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San Antonio Metropolitan Ballet 13th annual Dance Kaleidoscope Host Organization: San Antonio Metropolitan Ballet Date: Saturday, April 16 Time: 2 p.m. Venue: Carver Community Cultural Center 226 North Hackberry, San Antonio, TX The event features excerpts of the classical ballet “Sleeping Beauty” with music by Tchaikovsky and new works by local choreographers Susan TreviƱo, Priscilla Martinez and Karin Connally will be performed by the San Antonio Metropolitan Ballet. This is an official Fiesta event. For more information and tickets: (210) 207-2234 All In The Timing Host Organization: Cameo Theatre Date: Saturday, April 16 Time: 8 p.m. Venue: Cameo Theatre 1123 E. Commerce, San Antonio, TX All In The Timing is a critically acclaimed, award-winning evening of comedies that combine wit, intellect, satire and just plain fun. This clever series of six one-act plays by David Ives delivers an delightful evening of theatre for the absurd and the clever. The play runs through April 17. For more information and tickets: (210) 212-5454 or cameocenter.com The Light in the Piazza Host Organization: San Pedro Playhouse Date: Saturday, April 16 Time: 8 p.m. Venue: San Pedro Playhouse, Russell Hill Rogers Theatre Taken from the 1959 film of the same name, this acclaimed musical won six Tony Awards in 2006. The show is directed by Frank Latson, with music direction by Geoffrey Waite. For more information and tickets: (210) 733-7258 or sanpedroplayhouse.com The Blanco was Blameless (or It was Balcones’ Fault) Host Organization: The Rep Theatre Date: Saturday, April 16 Time: 8 p.m. Venue: Rep Theatre (housed in KAPS) 515 FM 2325, Wimberley The Blanco was Blameless (or it Was Balcones’ Fault), is an original script written by local playwright, Russ Marlett. Written as a melodrama, the rapid fire dialogue and catchy tunes will have you booing the bad guys and cheering on the protagonist, Sugar as she fights to keep her goat ranch from two of the most dishonest and despicable characters ever to visit the Hill Country. For more information and tickets: thereptheatre.com or (512)-395-7043 10th Annual Poetry at Round Top Festival Host Organization: The Round Top Festival Institute Date: Saturday, April 16 Venue: The Round Top Festival Institute 248 Jaster Road, Round Top TX 78954 The event features readings, workshops, panel discussions, craft talks, participant readings, anthology and receptions on a beautiful 200-acre campus. Featured guests include Edward Hirsch, Martin Espada, Barbara Ras, Ellen Watson, Tomaz Salamun, Judith Barrington, Naomi Shihab Nye, John Phillip Santos, Wendy Barker, Debra Monroe and Martha Serpas. For more information and to register: (979) 249-3129 or poetryatroundtop.org For a complete listing of community events, visit the TPR Community Events Calendar at tpr.org

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