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‘Secret Garden’ Continues Run at Playhouse

‘Secret Garden’ Continues Run at Playhouse

If your name is Mary, then you are probably familiar with the popular English nursery rhyme: “Mary, Mary quite contrary…” Aside from its common use on playgrounds to tease young girls named Mary, its also the best description of the main character in the The Secret Garden. Now Running at the Russell Hills Rogers Theater

Next at The Playhouse: Sam Shepard’s ‘Fool for Love’

Following the success of All is Calm this past holiday season, The Playhouse will present Sam Shepard’s Fool for Love directed by CEO and artistic director George Green. First performed in 1983 at the Magic Theatre in San Francisco, Fool for Love tells the story of two reunited lovers at the seedy Mojave Dessert Motel.

The Playhouse Presents Texas Premiere of ‘All is Calm’

As the country heals from one of the most divisive presidential elections in modern history, the Playhouse San Antonio presents the Texas premiere of Peter Rothstein’s All is Calm: The Christmas Truce of 1914. Based upon real-life events which took place during World War I, the play tells an inspiring story of hope and peace.

The Playhouse Opens Season with Beauty and the Beast

The Playhouse San Antonio opens its 2016 – 2017 season on September 30 with Disney’s Beauty and the Beast at the Russell Hill Rogers Theatre. The production is directed by David Nanny and stars Carlye Gossen as Belle and Jeff Jeffers as the Beast. With music and lyrics by Howard Ashman and Alan Menken, the

All About That Dress: A History of Cornyation Fashion

For the last three years, I’ve been working on a book about the history of our most beloved Fiesta event, Cornyation. I’m pleased to report that the book will be published in March 2017 by Trinity University Press, and it will include more than 100 pictures of Cornyation over the years. Over the course of