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Three Iconic Divas Coming to SA this Summer

Three Iconic Divas Coming to SA this Summer

Three iconic divas are making their way to the Alamo City this summer. Patti LaBelle – Live To a younger generation Patti LaBelle is known for selling her sweet potato pies at Walmart but for those who can remember the 70s, Ms. Patti is also the undisputed “Godmother of Soul.” She began her career as

Bill Maher Brings Political Satire to Majestic Theatre

Stand-up comedian, talk-show host and political commentator, Bill Maher, is bringing his live comedy tour to the Majestic Theatre. Maher, a staunch supporter of gay marriage, animal rights, and atheism, has made his career calling out bigots and hypocrites. His public feuds with so-called conservatives have pushed the boundaries of public decency, and he is unapologetic

Alan Cumming Reveals Himself with ‘Sappy Songs’

When Alan Cumming steps onto the stage at the Majestic Theatre this summer, he will need no introduction. With a career spanning nearly three decades, you may recognize the 51-year-old actor and singer from Hollywood blockbusters (X-Men 2, Spy Kids, GoldenEye) or perhaps as Eli Gold on the critically acclaimed CBS drama The Good Wife.

‘Motown the Musical’ Set to Dazzle at the Majestic

Motown the Musical tells the story of Berry Gordy and the founding of Motown Records, his wildly successful independent record label that forever changed the landscape of popular music. The year is 1983 and Gordy is reflecting on a career of highs and lows while contemplating whether to attend the 25th anniversary celebration of Motown Records. Flashback three decades earlier and a young

Rodgers & Hammerstein’s ‘Cinderella’ Lands at the Majestic This Week

In 1957 when Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella first premiered on CBS as a made-for-television musical starring Julie Andrews in the lead role, it was seen by an audience of more than 100 million people — a figure almost impossible to recapture in today’s era of online streaming. Its authors, Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein, were already among the

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