FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The Alamo, in partnership with the Tobin Endowment are proud to present the world premiere of Remember, a musical honoring those who gave their lives for Texas on Saturday, February 29, 2020 at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, featuring the San Antonio Symphony, 11 actors, and a 75-voice chorus. Written and codirected by W. Blake Winchell, with music by Composer Brett Strader, Remember will be be a powerful performance that speaks to the legends, lore, and true spirit of Texas.
Remember is part of Commemoration, 15-days of special programming that honors the anniversary of the battle. From February 22 through March 7, the public is encouraged to visit the Alamo. With many of these special events free, Commemoration is the best time of the year to visit the Shrine of Texas Liberty. Author and Co-Director W. Blake Winchell, Composer Brett Strader, and the actors are available for interviews. Audio samples of songs from the play are available and include “Something To Fight For”, “Land of Hope”, and “Remember”. These samples are password-protected and should not be distributed publicly, only used for on-air segments. Password is Alamo1836. Please reach out to the Alamo if you would like to schedule an interview.
What: Remember, a musical honoring those who gave their lives for Texas.
Who: General public, tickets starting at $29.50.
When: Shows at 2 p.m., and 7 p.m. Saturday, February 29
Where: The Tobin Center for Performing Arts (for the world premiere of Remember) 100 Auditorium Circle, San Antonio, TX 78205
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