Harker- Chris Kelly

Dr. Danichew- Kodi Karim

Broke- Megan van Dyke

Capt. Brax- Jenny Taylor

Alex Knight- Adhley Deleona

Sha-Ree- Molly Walter

Creative Team

Director- Michael Burger Song

Asst. Director- Catie Carlisle

Stage Manager- Gina Schneider

Board Operator- Kylah McCoy

Location: 5409 Bandera Rd. Ste 205, San Antonio, Texas, 78238
Tickets: Ticket cost for LATE-NIGHT shows (10:30 pm to later) at the Overtime Theater are discounted from the regular price of $10.00-$15.00 to $8.00 each.

Please call the box office one hour before showtime at 210-557-7562 to inquire about ticket availability.
Purchase online: www.brownpapertickets.com/profile/67145
Our Website: www.theovertimetheater.org
Contact/More Information: You may contact The Overtime Theater at theovertimetheater@gmail.com or at 210.557.7562.

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Tongues: An Invented Language Play

Alamo City Improv
Opens on: 05/26/2017 and Runs Through: 06/24/2017
Days/Times: Fridays & Saturdays at 7 PM
Tongues: An Invented Language Play

Humans yearn to understand and to be understood. Those whom we cannot or will not communicate with become distant figures so foreign to us that they seem to lose all identity and even humanity. Today our world is more connected and accessible than ever; yet language and social obstacles still stand as massive barriers.

Tongues is a fully-improvised play that asserts we have more in common with these distant figures than we know. Every performance, the actors will create scenes and relationships while speaking an invented language. The cast will take viewers on a journey that begins with simple connection and discovery, and leads them using empathy and emotion to true understanding more powerful than words.

Cast/Crew: Created & Directed by Jeremy Zenor
Cast: Adrianne Brown • Stephanie Clark • Gina Hughes • Darrel Phillips
Location: 902 NE Interstate 410 Loop, San Antonio, Texas, 78209
Tickets: Purchase Tickets Online
$10 - Door
$8 - Presale
Purchase online: www.alamocityimprov.yapsody.com/event/index/96551/tongues
Contact/More Information: The Alamo City Improv Theater is located in the basement of the Magic Time Machine Restaurant. Simply enter the restaurant and find the wooden door next to the bar.

Contact us at alamocityimprov@gmail.com or 210-683-3212.

Coming Soon

Retired: A Superhero Serial

Overtime Theater
Playwright(s): Scott McDowell
Opens on: 06/09/2017 and Runs Through: 07/01/2017

June 9 - July 1, 2017

Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm

Retired: A Superhero Serial Retirement. That's all Kyle Hyde wanted. When the Powers Registration Act ended all vigilante superheroes, Kyle was more than happy to say goodbye to his alter ego. As Iron Star, he was one of Excalibur Cities greatest heroes but also one of it's most troubled, so hanging up his mask came with no hesitation. But sometimes retirement is not all it's cracked up to be. Even less when you were a superhero.
Cast/Crew: Assistant Director: Jana Drew
stage manager: Angie Hernandez

  • Rob Barron
  • Debbie Bashum Burns
  • Alaia Brown
  • Ashley Hamilton
  • Ashley DeLeona
  • Jenny Taylor
  • Shannon Shackleford
  • Stephen Morales
Location: 5409 Bandera Rd.Ste. 205, San Antonio, Texas, 78238
Tickets: $10 Student/Military/SATCO
$12 Senior
$15 General
Purchase online: www.brownpapertickets.com/profile/67145
Our Website: www.theovertimetheater.org
Contact/More Information: Visit the website or email us

Junie B. Jones, the Musical

The Magik Theatre
Playwright(s): Based on the books by Barbara Parks; Book and lyrics by Mary Heisler; Music by Zina Goldrich
Opens on: 06/16/2017 and Runs Through: 07/30/2017
Days/Times: Please visit our website magiktheatre.org for show dates and times.

