We have two special screenings of
coming up on December 14th and December 20th! Please join us!
More info here!
Animal Behavior is the story of Tugger and Ripper. Two seemingly normal house cats. But Tugger has a plan. He's in love with his owners girlfriend. And to get her love he can only find one solutions. World domination. And it starts at home. He ropes his kitten brother Ripper into doing away with their owner Jon by hatching traps, and pranks that may cause his demise. Once Jon's gone they can live with his girlfriend and then take over the world from there. But nothing goes as planned and the world just isn't ready for two cats to run it! If you're a fan of Looney Tunes and The Muppets then Elmwood Productions' "Animal Behavior" is right up your alley!
The screening will be right on Center Street during the festival... So it's free! And outside! Feel free to bring your favorite lawn chair (or bean bag!) to sit down and enjoy the show!
"Animal Behavior" is G-Rated fun for the whole family. Before and after the show the puppets will be on hand hanging out for pictures and fun!
When you come to the screening look for "The Litter Box"!!! Why? Cuz the Litter Box is where we will be accepting donations of pet food to bring to local animal shelters!!! And everyone who donates will be entered in a drawing to win a cat puppet from Elmwood Productions!
And there is MORE!
The following day 10/12/13, Harvest The Arts will also be having the Art Walk on Center Street, featuring tons for talented artists at work down the street, and we'll be there too! Making puppets, and sculptures and cartoons! Elmwood artists Gabe Finkenstein, Nick Foreman, Jeremy Jordan, and Jon Bristol will be sharing their work along with our guest Brie McDonald!
More information on Harvest the Arts and the Apple Harvest Festival here:http://
|Opening 10/12/2013 at Paris in Plantsville please join us as we creep up with "Oh The Horror! - Halloween Art Show" Presented by Elmwood Productions and Gallery of a Clown!|
"Oh The Horror!" is an open call to all artists of all mediums to exhibit art reflecting this ghoulish and scary season! Make sure to get your Halloween costume ready early and wear it to the opening! It's the Halloween Bash of 2013!
Drop off for the work is October 6th and 7th With a $10.00 submission fee. Let's see your ghoulish art, horror, sci-fi, fantasy, macabre, and fun!
The opening starts at 6:00 PM on 10/12 and at 8 PM the fun really begins with a double feature of Halloween films!
Up first is everyones favorite vampire!
"STEVE THE VAMPIRE" from Elmwood Productions -
You keep asking for it, so we're bringing him back!
"The Complete Steve The Vampire" follows the adventures of Steve who was turned into a vampire as a teenager and although now in his mid-twenties, he just can't catch a break trying to prove himself in the vampire community. Between his overbearing mother, his indifferent girlfriend, and his unlikely friendship with Dracula, he still manages to keep his head on straight and do his best to avoid being staked by the local vampire slayer.
And all he wants to do is hang out, watch some Star Trek, and enjoy a good glass a blood...
And them following Steve at 9:00 PM....
LET'S DO THE TIME WARP AGAIN! - The Rocky Horror Picture Show!!! Bring your toast, rice, and dress like your most loved character from the show! But, please, leave the squirt guns at home!
The show will run for the rest of October, so f you miss the opening you'll still get to see the art... But really, if you miss the opening we'll send monsters to hide under you bed and torment you all month! So be there!
We can't wait to see the madness in the art! Let's get scary!