Kung Fu Zombies Vs. Cannibals: Post-Apocalyptic Martial Arts Drama
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A well-reviewed hit at this year's Minnesota Fringe Festival, Now I See is an imaginative adaptation of a 1930s-era radio drama that's been freshly translated to the stage by a crack ensemble of eight, who play multiple roles and create live sound effects. Famed radio writer Arch Oboler, best known for his long-running horror series Lights Out, penned this powerful audio play. Originally titled The Story of Mr. Ginsburg, this Chameleon Theatre Circle production tells the story of an aspiring fight manager looking to land an up-and-coming boxing prodigy. Learn More
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It was an odd show-- characters were not always developed and the plot was disjointed.. I mean the main character is pretty one-dimensional; she's an angry zombie killing kung fu fighter.. and still is angry at the end... odd white-clothed, all...continued
This show contains adult language and violence and is recommended for ages 14 and older.
Running time is approximately one hour and 45 minutes. There will be a 15-minute intermission
About the Ticket Supplier: Mu Performing Arts
Mu Performing Arts is the 3rd largest pan-Asian performing arts organization in the U.S., and is home to Theater Mu, an Asian American theater company, and Mu Daiko, a Japanese taiko drumming group. Founded as Theater Mu in 1992, Mu has come to be known for it unique blending of Asian and Western artistic forms in the expression of Asian and Asian American stories and music.