Old Gods of Appalachia
Esau County Homecoming...where it all began
featuring Yuri Lowenthal and Cecil Baldwin
with music from Landon Blood & Keena Graham
Saturday, October 15th, 2022
Union High School Auditorium
2 Champions Ave, Big Stone Gap, VA
Pro-Art Season Tickets honored with reservation. Students in Pro-Art Service Area admitted free with reservation (Wise, Lee, and Dickenson Counties and the City of Norton).
Tickets and student/season ticket holder reservations will go live on August 22nd, 2022 at 10:00 AM EST. This show contains mature subject matter. Students younger than high school age are discouraged from attending.
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Old Gods of Appalachia is an eldritch horror fiction podcast set in an Alternate Appalachia, a world where these mountains were never meant to be inhabited. This world feels eerily similar to the hills and hollers we’ve grown up with, but there are some tell-tale differences. Names of towns and counties may be altered. Historical events slide forward or backward in time. And then, of course, there are the monsters.
The live show includes a staged storytelling performance similar to an old time radio play, featuring show creators (and Wise natives!) Steve Shell and Cam Collins, a rotating cast of professional actors, and live musical performances.
This performance will feature acclaimed actors Yuri Lowenthal (Spider Man, Naruto, Persona, Ben 10, Saints Row) and Cecil Baldwin (Welcome to Nightvale, Gravity Falls, Dreamboy, Dark Dice), with music from Atlanta’s Landon Blood and Keena Graham.
Tickets are $15 for adults. All students in Pro-Art's service area (Wise, Lee, and Dickenson Counties and the City of Norton) are free to attend with a reservation. Pro-Art season tickets will be honored for this performance with a reservation.
Old Gods of Appalachia is produced by Asheville, NC based DeepNerd Media. A recipient of 14 Audioverse Awards and winner of Best Overall Podcast in the 2021 DiscoverPod Awards, Old Gods of Appalachia boasts over 9 million unique downloads since its launch in late 2019.
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