Conversation With Eric Kripke At The Toledo Museum of Art

. March 1, 2019.
Eric Kripke

Eric Kripke is a television writer, director, and producer who created the series “Supernatural” and wrote and co-produced the 2018 hit feature The House with a Clock in Its Walls. Kripke will talk informally about his creative inspirations growing up in Toledo as well as inside stories about his work in television and the film industry. He will show clips and outtakes from “Supernatural” (challenging audiences to spot the Toledo references) as well as a sneak peek of his forthcoming series “The Boys” for Amazon Studio.

Free
1pm | Saturday, March 16
Toledo Museum of Art
2445 Monroe St. Toledo, OH

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