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More Than Words features Ramirez, Diaz

More Than Words features Ramirez, Diaz

More Than Words “History of Text in Visual Art” Ruiz-Healy Art 201-A East Olmos Drive ruizhealyart.com April 11 at 1pm, Ruiz-Healy Art will host “History of Text in Visual Art” by guest lecturer Ruben Cordova in conjunction with its current exhibition More Than Words: Text Based Artworks. “We are very excited to have Ruben Cordova,”

Robert Tobin and the fight for the Medical Center

 “Here was a very dignified gay man, who, by today’s standards, never discussed his sexuality in any kind of open environment.”   In Richard Wagner’s Götterdämmerung, the composer’s Romanticism was both idealistic (infinite longing) and fatalistic (inevitable disappointment). The moral of the opera–“attempting to hold onto what we cannot keep causes hurt and is ultimately

GLAAD TO KNOW YOU at the Overtime Theatre

Written by Chadd Green and Lee Hurtado. Directed by Morgan Clyde. Featuring Justin Bankston, Chris Kelly, Derek Berlin, Vicky Liendo, Jeremy Talamantez, Jenny Taylor, Michele Wisniewski, and Molly Walker. There’s enough energy to power half a dozen plays in the Overtime’s production of GLAAD to Know You by Chadd Green and Lee Hurtado. The story

Pink Leche and Seven Minutes in Heaven

Artist Jessica Garcia denies ever spending the night at the Fox Motel. But for the last four years, she has been curating the annual erotic art show “Seven Minutes in Heaven” at the infamous motel located at 302 Newell Avenue. On March 7 between 6-10 pm Garcia, along with nine participating artists, will take over

A Valentine fundraiser for AtticRep: burlesque, love letters, more

6:30pm Saturday, February 14 Roosevelt Library, 311 Roosevelt (210) 738-1060, tobincenter.org $150-$750 AtticRep presents a Valentine’s Day party with cocktails, dancing and dinner by Tim The Girl. All ticket purchases and donations benefit the AtticRep Theater Company, which continues to bring culturally significant productions to the community of San Antonio. AtticRep’s productions focus on contemporary

The Paul Taylor Dance Company at the Majestic

7:30pm Tuesday February 10 $29-$110 The Majestic Theatre, 224 E Houston, (210) 226-5700 Purchase tickets here Paul Taylor, known as one of the seminal choreographers of the 20th and 21st century, brings his dance company to San Antonio. Since 1954, Taylor has helped shaped American modern dance by creating 140 dances, which offer “cogent observations on

Chicago the Musical

7:30pm January 27-January 29 8pm January 30  2pm & 8pm January 31-February 1  $70-$100 The Majestic Theatre, 224 E Houston, (210) 226-5700 Ticket info here The longest-running musical on Broadway comes to San Antonio for a night of “All That Jazz” and “Razzle Dazzle.” Based on the play by Chicago Tribune reporter Maurine Dallas Watkins, who covered

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