Sensory-friendly performance Saturday, July 1, 2:00 p.m.
Junie B. Jones, the Musical

It's time for first grade, and Junie B. can't wait to see all her old friends! But over the summer old friends have drifted away, and new ones have moved to town. Junie B. soon learns that things don't always stay the same, and that doesn't have to be a problem.

Location: 420 South Alamo Street, San Antonio, Texas, 78205
Tickets: Go to www.magiktheatre.org or call 210.227.2751 for reservations

Adults $15

Children 2-17 $12

Active-duty/retired military, educators, seniors (with ID) $12

Lapsit children under 2 FREE

Early bird season tickets $36-$45
Regular season tickets $45-$55
Purchase online: www.magiktheatre.org/buy-tickets-2016/2016-2017-season
Our Website: www.magiktheatre.org
Contact/More Information: Go to www.magiktheatre.org or call 210.227.2751 for reservations or more information.


SASPA Productions
Opens on: 06/16/2017 and Runs Through: 06/18/2017
Days/Times: Friday June 16, 5:30 Lower School
Friday June 16, 7:00 Upper School
Saturday June 17, 1:00 pm Upper School
Saturday june 17, 3:30 pm Lower School
Saturday June 17, 5:30 pm Upper School
Sunday June 18, 1:00 pm Lower School
Sunday June 18, 3:00 pm Upper School
A Celebration of Dances from around the world.
Cast/Crew: Upper and lower school students of the
San Antonio School for the Performing Arts
Location: Carol B Conway Theater 11210 Disco St, San Antonio, Texas, 78216
Tickets: Reserved Seating
Purchase online: www.saspa.org
Our Website: www.saspa.org
Contact/More Information: Ticket Info. 210-495-2787

Saturday Night Fever: The Musical

Roxie Theatre Company
Playwright(s): Based on the Paramount/RSO Film and the story by Nik Cohn. Adapted for the stage by Robert Stigwood in collaboration with Bill Oaks North American version written by Sean Cercone & David Abbinanti Featuring Songs By THE BEE GEES Song Credits: Music and Lyrics by Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb and Robin Gibb
Opens on: 06/17/2017 and Runs Through: 07/16/2017
Days/Times: Fridays at 8:00pm
Saturdays at 7:30pm
Sundays at 3:00pm
Saturday Night Fever: The Musical Tony Manero is a clerk in a paint store in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. But he lives for Saturday evening and his visit to the local disco, 2001 Odyssey. At the disco Tony is no longer an inconspicuous employee, he is the king of the dance floor. There he meets dancer, Stephanie Mangano. The two decide to take part in a dance competition. Although Tony is interested in a relationship with Stephanie, she rejects him, thinking that she can pursue higher goals and meet a better selection of men in Manhattan. But Tony and Stephanie continue to rehearse and win the dance competition. However, Tony, not happy because a competing pair of Latino dancers was clearly better, hands the championship trophy to them. The dispute divides Tony and Stephanie. After some very tragic events, Tony and Stephanie decide to remain friends.   The Music: Almost all of the songs from the original movie sound track are included in the stage musical. The album remained 24 weeks on the top of the U.S. album charts and stayed until March 1980 on the charts. In the UK, the album also achieved first place for 18 weeks and it is one of the most successful movie sound tracks of all time. In 1979 it won a Grammy as Album of the Year. In 2003 it reached # 131 of Rolling Stone’s “500 best albums of all time”.
Location: 7460 Callaghan Rd., Ste. 333, San Antonio, Texas, 78229
Tickets: $25 - $30
Purchase online: www.roxietheatretickets.com
Contact/More Information: Box Office (210) 360-9180

Black History Stage Play - THE PROJECT

Charlena Dee W/ The Club Lighthouse Players
Playwright(s): Written and directed by Charlene Duncan Emerson
One Night Only: 06/17/2017
Saturday @ 7:30PM 

“The Project” is returning to the Carver Theater in conjunction with the Juneteenth Committee of San Antonio, TX. Come and see history unfold from Africa to America. But more importantly, leave denoting a new found comfort within spirituality, a reclaimed level of competency and the assurance that you are somebody. Let's not forget Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s famous speech “I Have a Dream”. A MUST SEE FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY (reasonably priced).

