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Alamo Goes Steady With a New Slew of Programmers

Drafthouse adds four faces to creative team

By Kimberley Jones, 10:23AM, Tue. Jan. 15, 2013

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Sarah Pitre has long hosted the Girlie Night evenings at the Alamo. After two years as Programming & Promotions Manager at the Highball, she made the move to full-time programming at the Alamo, where she also hosts the Afternoon Tea series. Pitre cofounded YA book club/website Forever Young Adult, which the 'Chronicle' profiled in December 2010.
Sarah Pitre has long hosted the Girlie Night evenings at the Alamo. After two years as Programming & Promotions Manager at the Highball, she made the move to full-time programming at the Alamo, where she also hosts the Afternoon Tea series. Pitre cofounded YA book club/website Forever Young Adult, which the 'Chronicle' profiled in December 2010. Sarah Pitre has long hosted the Girlie Night evenings at the Alamo. After two years as Programming & Promotions Manager at the Highball, she made the move to full-time programming at the Alamo, where she also hosts the Afternoon Tea series. Pitre cofounded YA book club/website Forever Young Adult, which the 'Chronicle' profiled in December 2010. Sarah Pitre has long hosted the Girlie Night evenings at the Alamo. After two years as Programming & Promotions Manager at the Highball, she made the move to full-time programming at the Alamo, where she also hosts the Afternoon Tea series. Pitre cofounded YA book club/website Forever Young Adult, which the 'Chronicle' profiled in December 2010.
Sarah Pitre has long hosted the Girlie Night evenings at the Alamo. After two years as Programming & Promotions Manager at the Highball, she made the move to full-time programming at the Alamo, where she also hosts the Afternoon Tea series. Pitre cofounded YA book club/website Forever Young Adult, which the 'Chronicle' profiled in December 2010.
photo by Annie Ray

The Alamo Drafthouse has added four faces to the creative team – but if you’re a regular at the Alamo, chances are at least a couple of those faces are familiar.

Click through the photo gallery to meet the new programmers.

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