Miss T*int

photo by JoJoDancerPhotos (Anthony Garcia)

Known as San Antonio’s “Undead Urban Legend”, Miss T*int (edited for use on the City of San Antonio’s website) is an experimental drag monster that has been haunting South Texas for 9 years. Miss T*int has made it their mission to open doors and create safe spaces for many queer alternative drag artists to perform since their start. Three years into their drag career they were recognized as a breakthrough artist in 2017 where they graced the cover of the San Antonio Current June Pride Edition, spreading the message of drag representation and importance of diversity. Miss T*int digs into the horrors of their mind and creates living nightmares for audiences across the country to shriek in terror and question reality with their vivid storytelling and shocking acts. She has been awarded “most vulgar” and “most horrifying” by the living in drag pageants, and has performed in major drag festivals such as Bushwig NYC (2018 & 2019), Austin International Drag Fest (2019), VaVA Doom’s Texas Metalesque Festival (2019), and SXSW Bushwig Austin (2022). Since the Pandemic, they have shown focus on creating digital drag videos of their performances, filming and editing them on their own to share with online audiences across the world (available to watch on their Youtube channel). They have been recognized and voted 2nd best drag performer in the city in 2021 by the “SA Current” city magazine, being the first alternative/horror drag artist to be nominated and place as a finalist in this cate ... view more »

Artist Statement of Work

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My performance style derives from storytelling . Being brought up in a low income Hispanic household , I faced struggles that included poverty and domestic violence (verbal, mental, and physical). This was very traumatic and detrimental to the person I grew up to be , especially after contracting HIV while in college at 19 years old through sex addiction . I then submerged into the world of drugs and substance abuse , and my only saving grace was my art . After years of counseling and rehabilitation , I found a release in performance . I was able to take all of my pain and struggles and turn them into something beautiful . I started drag at the age of 19 and I am now going to be 28 next week on April 21st . I am sober , clean of substance , and living a healthy and productive life with art still by my side . I take a particular interest in Horror , because horror is queer . It's different . It is outcasted by the normal means of interest . I am able to take my inner demons I once faced , and bring them to life through makeup and performance . Through my storytelling and vulnerability, I am able to help others going through similar struggles . My interest in horror goes beyond my performance . I started collecting horror films at the age of 8 and by the time I was 15 I had an entire archive of horror films . This carried on into my adult life, where I am now an amateur horror film critic . I review films and interview horror directors which can be found on my Youtube channel.

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  • Digital Drag Video taken in the Terlingua GhostTown Cemetery

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