Cast/Crew: A group of actors in San Antonio from various churches, demographics, and backgrounds is performing together with the Club Lighthouse Players.
Location: 226 N. Hackberry Street, San Antonio, TX, Texas, 78202
Tickets: General Admission, $17.00
Seniors 55+, $12.00
Youth up to age 17 and College Students w/ ID, $10.00
Purchase online: www.Ticketmaster.com
Contact/More Information: Purchase tickets through ticketmaster.com or the Carver Cultural Theater Box Office

Madagascar Summer Camp

New Braunfels Performing Arts
Playwright(s): Book by Kevin Del Aguila Original Music and Lyrics by George Noriega & Joel Someillan
Opens on: 06/26/2017 and Runs Through: 06/30/2017
Days/Times: Monday-Friday
9AM-3PM Full Day option
9AM-12PM Half Day option
Madagascar Summer Camp

The animals of the Central Park Zoo all get ready for the Zoo to open in the morning. As the Zoo opens, visitors are introduced to Marty the Zebra, Gloria the Hippo, Melman the Giraffe, Alex the Lion and Skipper, Private, Rico, and Kowalski (the Penguins) (“It’s Showtime”). The penguins assemble, acting as if they are undercover so that they can escape to Antarctica (“Penguin Underscore No. 1”). They bump into Marty the Zebra, who learns their plans and starts to daydream about what it would be like to live in the wild (“Wild and Free”). Alex the Lion surprises Marty for his tenth birthday. Gloria, Melman and Mason the Chimp enter with a cake and they celebrate. The crowd inquires about Marty's wish when he blew out the candles. He confesses that he wished he could go to the wild. All of Marty’s friends react poorly.

After the party, Alex goes to see why Marty is upset. Marty tries to convince Alex to travel into the wild with him. Alex refuses but exclaims that he is there for him if he needs anything (“Best Friends”).  Marty decides to leave without Alex.

The streets of New York are bustling as Candy Hammernose, a reporter, announces that there has been a zebra seen roaming Manhattan. Halfway through her report, she announces breaking news that a hippo, a giraffe and a lion are also on the loose (“News Underscore”). Gloria, Alex and Melman discuss their shock at Marty’s escape from the zoo as they look for him. Marty runs into the penguins, which he mistakes for nuns (“Penguin Underscore No. 2”). Gloria, Melman and Alex spot Marty and quickly make their way over. The penguins switch directions to escape. The Police and Animal Control seize Marty and his friends as they attempt to stay calm (“Relax, Be Cool, Chill Out”). As they feel the effects of the tranquilizer that Animal Control used, everything turns to slow motion (“Grand Central”).

The animals then find themselves on a ship in separate crates. The penguins escape their crate and take out the captain to gain control of the ship (“Penguin Underscore No. 3”). The penguins attempt to steer the ship as the animals slide back and forth in their crates (“Southward Ho!”) The penguins sing as they try to steer towards Antarctica (“Penguins’ Sea Shanty”).

Alex, Melman, Gloria and Marty all find themselves on the beach of a beautiful island. They discuss to which zoo they think they have been transferred. They rejoice in the fact they are all alive and together, but Alex is mad at Marty for making them leave their home. They then meet Mort, a tiny lemur, followed by Lynn and Lars Lemur, who are panicking about "The Foosa" following them. Alex unintentionally scares the Foosa Leader when he tries to find zoo officials, saving the lemurs. The lemurs insist that they follow them to meet their king, King Julien the Thirteenth. The lemur king’s advisor, Maurice, joins them and welcomes them to Madagascar.  King Julien then arrives and introduces himself (“Welcome to Me”), following that with a song about his passion for having a good time (“I Like to Move It”). 

