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Season's Teasin's

Get your turkey basted and head home for the holidays with Stars and Garters Burlesque for some Season’s Teasin’s. Audiences last glimpsed San Antonio’s longest-running burlesque troupe inside the boob tube at September’s successful Tease-O-Vision. Now, Trisha the Turkey and Buddy (the only openly gay elf at the North Pole) return to host a holiday-themed celebration that includes routines spanning from Thanksgiving to New Years Day. Oh, and Santa’s little helpers got a hold of the exceedingly naughty list: a few of you wicked audience members will have to participate.

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  • Josephine Theatre

    339 W Josephine St, San Antonio San Antonio

    (210) 734-4646

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