Get a behind-the-scenes tour of all the exciting events happening at Elm Street Cultural Arts Village and Downtown Woodstock
By: Rudy Garza One thing that I always remember, even to this day, is how close Mexican families–and other Hispanics–are to each other. When she was a little girl, my
By: Oscar Velez I moved to Woodstock in 1993 when I was ten years old. Having grown up in Cherokee County, there was always a well-established Hispanic population present, but
By Lauren Cibene This 90-minute show by Chelsea Marcantel takes audience members into the very real world of competitive air guitar. We follow Nina, who decides to compete so she
Up next on the Woodstock Arts stage is The Legend of Georgia McBride! This show follows Casey, a young, broke, Elvis impersonator with his landlord knocking at the door, who has just found out his wife is going to have a baby. Making things worse, Casey is fired from his Elvis gig at a run-down, sink-hole Florida bar and is replaced by a B-level drag show, but when one of the queens can’t go on, Casey steps into the spotlight.
It’s November 21, 1963, the eve of deployment for a group of young Marines. Dogfight, on stage at Woodstock Arts October 29th – November 14th.
Christopher Brazelton is the executive director of Woodstock Arts (formerly Elm Street Cultural Arts Village) and he joins the podcast to discuss the wonderful arts scene here in Woodstock.
Brian Gamel, Managing Director of Woodstock Arts. Brian grew up in the Woodstock area and has loved this town ever since.
Immersive Exhibit ‘[Re]Constructing Home’ Explores How Our Perception Of Home Has Changed Over The Last Year
Now, a new immersive exhibition exploring themes of the home is on view at the Reeves House, the new visual arts center for the Woodstock and Metro Atlanta communities.