"Gags" horror-comedy film to make Wisconsin premiere
4:21 AM, Oct 10, 2018
9:57 AM, Oct 10, 2018
The horror-comedy film Gags will make its Wisconsin premiere Wednesday night at the Meyer Theatre in Green Bay.
In August of 2016, grainy photos of the clown, now known as Gags, lurking under the Mason St. bridge appeared online. A week later, Green Bay resident and filmmaker Adam Krause revealed it was a stunt conducted as promotion for his short film, Gags.
The film was shot in Green Bay in May 2017, before making its world premiere at the Cinepocalypse Genre Film Festival in chicago.
Now, Gags is coming home to Green Bay. The film will premiere at 7pm Wednesday night at the Meyer Theatre. Cast and crew - including Gags himself - will be there for a Q&A after the film.
Tickets are available for $10 at the Meyer's box office and website.