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On May Thirteenth around three o’clock the play Helvetica by one of our dear friends Will Coleman was dead on arrival. It was yet another theatrical casualty of this global pandemic that has shuttered the doors of theaters everywhere from the Elm Street Cultural Arts Village in Woodstock, Georgia all the way to Broadway. So one message later and Dana and I were sitting on our bed with our cats doing our first theatre review from our homes!
Starting March 13th, Elm Street Cultural Arts Village presents the Georgia Premiere of Helvetica, a new work written by Will Coleman, in which children’s book author Helvetica is introduced three
Get ready for Oompa-Loompas, incredible inventions, the great glass elevator, and more— as Elm Street Cultural Arts Village presents Willy Wonka Jr. on November 15th! Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka Jr.
The WDSTK Scarecrow Invasion has taken over Downtown Woodstock, lining Main Street with a record number of scarecrow displays – more than 180 total! The annual event is hosted by
Elm Street Cultural Arts Village is presenting “Little Shop of Horrors.” “Little Shop of Horrors” is about Seymour, a hapless florist shop worker, striving to make his life better and
Woodstock ranks as one of Georgia’s best outdoor destinations with Lake Allatoona, the Greenprints trail system, and paddling and fly fishing on Little River. Woodstock’s mountain bike trail, Dwelling Loop
The play “Puffs” explores the well known story of Harry Potter but from a different perspective, that of the often over looked characters the Hufflepuffs. It is an off-Broadway comedy
The Elm Street Cultural Arts Village introduced the Lantern Series last year, bringing artists from around the world to perform. “While we want to entertain, we also want to challenge