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SF Sketchfest and The Jim Henson Company Present featuring Emmet Otters Jug-Band Christmas 35th Anniversary! and The Bells of Fraggle Rock with special guest Dave Goelz
SF Sketchfest

SF Sketchfest and The Jim Henson Company Present featuring Emmet Otters Jug-Band Christmas 35th Anniversary! and The Bells of Fraggle Rock with special guest Dave Goelz

SF Sketchfest and The Jim Henson Company Present Emmet Otters Jug-Band Christmas 35th Anniversary! The Bells of Fraggle Rock with special guest Dave Goelz

Saturday, Dec 22, 2012 3:00 PM PST 2012-12-22T15:00 (2:30 PM Doors)
, San Francisco, CA

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‘Twas The Night Before Sketchfest

An SF Sketchfest Christmas

SF Sketchfest, the people who bring you the San Francisco Comedy Festival, present The Good (Emmet Otter; Elf), The Bad (Bad Santa) and The Humbug (Scrooged) of classic holiday entertainment in a full day of programming at the Castro Theatre featuring special guests, costume contests and more! A little something for everyone! Events are individually priced or buy the all-day pass for $40! Information at http://www.sfsketchfest.com.

SF Sketchfest and The Jim Henson Company Present

Emmet Otter’s Jug-Band Christmas

35th Anniversary!

and

The Bells of Fraggle Rock

with special guest Dave Goelz

All Ages! Bring the Kids!

Saturday, December 22, 3:00pm

Castro Theatre, $15 Adults/$10 Kids 12 and under

 

Celebrate Christmas with the whole family at this very special screening of Jim Henson’s classic holiday tale about Emmet and Ma, who are poor but loving musical folk in Frogtown Hollow. With Christmas coming, they want to give each other a present. A solution to tight-money problems appears in the form of a talent contest offering a $50 prize. This story, adapted by Jerry Juhl from a book by Russell and Lillian Hoban, and featuring original music by Paul Williams, was a technological breakthrough for its time as it marked the first use of radio controlled puppets.