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80 Star Starred
Theatre Asylum
between N Cahuenga and Vine 6320 Santa Monica Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90038
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"Zombie Holiday Special"
15 ratings
4.0 average rating
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5 events
4 reviews
2 stars
attended Nov 20 2010

I don't really "get" the current zombie, vampire, undead craze. Also, living in L.A., there is an overabundance of local "improv troupes" plying their trade on any given night. This combo didn't make for a highly anticipated evening.


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13 events
6 reviews
2 stars
attended Nov 27 2010

Soooo funny! Very talented actors make it look easy to improvise a full hour of witty dialog and songs based on suggestions from the audience. And the poor zombies can't really talk or sing, but that makes it even more crazy. Wear a kooky...continued

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theatre tickets Red Velvet
35 events
15 reviews
16 stars
attended Dec 04 2010

The musical was very entertaining and everyone in our group enjoyed it but there were a few slow moments which could have used scripting. Street parking was available on the side streets and picking up the tickets was easy. It is a small theatre...continued

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Read Goldstar members "reviews ": _Zombience: the Improvised Zombie Musical. _


Zombie attacks got you down?  You are cordially invited to join America’s favorite singing family, The Wallaces, who are still doing their annual holiday TV special in spite of the recent plague!

Join the fun for a semi improvised holiday TV special  with the Wallace Family,  who, in the spirit of the season, have decided to include all of their family members, even those who have recently become undead. Let the Wallace Family entertain you with songs, recipes, stories of the season, nostalgia and the distinct potential for some mayhem and eating of flesh.

The hour long show is a perfect length for busy holiday revelers to get some quality entertainment and still be able to make an appearance at your sister-in-law’s obligatory holiday party afterwards.

It’s the season of forgiveness, tolerance and renewal.  Even for zombies.

<em>Fun Home</em> Rodgers & Hammerstein's <em>The King and I</em>