The Paramount Gets Creative with Walking Murder Mystery Tour

by Britni Rachal on April 22, 2021

There’s been a murder in Scranton! Calling all fans of The Office! Pivoting to a world of social distancing, The Paramount in Austin has a new interactive walking theatre series. The Office! A Murder Mystery...

Play at Hopscotch and Leave the World Behind

by Dawn Robinette on January 21, 2021

Who couldn’t use some escapism? Sure, we kicked 2020 to the curb, yet life as we knew it pre-“The-Year-We-Shall-Not-Name” is still outside of our grasp. But there are still adventures to be had, especially if...

Five Minutes With Kate Thomas, San Antonio HS Sophomore, Rising International Ballet Dancer

by Bob Valleau on January 4, 2021

Recently accepted as a student by the Royal Ballet, London, 16-year-old Kate Thomas has now been selected to compete in the finals of the prestigious Prix de Lausanne, Switzerland—another career-making moment for this young Texan....

Now Playing Irving-Las Colinas: “Erma Bombeck” — Love, Laughter and a Life with a Lasting Legacy

by N.L.Thi-Hamrick on November 13, 2020

“If you can't make it better, you had better laugh at it. And if you can laugh at it, you can live with it,” beloved humorist Erma Bombeck once said. MainStage Irving-Las Colinas has taken...

Five Minutes With Texan Actor Cody Linley

by Bob Valleau on November 12, 2020

Cody Linley is perhaps best known for his role as Jake Ryan (Miley Cyrus' boyfriend) on the Disney Channel's hit TV series "Hannah Montana." However, now 30, in addition to “Hannah Montana,” Linley has many...

Virtual Broadway: Patti LuPone Takes the Stage

by Britni Rachal on November 3, 2020

The lights may be off on Broadway this year, but that hasn’t stopped Patti LuPone from taking to the stage in a new virtual format. LuPone’s concert is part of a new concert series, Live...

Revealed: The Secret Sauce of Hollywood’s Original Blockbusters

by Julie Tereshchuk on October 26, 2020

Just how did the great Hollywood studios make doorbusting blockbuster movies back before CGI, drones and other modern day techno wizardry? All is revealed in a first-time collaboration between San Antonio’s McNay Art Museum and...

Saving Performing Arts in Texas, One Artist at a Time

by Julie Tereshchuk on September 10, 2020

What does it take to bring two dramatically different arts organizations together? Simple. A pandemic that has roiled theater and the arts across the globe. Rolling up their sleeves to give vital support to artists...