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A Wolverine Walks Into a Bar is a new Texas story-telling show written by Jaston Williams and performed by Linda Ford and Williams.

Among the characters played by Ford and Williams are the old boy Texan who’s never owned a firearm and the gun-toting Mary Kay saleswoman who bonds with him at an NRA convention; an aging Auntie Mame clone with a reputation for sinking venetian gondolas and is desperately in search of a hospital that allows smoking; the wasp army brat who cherishes everything Mexican, especially the cuss words; and Larry and Sheila, elderly friends who recall gay life in 1950s Texas, the joy of dancing to the Cotton-Eyed Joe and the prejudice in some circles against women wearing open-toed shoes.

A Wolverine Walks Into a Bar is a new Texas story-telling show written by Jaston Williams and performed by Linda Ford and Williams.

Among the characters played by Ford and Williams are the old boy Texan who’s never owned a firearm and the gun-toting Mary Kay saleswoman who bonds with him at an NRA convention; an aging Auntie Mame clone with a reputation for sinking venetian gondolas and is desperately in search of a hospital that allows smoking; the wasp army brat who cherishes everything Mexican, especially the cuss words; and Larry and Sheila, elderly friends who recall gay life in 1950s Texas, the joy of dancing to the Cotton-Eyed Joe and the prejudice in some circles against women wearing open-toed shoes.

A Wolverine Walks Into a Bar is a new Texas story-telling show written by Jaston Williams and performed by Linda Ford and Williams.

Among the characters played by Ford and Williams are the old boy Texan who’s never owned a firearm and the gun-toting Mary Kay saleswoman who bonds with him at an NRA convention; an aging Auntie Mame clone with a reputation for sinking venetian gondolas and is desperately in search of a hospital that allows smoking; the wasp army brat who cherishes everything Mexican, especially the cuss words; and Larry and Sheila, elderly friends who recall gay life in 1950s Texas, the joy of dancing to the Cotton-Eyed Joe and the prejudice in some circles against women wearing open-toed shoes.

WHEN

WHERE

The Classic Theatre of San Antonio
1924 Fredericksburg Rd.
San Antonio, TX 78201
http://www.classictheatre.org/

TICKET INFO

$20
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