Magik News

SledgeFest: Magik Theatre Renovations Kickoff The 2017-2018 season has come to an end, and The Magik Theatre has a lot planned for the next 6 weeks. Thanks to generous funding from Impact San Antonio, The Nancy Smith Hurd Foundation, and others, Magik is able to begin renovations to key areas of the building to make...
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You should see “The Ants Go Marching” again and again. Why Theatre for the Very Young is so important.   The Magik Theatre has produced Theatre for the Very Young (TVY for short) since 2014. These show are specifically designed for children ages 0-5 and their families. It can be especially difficult to leave the house with...
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Magik Camps and Classes – Why Theatre education is important for kids “Theatre is collaborative art form. Theatre education helps to build skills such as working as an ensemble and emotional intelligence in our students. I’ve seen shy students blossom with a newfound confidence and the ability to perform in front of an audience.” Nora...
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From Artistic Director (and Director of A Wrinkle in Time), Frances Limoncelli In two weeks we start rehearsals for A Wrinkle in Time at Magik which opens May 18th. I am so excited to be bringing this moving story to life on the Magik stage. The book shaped me and many people of my generation in our youth, and I...
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About Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Musical In Knuffle Bunny, a trip to the Laundromat takes a turn when “somebunny” is left behind in this musical that is full of adventure and gigantic dancing laundry. How do you say “Knuffle Bunny”? We like to say it how Mo Willems says it. Based on the beloved Caldecott...
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    The Birdies for Charity fundraiser starts now! This link http://bit.ly/MagikBirdiesDonate will take you directly to Magik’s fundraising page within the Birdies for Charity website. For more information visit: http://bit.ly/MagikBirdies. The pledge deadline is noon on April 26.     The Magik Theatre is lucky to be one of the beneficiaries for the Birdies for Charity fundraiser...
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Tomás and the Library Lady Adapted from the book by Pat Mora, this production explores the true life story of Chicano author and educator Tomás Rivera. Tomás was the son of migrant workers who loved learning, but had to leave school to follow the crops with his parents. When he met a library lady, a...
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The Magik Theatre Launches Free Reader’s Theatre Series with Dream Week Event this Saturday Local Celebrities to join the mission-driven program include Fiesta Royalty and Diana Lopez, author of the book “Coco”.   The Magik Theatre is hosting a free Dreamweek event on Saturday, January 13, 2018 at 1 p.m. titled “Big Dreams, Big Stories:...
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Welcome to the new year – and our new blog! The staff at The Magik Theatre is excited about the new year and finding new and better ways to communicate with and welcome you, our amazing patrons. Without your support we would never be able to do what we do. You help bring books to life on...
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