Feb 03 Friday
Brandon Northrup is determined to help Joel Fields, who is terminally ill, see a side show from a long lost carnival. His only clue is that the show was called the "Egg-riss." Brandon finds the old carnival owner to explain what the mystery show was. The hunt for the "Egg-riss" and helping a dying stranger is too much for Brandon to ignore until both his job and his personal life try to force him back into his lane. Family Rating: PG-13-- Adult Language and Themes
The Dunleavy family is celebrating the 4th of July and Maggie's birthday in their own dysfunctional way. A poignant comedy by San Antonio playwright Sheila Rinear. This is the world premiere.
Feb 04 Saturday
Enjoy a fun evening out to support the League of Women Voters-Comal Area and local community theatre! Tickets are now available for the Saturday, Feb. 4, 7:30 p.m. Benefit Performance of Four Old Broads at Circle Arts Theatre in New Braunfels.
Four Old Broads is a comedy about a colorful group of assisted living residents who are desperately trying to plan a Sassy Seniors Cruise vacation, but keep getting sidetracked by sinister nurses, retired Elvis impersonators, and the weekly BINGO game. "If The Golden Girls was rebooted today, it would look much like Four Old Broads, a clever geriatric comedy, “ according to Carolina Curtain Call.
Ticket purchases support the LWV Comal Area’s mission to empower voters and defend democracy in Comal and Guadalupe Counties, and Circle Arts Theatre. The mission of Circle Arts is to entertain, educate, and inspire our community through exceptional theatre arts. The theatre also offers K.I.D.s Klasses in Drama to encourage self-discovery and build self-confidence, while teaching the discipline of theatre to 2nd through 9th graders, and an Inner Circle Company for talented high school students who work together to bring the experience of live theatre to elementary and middle schools.
Feb 05 Sunday
Feb 09 Thursday
"We Sail On In Darkness" tells the stories of four female Catholic mystics and four Desert Mothers. Weaving visions and reality, this is a piece of physical theater that blends music, movement, puppetry, and narrative to take the audience on a journey highlighting the strong, courageous voices of women whose inspiring stories have been obscured by the past.
The show is approximately 90 minutes, with no intermission. All tickets are general admission. St. Mark's is fully accessible. The performance will take place on the third floor, and ushers will guide you to an elevator or up the stairs. If you need special seating arrangements, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We Sail On In Darkness is proud to offer an American Sign Language (ASL) interpreted performance on February 11th. Robert Cardoza, the San Antonio theatre community’s primary sign language interpreter, will be available during this performance for patrons that require ASL as their primary form of communication.
There will be a talkback after the performance on Saturday, February 18th.
Feb 10 Friday