Front and Center with artist Eric Zimmerman
Reception and Gallery Talk
Tuesday, October 8, 5pm to 7:00pm
Join us for a reception and “Gallery Talk” with Eric Zimmerman,
artist of sculpture, collages and drawings. Eric uses writing to explore the relationships between objects, facts and myths, truth and consequences, successes and failures, words and meanings, narratives, events, individuals and knowledge.
This is a free event and open to members of Friends.
Front and Center with author and playwright Christopher Durang
Adrift in Macao – The Musical
Wine & Heavy Appetizers with playwright “Meet & Greet”
Saturday, October 12, 5:30pm to 7pm
PSH Foundation Studio Theatre-located inside the Theatre Center
Join us for a wine and heavy appetizer reception prior to the performance of Adrift in Macao in the PSH Studio Theatre with Tony Award winning playwright Christopher Durang. Plan to stay for a bit after the show. Chris Durang and the cast of the show will do a “Talk-Back” with the audience in the theatre following performance. Moderated by Director, Kaitlin Hopkins.
Meet & Greet Tickets $25.00 | Theatre tickets sold separately
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Front and Center with Dr. Joey Martin
All Night Vigil – the Vespers, op. 37 Rachmaninov
Discussion and Performance
Friday, October 25th at 6:30pm
St. Marks Episcopal Church, 3039 Ranch Road 12 – San Marcos
Join us for the for pre-concert discussion with Dr. Martin as he explores the meaning of the Vespers. The Texas State Choral, under the direction of Dr. Martin, performs the sublime All-Night Vigil, (Vespers) op.37 by Servei Rachmaninov. Considered to be his finest work, Vespers combines his musical genius with his scholarly treatment of the chant traditions of the Russian Orthodox Church.
Tickets $10.00 General and $5.00 Student – available at door.
Tony Walton and Bowman Lifetime Achievement Award
Followed by a Wine & Cheese Reception
Saturday, November 2 at 7:00pm
Join us for a special tribute and a presentation of the Mike and Dianne Bowman Lifetime Achievement Award to Tony Walton- Oscar, Tony and Emmy Award winning set and costume designer, followed by a
Q & A with the audience. Tony Walton is often best known for his award winning costume and set designs on the classic films Mary Poppins, All That Jazz, Murder On The Orient Express and The Wiz. He has also received numerous awards and nominations for his design work on over 50 Broadway productions. A special wine and cheese reception will
immediately follow the program in the PSH Foundation Studio Theatre-located inside the Theatre Center.
This event is a free event and open to members of Friends.
Front and Center with your Friends
Pre-Show VIP Reception with Wine & Heavy Appetizers
followed by the performance of
By Frederico Garcia Lorca
Saturday, November 23
Reception at 5:30pm and Performance at 7:30pm
Join us for a wine reception prior to the performance in the PSH
Foundation Studio Theatre-located inside the Theatre Center.
A play about a young couple, Yerma and Juan who have been married for several years and everything to look forward to before finally bringing a new life into the world. Yerma explores the plight of a young wife desperate to conceive, and the bitterness that mounts when desires are thwarted and dreams are slowly crushed by the passing of time. The name Yerma means ‘barren’ in Spanish.
Reception Tickets $25.00 | Theatre tickets sold separately
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Kevin Gilley, Liasion | Friends of Fine Arts & Communication
512.245.9170 or K.Gilley@txstate.edu