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Texas Monthly Live is a unique experience of a live issue of the magazine reimagined for a theatre audience.

Performance highlights include:

  • Texas Monthly LIVE host is Senior Editor David Courtney.
  • Carrie Rodriguez - “Frio En Alma"
  • The Lion Tamer: Cat Cardenas shares the story of her how her grandfather immigrated to the U.S. from Mexico, and how his stories have shaped a giant Mexican family that revolves around a little green house in San Antonio.
  • Confessions of a Skinny Bitch: Executive editor Patricia Sharpe fondly reflects on her upbringing as a picky eater and how it led her on her journey to becoming Texas Monthly’s food editor.
  • Patient Observation: Executive Editor Skip Hollandsworth recounts his younger years in Wichita Falls, Texas when he stepped inside the gates of the local state hospital and realized that every town has another side.
  • Star Hunter: The Rio Grande Valley is steeped in lore. Senior Editor Carlos Sanchez tells the tale of one Brownsville resident that began 1.3 billion years ago.
  • Snow’s Queen: BBQ Editor Daniel Vaughn tells the story of Tootsie Tomanetz and her rise to becoming one of the most well-known and beloved BBQ Pitmasters in the country while remaining true to her roots.
  • Carrie Rodriguez - “Z”
  • Life, In Dog Years: Following the death of her father and the inheritance of his beloved corgi, Executive Editor Mimi Swartz explores the way her family expresses love through their pets.
  • The Biggest Wild Plant Catalog in the World: Executive Editor Katy Vine tells the story of one man in Austin who has been cataloguing all of the plants in Texas since 1971.
  • G-L-O-R-I-A: Executive Editor Michael Hall tells the story of the Gloriathon, when, in the summer of 1999, he and dozens of Austin’s finest musicians, performed Van Morrison’s song “Gloria” for 24 hours as a way to say goodbye to a beloved club — and a beloved era.

Texas Monthly Live is a unique experience of a live issue of the magazine reimagined for a theatre audience.

Performance highlights include:

  • Texas Monthly LIVE host is Senior Editor David Courtney.
  • Carrie Rodriguez - “Frio En Alma"
  • The Lion Tamer: Cat Cardenas shares the story of her how her grandfather immigrated to the U.S. from Mexico, and how his stories have shaped a giant Mexican family that revolves around a little green house in San Antonio.
  • Confessions of a Skinny Bitch: Executive editor Patricia Sharpe fondly reflects on her upbringing as a picky eater and how it led her on her journey to becoming Texas Monthly’s food editor.
  • Patient Observation: Executive Editor Skip Hollandsworth recounts his younger years in Wichita Falls, Texas when he stepped inside the gates of the local state hospital and realized that every town has another side.
  • Star Hunter: The Rio Grande Valley is steeped in lore. Senior Editor Carlos Sanchez tells the tale of one Brownsville resident that began 1.3 billion years ago.
  • Snow’s Queen: BBQ Editor Daniel Vaughn tells the story of Tootsie Tomanetz and her rise to becoming one of the most well-known and beloved BBQ Pitmasters in the country while remaining true to her roots.
  • Carrie Rodriguez - “Z”
  • Life, In Dog Years: Following the death of her father and the inheritance of his beloved corgi, Executive Editor Mimi Swartz explores the way her family expresses love through their pets.
  • The Biggest Wild Plant Catalog in the World: Executive Editor Katy Vine tells the story of one man in Austin who has been cataloguing all of the plants in Texas since 1971.
  • G-L-O-R-I-A: Executive Editor Michael Hall tells the story of the Gloriathon, when, in the summer of 1999, he and dozens of Austin’s finest musicians, performed Van Morrison’s song “Gloria” for 24 hours as a way to say goodbye to a beloved club — and a beloved era.

Texas Monthly Live is a unique experience of a live issue of the magazine reimagined for a theatre audience.

Performance highlights include:

  • Texas Monthly LIVE host is Senior Editor David Courtney.
  • Carrie Rodriguez - “Frio En Alma"
  • The Lion Tamer: Cat Cardenas shares the story of her how her grandfather immigrated to the U.S. from Mexico, and how his stories have shaped a giant Mexican family that revolves around a little green house in San Antonio.
  • Confessions of a Skinny Bitch: Executive editor Patricia Sharpe fondly reflects on her upbringing as a picky eater and how it led her on her journey to becoming Texas Monthly’s food editor.
  • Patient Observation: Executive Editor Skip Hollandsworth recounts his younger years in Wichita Falls, Texas when he stepped inside the gates of the local state hospital and realized that every town has another side.
  • Star Hunter: The Rio Grande Valley is steeped in lore. Senior Editor Carlos Sanchez tells the tale of one Brownsville resident that began 1.3 billion years ago.
  • Snow’s Queen: BBQ Editor Daniel Vaughn tells the story of Tootsie Tomanetz and her rise to becoming one of the most well-known and beloved BBQ Pitmasters in the country while remaining true to her roots.
  • Carrie Rodriguez - “Z”
  • Life, In Dog Years: Following the death of her father and the inheritance of his beloved corgi, Executive Editor Mimi Swartz explores the way her family expresses love through their pets.
  • The Biggest Wild Plant Catalog in the World: Executive Editor Katy Vine tells the story of one man in Austin who has been cataloguing all of the plants in Texas since 1971.
  • G-L-O-R-I-A: Executive Editor Michael Hall tells the story of the Gloriathon, when, in the summer of 1999, he and dozens of Austin’s finest musicians, performed Van Morrison’s song “Gloria” for 24 hours as a way to say goodbye to a beloved club — and a beloved era.

WHEN

WHERE

The Witte Museum
3801 Broadway St.
San Antonio, TX 78209
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/texas-monthly-live-san-antonio-tickets-69366714711

TICKET INFO

$20-$30
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