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SPC Fine Arts Season,…

The St. Philip's College Fine Arts department series of performances for the winter 2017 holiday season that begins today is in the news featuring the SPC Theatre production All My Sons features college drama program alumnus Louis Valdez
Louis Valdez, Alumnus (Archival Photo)

SPC Fine Arts Season, Alumnus in the News

The St. Philip's College Fine Arts department series of performances for the winter 2017 holiday season that begins today is in the news

The programs, several free of charge and all with complimentary parking, are in the Watson Fine Arts Center at 1801 Martin Luther King Drive in the City's Denver Heights neighborhood. The report featuring the St. Philip's College Theatre production All My Sons features college drama program alumnus Louis Valdez.

In 2014, Valdez was the college's first participant in the annual Know Your Heritage Hispanic College Quiz game show series that promotes positive images of college students on television, organized nationwide by the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities.

See images of Valdez in the San Antonio Express-News reports 25 fun things to see and do this weekend in San Antonio (image 7) compiled by Jim Kiest at http://www.mysanantonio.com/entertainment/article/25-fun-things-to-see-and-do-this-weekend-in-San-12345634.php and ‘A Doll’s House’ and ‘All My Sons’ grapple with contemporary issues by reporter Deborah Martin at http://www.expressnews.com/entertainment/music-stage/article/A-Doll-s-House-and-All-My-Sons-12327692.php.

All are welcome to visit the report SPC Winter 2017 Holiday Season Performance Schedule Announced http://alamo.edu/spc/fineartsschedule17/ for additional information on the season.

CAPTION: The St. Philip's College Theatre production All My Sons and St. Philip's College drama program alumnus Louis Valdez have been in the news with a production that opens at SPC tonight. (Archival SPC images)
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