Jekyll & Hyde – A Frank Wildhorn and Leslie Bricusse Musical
Based off of Robert Louis Stevenson’s novella, this wicked retelling of the classic tale revolves around the double life of one Dr. Jekyll and the evil Mr. Hyde, and the other double life of two women – one, beautiful and trusting; the other, beautiful and filled with doubt. Featuring the hit “This Is The Moment” from Grammy winning artists Frank Wildhorn and Leslie Bricusse, this thrilling musical is sure to please both newcomers and fans of the original worldwide. For more info and to buy tickets visit the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts (100 Auditorium Cir) tobincenter.org.
With over 12 million albums sold, three Grammy Awards, and a member of the Grand Ole Opry, country icon Brad Paisley is stopping by the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo at the AT&T Center (723 AT&T Center Parkway). Paisley has been one of country’s most cherished singers for the past 15 years, with hits like “We Danced” interspersed with new material from his number one Country album “Moonshine In the Trunk.” To purchase tickets and for info on other artists visit sarodeo.com.
Ever been interested in getting into art, yet didn’t want to sit through another boring lecture? Try one of the new monthly lectures on the history of art at the San Antonio Museum of Art (200 W. Jones St), hosted by UTSA’s own Dr. Annie LaBatt, a professor of art history & criticism. To find more about this exciting new series visit samuseum.org.
Head over to the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center for the 37th Annual CineFestival. Enjoy films that have been chosen as the best in the Contemporary U.S and International Latino categroies. For tickets and more info, visit cine.guadalupeculturalarts.org
So Valentine’s Day is over, big deal! Fall in love with Julia Roberts and Richard Gere all over again in the classic chick-flick “Pretty Woman,” for Girlie Night at the Stone Oak Alamo Drafthouse this Sunday (22806 US Hwy 281 North). Celebrate the film’s 25th anniversary while drinking cocktails and singing along to Prince’s “Kiss,” all while quoting the film along with dozens of other fans. For more info and to buy tickets, go to drafthouse.com/san_antonio.