“All About That Bass” pop star Meghan Trainor brought her rested vocal cords to the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts on Thursday for a sold-out concert with two opening acts, the British pop band Life of Dillon and rising star singer-songwriter Charlie Puth. Her fans are called “Megatronz” and many of them are kids. Avery Anson, 11, a veteran of Taylor Swift and One Direction concerts, said Trainor is a special role model. “She makes you feel good about yourself,” Avery said. “That’s important.” Her friend Payton Louis, 11, says it’s all about that music.
Tickets and subscriptions go on sale Monday (June 15) for the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts’ new Edge series, which is aimed at adults. “It’s provocative, fun, engaging theater for the contemporary audience,” said Aaron Zimmerman, senior director of programming and marketing for the Tobin Center, in a press release. The series includes touring productions and an AtticRep show. Here’s the lineup: “One Man Breaking Bad,” Sept. 12:Actor Miles Allen brings the whole series to life, channeling everyone’s favorite meth manufacturers as well as the other characters.
You have seen Robert Irvine on Food Network’s “Restaurant Impossible,” and you know him for his tough and brutally honest approach to owners of failing restaurants (and his massive biceps). Catch Irvine in person when he comes to San Antonio on Thursday for a performance at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. Here, Irvine speaks about his upcoming live performance, his show “Restaurant Impossible,” and his own San Antonio chef connection. What should people expect at “Robert Irvine Live”?
2015-2016 marks the 10th season of acclaimed theatre company AtticRep, and its second in residence at the Tobin Center of Performing Arts. The 10th Anniversary Season presents four dynamic productions which achieve a compelling and diverse exploration of childhood, forgiveness, the loss of innocence, and growing up female. In addition to infusing the season's three adapted plays, these themes culminate in one completely-original work, furthering the much-heralded company's mission to challenge the creative imagination of the San Antonio community.