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2020: A Year in Review
While it is easy to look forward, this year was by no means a ‘loss’ for Elm Street. In fact, take a look at some of the biggest accomplishments of 2020!
Woodstock’s Tradition in Switzerland
No passport neeed! Last week I got a phone call that is an exciting Elm Street first for us and for our entire community – international reporter Carrie Nooten read
Elm Street presents A CHRISTMAS CAROL ON THE GREEN
This holiday season in the performing arts industry has become a game of distanced theatre bingo, showing us how many different ways Scrooge can appear in Atlanta, with squares for
Reader-Nominated Businesses Of The Year: Woodstock’s Best
Patch asked you for nominations of local businesses that have done outstanding work in 2020. Here are some in Woodstock. WOODSTOCK, GA — It’s been a tough year for Woodstock
Keeping the HEART in Woodstock
Our community is truly the reason for and behind everything we do here at Elm Street. In no other year have we been reminded of this fact more than in
Get To Know Comedy Queen Jessica “It’s All Good!”
A sweet treat! In September I met (virtually) with local comedian Jessica “It’s All Good” to learn more about her and her Netflix-style comedy special We’re All Chocolate that she’s
Fall Update on Programming During COVID-19
In case you missed it, 2020 doesn’t have much regard for your plans or ours! As we begin our 2020-21 Season of Character, we want to outline what’s on the
Comedienne Jessica It’s All Good brings WE’RE ALL CHOCOLATE to Elm Street Arts
A sweet night of comedy and important conversations is coming to Woodstock and streaming to audiences everywhere. Quick facts Elm Street Cultural Arts Village welcomes Jessica It’s All Good in
Get To Know Visual Artist Betsy Khuri!
Art (and clay) can imitate life! In May I met (virtually) with local visual artist Betsy Khuri to discuss her distinctive artistic flair and approach to painting & pottery! Betsy
#3: Off to Massachusetts – Traveling for Theatre
We all know there’s no distance that can get between theatre fans and shows they love. From skipping prom to road-tripping across the state, we have all gone to creative
Surveying the Field: Interviewing Erica Strother & Justin Spainhour-Roth
Written by Victoria Shadle I recently spoke with Erica Strother and Justin Spainhour-Roth as part of Surveying the Field, the first series of The Nonprofit Collective Blog. For this series I’m individually interviewing 20 strangers in
Virtual Clay Shenanigans
Hi everybody! I’m Betsy Khuri, a figurative sculptor and oil painter based right here in Woodstock, Georgia. I pretty much have been creating my entire life. I see the potential
Imagination at Play
Recently, photographer Abigail Peyton visited the new downtown playground, located on the Elm Street Cultural Arts Village event green, with her children and took photos for us. She included some thoughts she had while watching families enjoy the playground.
Screw the Dice with She Kills Monsters by Qui Nguyen
If #D&D was as interesting as this play makes it seem I would have never stopped playing.
Review: Elm Street’s SHE KILLS MONSTERS
The show must go on, and Elm Street Cultural Arts Village has managed to do just that even in the midst of this pandemic. While some theaters are postponing their seasons to next year, Elm Street is offering their current season via online streaming.