Collaboration creates extravaganza

  • Wednesday, November 12, 2014 3:09pm
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An immense thank you goes out to all who participated in producing Kharacters’ Halloween extravaganza, “Mad Max: Beyond The Thunderdome.” The time, energy and ideas that went into transforming our venue into a metal clad, post-apocalyptic scene was immense and it could not have been accomplished without the collaborative creativity of the Kharacters community.

This yearly transformation is always exciting as it brings forth the artistry of many individuals. Chris Richey and his metal work, Kelly Jay Jackman for accessorizing the stage instruments, Charlotte Whitely and Skip Clary for their prop work, were among the many talented friends who contributed to the milieu. We’d like to give an extra special thank you to Mike Kennedy for providing a plethora of materials and resources from his property, which were pivotal in completing the overall transformation. Mike’s vital place in this community cannot be overstated and Kharacters is grateful for his involvement. 

Special thanks also to our performers, Yellow Cabin and Team Danger, for their musical brilliance. Kharacters is proud of the artistic achievements of its patrons and friends and look forward to all of the coming events that bring us together. Thank you, thank you.

Hillary Arwen

for everyone at Kharacters

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