King Julien thanks them for scaring away the foosa, which they explain is a catlike, carnivorous animal that is native to Madagascar. King Julien creates the plan to befriend the animals so that Alex will protect the lemurs from the foosa. Alex gets more and more impatient to go home. The lemurs invite the animals to stay with them for the night. Because of his hunger, Alex dreams of the food that he was fed at the Central Park Zoo (“Steak”) and accidentally ends up licking his lips and staring at Marty. Maurice the lemur expresses apprehension to King Julien about his plan to befriend Alex.

The penguins are found, still on the ship but clearly freezing and miserable as they make their way up north. They make it there and quickly turn around to head back south (“Sea Shanty – Reprise”). 

Gloria, Melman, Alex and Marty wake up to find that King Julien and the Lemurs have moved them to a beautiful watering hole. Marty is overjoyed. Gloria and Melman quickly get excited, but Alex is miserable because he is so hungry (“Living in Paradise”). Alex bites Marty’s behind while he is dreaming of steaks. His friends become scared of him. Alex runs off so that he can’t hurt his friends. The animals then hear a ship's horn, and Marty rushes off to the unsafe side of the island to find Alex (“Ship's Horn”). 

Gloria and Melman come up to the boat. They discover that the penguins had been steering it and sent the people on a lifeboat to China (“Penguin Underscore No. 4”). Gloria and Melman then realize that Marty followed Alex and decide to go after him.

The foosa enter and are looking for food (“Foosa Hungry”). Marty finds Alex, but Alex refuses to go with him because he doesn’t want to hurt his best friend (“Thunder”). Marty expresses that he won’t leave because they are best friends... just as the Foosa leader starts to approach Marty (“Best Friends – Reprise”). Alex pretends that he is still a predator so that they can escape the Foosa. Alex, Melman, Gloria and the Penguins also arrive.  They face off, and the animals from New York are victorious. Alex declares himself the king of Madagascar (“The King of Madagascar”). They all celebrate with a beach party (“Together Forever”). 

Location: 290 W San Antonio St, New Braunfels, Texas, 78130
Tickets: 1 Week Full Day - $250
1 Week Half Day - $125
Purchase online: www.nbperformingarts.com/summer-camps/
Our Website: www.nbperformingarts.com
Contact/More Information: tickets@nbperformingarts.com

Big River

Circle Arts Theatre
Playwright(s): Roger Miller & William Hauptman
Opens on: 06/29/2017 and Runs Through: 07/23/2017
Days/Times: Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm
After faking his own death, Huckleberry Finn sets off on the Mississippi with runaway slave Jim. The people he meets along the way will forever change his journey and create the adventure of a lifetime.
Location: In Landa Park at 124 Elizabeth Avenue, New Braunfels, Texas, 78130
Tickets: Tickets:
$22- Adults
$20- Senior (60+/Student/Military)

All Tickets $22 for Benefit Nights (July 6 & 13) 
Purchase online: www.CircleArtsTheatre.org
Our Website: www.Circleartstheatre.org
Contact/More Information: For reservations: 830-837-6172
For info: 830-620-4848


Spotlight Theatre & Arts Group Etc, Inc. (S.T.A.G.E., Inc.)
Playwright(s): Frederick Knott
Opens on: 07/13/2017 and Runs Through: 07/30/2017
Days/Times: Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays 8pm
Sundays 4pm

A psychological thriller about a recently blinded woman terrorized by a trio of thugs searching for a heroin stuffed doll they believe is in her apartment.

Cast/Crew: TBA
Location: 1300 Bulverde Road , Bulverde, Texas, 78163-0575
Tickets: $10 Student
$18 Regular
Our Website: www.stagebulverde.org
Contact/More Information:

Mona Klein/Charlotte Miniard (830) 438-2339

Don't Cry for Me, Margaret Mitchell

Boerne Community Theatre
Playwright(s): V. Cate and Duke Ernsberger
Opens on: 07/14/2017 and Runs Through: 07/29/2017

Thursdays at 7:30pm, Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 2:30pm


A fast-paced, non-stop look at three men locked in an office, living off bananas and salted peanuts while trying to rewrite the screenplay to Gone With the Wind, a novel that took Margaret Mitchell ten years to write.  Funny, irreverent and mostly true.  In 1939, David O. Selznick stopped production on the movie Gone With the Wind three weeks into shooting.  He hated the script.  It had to be rewritten.  With the stalled production costing him fifty thousand dollars a day, there was only one writer in Hollywood who could save the day – the legendary Ben Hecht.  Selznick, Hecht, and director Victor Fleming camp out in Selznick’s office to do the deed.  To their horror they soon discover that Hecht has never read the book and knows nothing about the characters.  Only in Hollywood could something destined to turn out so wrong turn out so right.

