Wed, Jul 12|
Heck hath no fury like puppets filmed 2
an outdoor, experimental live puppet/music show filming featuring Cookie Tongue.
Time & Location
Jul 12, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Scottdale, 3498 E Ponce de Leon Ave, (driveway on Milton St.), Scottdale, GA 30079, USA
About the event
Date & Time: July 12th 6-8pm
Description: An outdoor, live puppet/music show filming project in front of a small live audience.
- If you want to be part of a live audience, please rsvp. Limited to 20 spots.
- Rain or shine. If it is rainy, we will be under the pavilion.
- It's perfectly fine to bring your own food and drinks.
- Parking is limited and on one side of Milton Street. Please carpool or rideshare.
- Suggested donations to the puppeteers $10 Donations can be made here https://www.heck.house/donate or onsite.
Cookie Tongue is a theatrical freak folk musical menagerie led by Omer Gal with puppetry, animation, butoh-inspired dance, and ritual magic, featuring original songs and whimsical interludes inspired by Cookie Tongue's surreal mythology, fairytales, childhood, ghost stories, and a sprinkle of the occult. Performed with guitar, singing saw, glockenspiel, organ, bells, drums, experimental percussion, and orphaned toys to send you tumbling down the Cookie hole, through sugar ash and rolling sleeves of starlight, "spellbound, tasting of a world just beyond." Omer Gal writes most of the songs, sings, plays guitar, piano, and incorporates experimental loops and percussion. He also integrates his whimsical, other-worldly visual art in the show to create a full experience for the audience that envelops them in a phantasmic, transportive atmosphere. He is an eclectic musician but also an inventive multi-modal artist who works in 2d and 3d, animation and video, performance art, and puppetry
Heck.house has not obtained a business license yet. The location is zoned R-75 (single-family residential) with an overlay Tier 1. In order to change the usage from residential to commercial, we have to arrange for an off-site parking lot agreement with a nearby business. (Clarification: This is not a rezoning situation because of the overlay.) Once the property is classified as commercial, we can go through the steps of obtaining a business license.
In the interim period, Paula Novelle, who lives on site, is still active with small private events that are limited in size to prevent parking issues and use a decibel meter to manage noise levels. All events are free and require participants to rsvp/sign up. Any donations collected during events are often shared with the artists/organizations involved and reported as required by 501(c)(3) status. We are a grassroots, arts advocacy organization with many neighbors actively involved and welcome feedback from the community.
Any questions or concerns? Email Paula email@example.com