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A’lante Flamenco debuts “Prophecies” at the Tobin

A’lante Flamenco debuts “Prophecies” at the Tobin

January 10  and 11, Austin-based A’lante Flamenco will debut “Prophecies” at the Carlos Alvarez Studio Theater in the Tobin Center. Set to flamenco choreography, “Prophecies” is a modern-day adaptation of Kahlil Gibran’s classic prose poem “The Prophet.” I spoke with Olivia Chacón, choreographer and artistic director of A’lante Flamenco, who shared her vision and enthusiasm

It’s Two Times the Fun with SOLI Tobin Debut and Double CD Release Party 

December 1, 7:30pm Tickets $25 ($10 for students) www.solichamberensemble.com SOLI makes its debut as the Resident Ensemble of the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts with HEAR, a “virtual kaleidoscope of great contemporary chamber music.” With influences as far-reaching as India, Mexico, and the 1960s, HEAR transports audiences to whole new worlds with each work.

Business spotlight: The Tobin Center for the Performing Arts

Everybody’s talking about the new Tobin. With 10 resident companies, including AtticRep, Opera San Antonio, the San Antonio Symphony, and Ballet San Antonio, educational-outreach opportunities, and space to support national acts, the Tobin offers San Antonio unparalleled access to the performing arts. The world-class venue promises to “once again become the pride of the River

Who’s got a discount code for ‘Virginia Woolf’?

November 12- 23, 2014  Performances Wednesday, Thursday, Friday at 8 PM,  Saturday at 2:30 PM and 8 PM, Sunday at 2:30 PM Let’s talk about your weekend plans, kids (OK, starting with Wednesday; close enough). AtticRep, the Tobin’s resident theater company, is offering a 20-percent discount to the LGBT community for this month’s performances of Edward Albee’s

Afternoon delight with David Sedaris

David Sedaris, Nov. 9 at 3 pm, H-E-B Performance Hall Ticket info here. David Sedaris was 36 years old when he first caught Ira Glass’s eye. Sedaris was on a Chicago stage, diary in hand, and Glass was in the audience. That was back in ’92, so imagine a thick layer of secondhand smoke permeating

On the Chartreuse Couch: Margaret King Stanley

Gene: So, Margaret, Welcome to the  Chartreuse Couch. Where the arts come to converse. Everyone loves the arts here in San Antonio and you have been a main instigator of this spiritual awareness all these many years with dance, the symphony, and now opera. And I know you want to speak on that topic and the new Tobin