If you live around San Angelo, you know that the San Angelo Performing Arts Campus hosts an incredible number of performances throughout the year, with a wide range of different genres and themes. There’s a variety of festive diversions at the San Angelo PAC this winter to captivate you and your family.
Classic Christmas Performances
Mid-December will feature performances of the ballet The Nutcracker, which will return this year to its original home at City Auditorium in the Murphey Performance Hall. This holiday classic is a staple of the Christmas season worldwide.
Another Christmas show taking place in December is Fiesta Navidad, performed by the GRAMMY award-winning Mariachi Divas, a multicultural ensemble with roots in mariachi that draws from diverse backgrounds to create a unique show steeped in tradition.
Country Music Concerts
If you’re not looking for something Christmassy to do, check out one of the concerts hosted by the San Angelo PAC. Clint Black is coming on December 9, also to the Murphey Performance Hall. The legendary country singer will be preceded by piano group The 5 Browns, who performs piano pieces ranging from duets to five-piano pieces.
The San Angelo Performing Arts Campus is one of many venues that make San Angelo such a culturally significant and artistic area, and the staff at Randall Mitsubishi is proud to be part of this community. Enjoy the holiday season with a trip to the PAC!
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For any thrill seeker, finding a scary place or spooky experience is a quintessential way to celebrate the orange-themed holiday rapidly approaching. Fortunately, San Angelo, Texas is chock full of eerie events and creepy places to experience. Here are a few local favorites suggested by us here at Randall Mitsubishi to visit for Halloween!
Hallo-Scream Haunted House
Finding a unique haunted house isn’t easy–unless it’s in a building that’s actually haunted. The Hallo-Scream Haunted House was constructed in 1886. Now, more than 100 years later, the dark hallways and gaunt rooms make for a spooky experience. Will you make it through intact or will the ghosts that purportedly haunt the building take your wits for a wild ride?
Last year, several hundred people attended the haunted house during the two nights it was open. This year, the haunted house will be open during two weekends to accommodate more attendees. Admission is $10; pre-pay or pay at the door. All proceeds go towards maintaining and restoring the historic building.
Get in the Halloween spirit by attending a hilarious roast of more than 30 Broadway hits. Forbidden Broadway highlights scenes from popular musicals with haunted heroines, including Annie and Wicked. The show takes place on October 16th at 7:30 p.m. Click here for more information.
The San Angelo PAC is the central hub of performing arts in the San Angelo area. The campus includes an adapted Coca-Cola bottling plant building that is home to the Brooks & Bates Theater and a Black Box Performance Space. Today, it stands as the central hub for the performing arts in the San Angelo area.
Get away from the chilly fall weather by taking in a performance of some of the most renowned plays around. Here are some of the fantastic shows that will be arriving at the San Angelo PAC in the coming months!
Journey to Oz
Written by L. Frank Baum, Journey to Oz is a remarked adaptation where Dorothy of The Wizard of Oz ventures to the land of the yellow brick road. Professional actors put on the show with a little help from the audience! Audience members will participate in call and response, songs, and sound effects that bring the play to life for all to enjoy. Catch a performance on September 18th and 19th.
Comedy knows fewer bounds than Forbidden Broadway. The satirical roast pokes fun of some of Broadway’s most famous works, including Hamilton. Laugh the night away on October 16th and 17th by catching a live show.
Vienna Boys Choir
The Vienna Boys Choir is a staple of the musical world. The world-renowned ensemble is one of the finest in the world and it’s coming to San Angelo PAC on November 1st. Grab your tickets and sit down for a musical experience you won’t soon forget.
We here at Randall Mitsubishi hope to see you at the San Angelo PAC this fall!
This September, the 2017 Cinch Roping Fiesta will make its way to San Angelo. It offers multiple roping events to suit a variety of skill levels. The first, a Preliminary Calf Roping, is open to 120 ropers and consists of two rounds. The top 12 ropers will make their way to the short-go round.
Invitational Calf Roping kicks off on Saturday of the event, rain or shine. Some of the world’s top ranked ropers will face off against the region’s finest ropers.
Match Roping takes place at the Invitational Calf Roping and features two contestants binding six calves. The winner takes home a $20,000 prize.
Invitational Steering Roping engages the nation’s top competitors in a head-to-head battle. Double Mugging, held with the Steer Roping on Sunday, involves two mounted ropers trying to best a yearling.
The San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo Association is the proud sponsor of the 2017 Cinch Roping Fiesta. Founded in 1932, this non-profit organization has helped foster the western way of life and the agricultural education of young Texans. The association works hard to bring the best events to the West Texas area.
We here at Randall Mitsubishi hope to see you at the 2017 Cinch Roping Fiesta!