Sunday, June 20th 12:00pm – 6:00 p.m.
 

 

The historic Woodland Opera House is pleased to host one of Woodland’s own, five-time Emmy Award winning filmmaker, Scott Wegener, for a delightful Father’s Day afternoon presentation of The Spider’s Web Film Trilogy. The three dramatic action-adventure films introduce us to teen geniuses Phillip Harrison and Malcolm Scott as they discover the secrets to the Universe during a high school science project. This new-found knowledge thrusts them into a globe spanning adventure as they solve dangerous mysteries only they can comprehend. After each viewing, Scott will discuss making his films with zero budget, using extreme networking, goods, and services to deliver high concept productions, like a successful community theater model.
 
The Films:
The Spider’s Web (1995) 18-year-old Malcolm Scott (Adam Winston) becomes obsessed with solving an ancient riddle told by his great great grandmother (Gospel star Kaye Barksdale). Class loner Phillip Harrison (Nick Arrom) is likewise fixated on proving his father’s discredited theory of gravity obstruction.
 
The Spider’s Web: Arch Defiance (2015) TV pilot – In this reboot, after the government confiscates Harrison’s Gravity Obstruction Device (G.O.D.), Malcolm (Andre Tomlinson) and Harrison (Cody Oppel) are hijacked to Africa where mercenaries are hunting for a crashed space probe designed by Harrison’s father.

 

 
The Riddle of the Spider’s Web (2020) Government agent Tyra Gunn (Samantha Russell) gets more than she bargained for after she is assigned to protect Phillip Harrison from rogue powers that want his gravity obstruction technology. Filmed in Martinique, Illinois, Kentucky, and Ohio.
 

 

Raised in Woodland, Scott started making movies with an 8mm camera at the age of 15. After dozens of high school movies, Scott enrolled in both CSU Chico (Mass Communications) and CSU San Francisco (Cinema) where he created a first-of-its-kind Theatrical Film Production special major that combined courses from both universities to earn his degree in 1975. Now living in Cincinnati, he has written, produced, and directed five feature films, including The Golem (winner of three Emmy Awards), and Beowulf: Prince of the Geats, seen in over 20 countries. The Spider’s Web films are among his favorites. “I wanted to create young characters who are smart, athletic, and passionate about the world, who meet adversity head on, whether it’s a science fair or saving the world, and use their wits to succeed against all odds.” 
 

 

Doors open at 11:30 a.m. Introduction begins at 12:00 p.m. with first film at 12:10 p.m. (The Spider’s Web-100 min.), second film at 2:05 p.m. (The Spider’s Web: Arch Defiance-61 min.), and third film at 3:30 p.m. (The Riddle of the Spider’s Web-110 min.) with intermission and discussion in between. A social gathering will follow at 6:00 p.m. at a local eatery, Father Paddy’s Irish Public House at 435 Main Street in Woodland.
 
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Fleetwood Mask in Concert

July 10th at 3pm and 7pm

 
 

Fleetwood Mask is a Fleetwood Mac tribute band from the San Francisco Bay Area, formed out of a mutual love and respect for Fleetwood Mac’s music and story. Replicating one of rock’s most successful bands is a passion for Fleetwood Mask and each band member is committed to performing the music of Fleetwood Mac with authenticity and style.

 

With over 25 years of professional music and theatrical experience combined, Fleetwood Mask is dedicated to providing audiences from festivals, wineries and clubs a fun and exciting Fleetwood Mac musical experience! Don’t just take our word for it, experience Fleetwood Mask for yourself.  

 

Mick Fleetwood, something of an expert when it comes to his own band, is crystal clear in his praise of Fleetwood Mask, the tribute act coming to the Woodland Opera House. Calling the band, a “real treat,” Fleetwood has gone on record saying this “terrific group of musicians … plays the music as intended with passion and with style.” Such glowing approval doesn’t come easy — especially from a rock god — but Fleetwood Mask earns every bit of it.

 

With a repertoire that spans Fleetwood Mac’s early period to their present sound (and all the megahits in between), Fleetwood Mask makes good on their claim to be the “ultimate tribute.” Revel in the haunting harmonies of songs like “The Chain,” “Landslide” and “Go Your Own Way” during this live celebration of one of music’s most legendary groups.

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Seats are reserved and will be social distanced.

All tickets $30 children 12 and under $15

 

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