Weekend Event Guide

Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend

Here are the top 5 things to do in San Antonio this weekend

Leslie Jackson Tatyana Lubov Cinderella Broadway 2016
The Tony Award-winning Rodgers and Hammerstein production of Cinderella is headed to the Majestic Theatre. Photo by Carol Rosegg
Michael Sumuel
Bass-baritone Michael Sumuel comes to the San Fernando Cathedral stage this weekend.  Photo courtesy of Musical Bridges Around the World
<i>The Eastwood Project: A Blues Continuum</i>
The Carver Museum and Cultural Center hosts the finale of a three-part musical revue series performed by The Renaissance Guild. Photo courtesy of The Renaissance Guild
Leslie Jackson Tatyana Lubov Cinderella Broadway 2016
Michael Sumuel
<i>The Eastwood Project: A Blues Continuum</i>

An awesome art party, a blues music revue, and a free opera top this weekend’s list of the best things to do in Alamo City. For a full list of events, visit our calendar.

Friday, January 12

San Antonio Museum of Art presents Art Party: Blue and Blues
Color and music combine at the San Antonio Museum of Art. Art Party features live musical performances inspired by the color blue, as well as exclusive gallery tours, specialty cocktails by Blue Box, and DIY art projects. Party admission is free with museum ticket.

The Public Theatre of San Antonio presents A Bright New Boise
The issues of faith, forgiveness, and second chances unfold center stage at The Public Theatre of San Antonio. This limited-time production delves into the lives of Hobby Lobby employees to unveil a poignant perspective on modern faith. Some content may not be suitable for all audiences. Performances through January 21.

Broadway in San Antonio presents Rodgers Hammerstein’s Cinderella
The Tony Award-winning Rodgers and Hammerstein production of Cinderella is headed to the Majestic Theatre stage for one magical weekend only. The beloved fairy tale comes to life through song, dance, and marvelous costumes. This contemporary take on a classic tale features favorite tunes like “Impossible/It’s Possible” and “Ten Minutes Ago” for all ages to enjoy.

The Renaissance Guild presents The Eastwood Project: A Blues Continuum
The Carver Museum and Cultural Center hosts the finale of a three-part musical revue series by The Renaissance Guild. Enjoy musical and dance performances inspired by San Antonio's legendary Eastwood Country Club. Performances through January 21.

Sunday, January 14

Musical Bridges Around the World presents A Woman is a Sometime Thing
Bass-baritone Michael Sumuel joins HGO Studio Artist Zoie Reams on the San Fernando Cathedral stage for a free opera in celebration of DreamWeek. The musical duo will be joined by acclaimed pianist Elena Portnaya for one thrilling evening of soulful sounds and melodies. Admission is free.