Cast/Crew: Directed by Keisha McFerrin
Location: 907 E. Blanco Rd., Boerne, Texas, 78006

Regular - $22
Senior (60+) - $20
Military/Student/TPR/SATCO/Teen Troupe - $15
Group (10+) -$20

Purchase online: www.boernetheatre.org
Our Website: www.boernetheatre.org
Contact/More Information:

To make reservations call the theatre at 830-249-9166 or go online to boernetheatre.org.

The Little Mermaid Summer Camp

New Braunfels Performing Arts
Playwright(s): Music by Alan Menken Lyrics by Howard Ashman & Glenn Slater Book by Doug Wright
Opens on: 07/24/2017 and Runs Through: 08/04/2017
Days/Times: Monday-Friday 9AM-3PM Full Day or 9AM-12PM Half Day
Campers are invited to participate in the show August 4, 5 & 6
For show info- click here
The Little Mermaid Summer Camp Based on the Hans Christian Andersen story and the Disney film that was produced by Howard Ashman & John Musker and written & directed by John Musker & Ron Clements. Originally Produced by Disney Theatrical Productions.
Location: 290 W San Antonio St, New Braunfels, Texas, 78130
Tickets: 1 or 2 week options, half and full day options
2 Week Full Day- $350
1 Week Full Day- $250
2 Week Half Day- $250
1 Week Half Day- $125
Purchase online: www.nbperformingarts.com/summer-camps/
Our Website: www.nbperformingarts.com
Contact/More Information: More info and sign-up click here


Alamo City Performing Arts Assoc. Inc.
One Night Only: 10/28/2017
Days/Times: October 28th,
      3:00 pm 1st Show
      4-5 pm Family fun Festival of games, food, drink and silent auction.
      6:00 pm 2nd Show
The Alamo City Dance Co. presents original works in celebration of fall and winter.  Also featured are the dance companies of the
San Antonio School for the Performing Arts.
Cast/Crew: Alamo City Dance Co. and the dance companies of the
San Antonio School for the Performing Arts
Location: Carol B Conway Theater 11210 Disco St, San Antonio, Texas, 78216
Tickets: Reserved Seating  $18.00
Purchase online: www.alamocityperformingartsassociation.com
Our Website: www.saspa.org
Contact/More Information: 210-495-0129

THE NUTCRACKER 25th Anniversay

Alamo City Performing Arts Assoc. Inc.
Opens on: 12/16/2017 and Runs Through: 12/17/2017
Days/Times: Saturday, December 16th 2:00 pm & 6:00 pm
Sunday, December 17th 2:00 pm
The story of young girl named Clara who receives the gift of a Nutcracker at her parents annual holiday party.  She then dreams of a battle involving mice and soldiers where her Nutcracker transforms into her life-saving prince.  In all the chaos it ends up she saves the prince's life.  As a thank you for saving his life he takes her on a journey to the Land of Snow and then the Kingdom of Sweets where she is entertained by dancers from around the world including meeting the Sugarplum Fairy and her Cavalier.
Cast/Crew: Alamo City Dance Co. and over 100 hundred dancers from the San Antonio area.
Location: McAllister Theatre, 1300 San Pedro Ave., San Antonio, Texas, 78216
Tickets: $40.00 - $15.00
Senior Discounts
Military Discounts
Groups of 20 or more discounts
Purchase online: www.ACPAAtickets@gmail.com
Our Website: www.alamocityperformingartsassociation.com
Contact/More Information: Ticket Information

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