Home Doll sale Chicago, ‘Encanto’ in the Park, Classic Theater

Chicago, ‘Encanto’ in the Park, Classic Theater


Chicago returns to San Antonio.

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Concert: Chicago been making music since 1967, a prolific career that propelled the group into the top 10 on Billboard’s “Greatest of All Time” list. His long list of hits spans from the 70s to the MTV era, with highlights such as “Saturday in the Park”, “25 or 6 to 4”, “If You Leave Me Now” and “Hard Habit to Break”. 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Majestic Theater, 224 E. Houston St. $175-$500, majesticempire.com.

Delivered: Dolly Parton has teamed up with best-selling author James Patterson to “Run, Rose, Run” (Little, Brown and Co., $30), a novel about a rising country music star with a bright future, if only she could escape her past. Parton has a new album, also called “Run, Rose, Run”, to accompany the book. Book on sale Tuesday; album available now.

Stage: The Classic Theater’s first show of 2022 is “A Doll’s House: Part 2” Lucas Hnath’s 2017 sequel to Henrik Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House”. Classic staged the original to devastating effect five years ago. In “Part 2”, the central character returns years later to the family she left at the end of the first play and faces the consequences of this decision. Masks are mandatory. Customers are encouraged to bring blankets or chairs to sit on; chairs and masks will be available for purchase. Opens Thursday. 7:30 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays through March 27, San Antonio Botanical Garden, 555 Funston. $24 to $39, classictheatre.org.

Art: The second half of “Inner Realities”, the permanent exhibition of Contemporary Art Month, opens this week at Sala Diaz. The first half is open to the Southwest School of Art. In total for the two parts of the exhibition, curator Lauren Cross selected works by 17 San Antonio-based artists. Reception 6-9 p.m. Thursday, Sala Diaz, 517 Stieren. Free, contemporaryartmonth.org.



Movie: Reunite with the Madrigal Magical Family and talk Bruno if you wish during this free outdoor screening of “Encanto.” A DJ will play Disney tunes before the film starts at dusk. 5 p.m. Friday, Hemisfair, 434 S. Alamo St. Free, slabcinema.com.

Editors Jim Kiest, Deborah Martin and Austin Taylor contributed to this report.