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Del Shores to Perform His Newest Play in San Antonio

Del Shores to Perform His Newest Play in San Antonio

Del Shores, known for his work as a playwright and screenwriter who uses comedy to explore LGBT issues, will be in town on February 10 to perform his new one-man show, Six Characters in Search of a Play, at the Public Theater of San Antonio. Shores has written, directed and produced for film, television and

The Overtime Hosts World Premiere of Spooky Gay Comedy ‘Ghostbears’

While it champions Texas-bred productions, the wild and wacky Overtime Theater also stages offbeat works concocted by like-minded playwrights from across the nation. Given his track record fusing Goth culture, Netflix fandom and David Attenborough-inspired nature docs (Among the Squirrels), not to mention setting a Greek myth in a 1950s-era Arizona diner (Iphigenia in Kingman),

Out of the kitchen: Fred Anthony Garza

Garza was inspired by the play Doña Rosita’s Jalapeño Kitchen. At first glance, it would seem problematic at best to consider opening a vegan, gluten-free, Tex-Mex restaurant on Nogalitos Street just north of I-90. This is hardcore old-school country. But that’s exactly the point, says Fred Anthony Garza, whose Vegeria on upper Broadway, a “grassroots

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

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