In 2019, Clyde and Kim Wood, owners of downtown island shop The Witchery, passed the torch of the legendary Witches’ Ball to Becky Major.

Major knew she had some big shoes to fill and then COVID happened. While the world was in “time out” and events were on hold, artists of the National Hotel Artist Lofts began brainstorming and formed Misfits Productions. The production team is made up of 25 local creatives, and is responsible for Krewe de Isle of Misfits, a Mardi Gras organization.

Carla Peoples covers the social and nonprofit scene in Galveston. Contact her at cstayhouston@sbcglobal.net with “Seaside Scenes” in the subject line.

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