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She Mames To Please

Many a gay man has an aunt who was a little (or a lot) more fun than their own mother. But can you imagine if we had one as wild and crazy as Auntie Mame?

Just think how much gayer we’d be.

This weekend, CinéWilde presents Auntie Mame at the Texas Theatre in one of their special, limited-capacity drive-in experiences.

Only 35 spots will be sold for the special outdoor screening, so if you want to experience this Rosalind Russell classic on the big screen, grab a ticket now before the show sells out.

Snacks, beverages (adult ones, too) and merchandise can all be purchased via your smartphone, for a full-service experience. (Please support this local business and leave your own food and drinks at home.) You can even mask up and head into the actual Texas Theatre to use the restrooms should the need arise.

Feel free to bring your bosom buddies, but plan to stay socially distanced from everyone else.

CinéWilde presents Auntie Mame
Saturday, 7:30 p.m. (Showtime, 8:30 p.m.)
Tickets: $19.75 per vehicle
The Texas Theatre Sunset Drive-in
Enter on Sunset Avenue behind the theatre
texastheatre.com

Screen capture via imdb.com