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Unnecessary Farce

Host Organization: Barshop Jewish Community Center of San Antonio
Date: Sunday, February 13
Time: 2:30 p.m.
Venue: Sheldon Vexler Theatre
12500 NW Military Highway, San Antonio, TX 78213

The program is a comedy by Paul Slade Smith.

Admission Price: $12-$18
For more information: (210) 302-6835 or vexler.org


Host Organization: San Pedro Playhouse
Date: Saturday, February 12
Time: 8 p.m.
Venue: San Pedro Playhouse
800 West Ashby Place, San Antonio, TX 78212

The madcap Mame is entrusted with raising her nephew, Patrick, after the demise in Africa of his missionary parents. Mame is set to one of Jerry Herman’s greatest scores. There will be weekend performances through February 20.

Admission Price: $23 with a $3 discount for seniors 60 plus and active military. Students up to age 22 with ID - $13. Additional $2 service fee applies to each ticket.
For more information and tickets: (210) 733-7258 or sanpedroplayhouse.com

You Say Tomatoes

Host Organization: The Cameo Theatre
Date: Sunday, February 13
Time: 8 p.m.
Venue: The Cameo Theatre
1123 E Commerce Street, San Antonio, TX 78205

The Cameo presents the romantic comedy, You Say Tomatoes, by the acclaimed screen and playwright, Bernard Slade. The play runs through February 13. You Say Tomatoes is directed by Vivienne Elborne and stars a fantastic all-star local cast that includes Catherine Babbitt, Honorable Philip Kazen, Catherine Hayes and Greg Hinojosa.

Admission Price: $29.50 Adults, $25 Seniors, $15 Military/Student 12 and up, $8 Children under 12
For more information and tickets: cameocenter.com or (210) 212-5454

Concert: Renaissance Treasures

Host Organization: The McNay Art Museum
Date: Sunday, February 13
Time: 3 p.m.
Venue: McNay Art Museum, Main Collection Entrance Hall
6000 North New Braunfels, San Antonio, TX 78209

Copperleaf Quintet presents an a capella concert designed to complement the art in the museum’s Oppenheimer collection, featuring music by Dutch, Flemish, French, and German composers. The ensemble includes Ruth Moreland, soprano and artistic director; Amy Phipps, soprano; Lauren Grindle, alto; Andrew DeVoogd, tenor; and Steve Wegner, baritone.

For more information: (210) 805-1732 or mcnayart.org

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