We are SO looking forward to Dragon*Con this year. We just finished a great night of filming. We've got some great stuff so if you liked our stuff last year... Prepare to be blown away!!
Seriously though, there are many great things going on involving us wee Janitors this year. Of course we will have random videos playing throughout the con on DCTV and before panels like last year. But this year you can meet the talent behind the brooms, attend a puppet slam hosted by the Sci-Fi Janitors, and attend a panel on puppet building with our very own Beau Brown, one of the creative geniuses behind Bob and Carl. Here is our Schedule
Saturday Sept 3rd
"Bob and Carl: Sci-Fi Janitors. Behind the Brooms"
Time: Sat 11:30AM Location: 204 Hilton Length: 1 Hour
Sunday Sept 4th
" Sticks and Strings and Manipulated Things" (Puppet building panel)
Time: Sun 10:00AM Location: M103-M105-Mariott Length: 1 Hour
Sunday Sept 4th
"Late Night Puppet Slam" (presented by Bob and Carl)
The Sci-Fi Janitors present DragonCon’s very first late night adult Puppet Slam! Bear witness to the geeky puppet insanity with puppeteers from Atlanta and beyond!
Time: Sun 11:30PM Location: International South-Hyatt Length: 2.5 Hours
Holy Cow everyone!! We are actually taking part in the very awesome premier of Galactic Perry's Learning Starship at the historic Plaza Theater here in Atlanta. That's right... you heard us... Bob and Carl... on the BIG screen. I'm excited, you excited? I'm WAY excited. Okay Janiteers, here's where you need to pay attention. Tickets were selling out SO fast they actually halted ticket sales. That haltedness is lifted on the 16th. THERE ARE ONLY 100 TICKETS LEFT! So if you want to see a great show premier and in the process see the Sci-Fi Janitors on the big screen and perhaps... just perhaps... meet us in person... then get your ASS in GEAR. Tickets are three bucks. DO IT NOW!
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