- One subscription to three ARTS San Antonio performances of your choice
- When: January 22–May 12
- Where: Various venues throughout the San Antonio area. Click here to see where each show is playing.
- Door time: one hour prior to showtime
- Full offer value includes ticketing fees
- $57 for value seating (up to $87 value)
- $87 for advantage seating (up to $132 value)
- $138 for superior seating (up to $207 value)
- $222 for premium seating (up to $330 value)
- Click here to view the available seating charts
- All Vows by Maya Beiser, featuring Glenn Kotche (January 22): Crowned “the post-modern diva of the cello” by The Boston Globe, Beiser redefines what her instrument can do. Wilco drummer Glenn Kotche contributes equally unconventional percussion to the evening.
- Paul Taylor Dance Company (February 10): choreographer Paul Taylor has revolutionized modern American dance since 1954, using the art form to visually comment on heady themes such as war, sexuality, and mortality
- Peking Acrobats (February 27): The Chinese-based masters of marvel have infused modern culture with their ancient art form, sweeping across TVs and swinging through venues worldwide. Performers balance atop wires, ride elevated cycles, and contort their bodies into contort their bodies into unimaginable shapes
- 2CELLOS (March 1): When rival cellists Luka Sulic and Stjepan Hauser joined forces for a unique take on Michael Jackson’s “Smooth Criminal” in 2011, they had no idea how drastically it would change their lives. The video went viral, Sir Elton John invited them to join him on tour, and now their dynamic reimaginings of pop, rock, and classical songs have been seen on Glee and The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
- Mnozil Brass (March 5): Austria’s Mnozil Brass ensemble celebrates its 20th anniversary with YES YES YES. Their highly theatrical performances are as rich in Python-esque wit as they are in musical prowess, combining classical, jazz, and pop gems with surreal antics better seen than explained.
- Aspen Santa Fe Ballet (April 10): “The excellent dancers eyeball one another and move like it matters,” wrote the Los Angeles Times of Aspen Santa Fe Ballet, the brainchild of founders and Joffrey alumni Tom Mossbrucker and Jean-Philippe Malaty. It’s a quote that perfectly defines the troupe’s fluid blend of classicism and athleticism.
- Scottish Ballet presents A Streetcar Named Desire (May 12): film director Nancy Meckler and international choreographer Annabelle Lopez Ochoa stage a sultry take on Tennessee Williams’ Pulitzer Prize-winning play, which sees the brutish Stanley setting out to destroy his troubled and deceptive sister-in-law, Blanche
ARTS San Antonio
ARTS San Antonio brings cultural magic from around the country to South Texas. Chicago’s Joffrey Ballet, Cuba’s Arturo Sandoval, and New York’s Spanish Harlem Orchestra have all been presented by ARTS SA to enrich the community.