Wednesday, October 7, 2009


Greetings all Metabolic Orchestra players, Growers and Time Bankers!

Don't miss the world premiere screening of “The Tin Man” 
at the Lone Pine Film History Museum on
Saturday October 10 from 2 – 2:30pm  
and/or Sunday October 11 from 11 – 11:30 am.
Please come and invite friends and family!

The film includes the Metabolic Orchestra's full concert in the PPG silo on March 14 of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.”

We also invite you to march with us in the Sunday Main Street Costume Parade!  
We will meet at Lone Pine High School at 12noon.  
Parade begins at 1pm.
Please wear your Metabolic Orchestra black sweatshirts from March 14 and black pants and comfortable shoes and join us.

Parade with us!  The more, the merrier! Dogs are allowed on leash!

Here is the info on the film screening:

The Tin Man
Lauren Bon and The Metabolic Studio, 2009
30 minutes

In 1900, L. Frank Baum published The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. In 1913, William Mulholland opened the Los Angeles Aqueduct with water brought in from Owens Valley.
In 2009, after 100 years of dust, the Owens Valley Glass and Water Citizens Metabolic Orchestra performed in the relic of the Pittsburg Plate Glass Factory.
This factory was used to mine the minerals left after the water was removed from the lake to allow the city of Los Angeles, 240 miles away to grow. After that industry ended, the factory became the laboratory of Dr. Selwyn McCabe, who used the space to develop a pediatric heart pump.  The performance brought people from Los Angeles together with people from the Owens Valley as audience for the Metabolic Orchestra’s cover of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow”.   The Tin Man regains his heart.  This nostalgic piece reminds us that there can be no rainbow without water.   

We look forward to seeing you all this weekend!

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