Cult Horror Classic Night of the Living Dead, Adapted for the Stage
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A boisterous and uplifting portrait of love in a nontraditional family, La Cage aux Folles has been one of Broadway's biggest hits. Georges and Albin, a gay couple who run and star in a popular drag show, find their domestic peace shattered when their son brings his prospective in-laws home to meet the folks. The would-be father-in-law happens to be the head of a conservative party that wants to shut down the drag show. The lively and glittering spectacle that ensues celebrates family values, unconditional love and, above all, the need to be proud of who we are. The show, which was adapted into the popular movie The Birdcage starring Robin Williams, features gorgeous costumes, fabulous dance numbers and a wonderful Jerry Herman score, including "The Best of Times" and "I Am What I Am." Learn More
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Scotty Johnson in the lead kicks zombie butt. A creatively-engineered and realistic set with some great effects, moody music and BLOODY ZOMBIES! Susan Carrillo Hall is also strong as the mind-blown female survivor. Funny, without being wink-wink, with some genuinely intense scenes that drove the audience into round of applause after another.
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“IT. IS. EXCELLENT!” —OC Weekly
“Chock-full of genuine horror … the shocks keep a-comin’ in this inventive staging.” —Orange County Register
Back by popular demand, The Maverick Theater’s original adaptation of _Night of the Living Dead _returns to the stage. The dead are walking, and hunger for human flesh. Six strangers holed up in a rural Pennsylvania farmhouse and battle constant attacks from dead locals who have been brought back to life by a mysterious radiation. What play could be better suited for the stage during the Halloween season than Night of the Living Dead, the cult classic B-movie that launched the “zombie film” genre.