Re-Animator - The Musical: The Stage Version of the Cult Classic Film
* Additional fees apply. No coupon or promo codes necessary to enjoy the displayed discount price.
The last date listed for ReAnimator The Musical was Sunday August 14, 2011 / 8:00pm.
Most Popular Theater Event Nearby
- Full Price:
- Our Price:
With its sights set on appealing to youngsters and the still-young-at-heart, Snow White: A… More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from CandyCoatedStrychnine
view more less of this review
MUCH BETTER THAN MOVIE!
the songs were so cheeky and witty! the actors all played their rolls marvelously.
my only suggestion would be for MORE GORE!
the simplistic special effects on the costuming was just tickle me pink, fantastic!
I loved the way they pulled off the Headless Dr. Hill.
definitely something to catch if you love campy gore.
report as inappropriate
"Re-Animator- The Musical" was insane and funny, and an entertaining musical as well! Music sometimes reminded me of Gilbert and Sullivan with the songs telling the story, and the atmospheric underscoring music was fantastic. Campy special gory...continued
report as inappropriate
FABULOUS!!! February 27 was my husbands birthday and I decided to take him to see "Re-Animator - The Musical". I can't stop talking about it - the music, the incredibly strong cast, the singing, the campiness - AMAZING!!! We were so impressed that...continued
Quotes & Highlights
Read a preview article about this highly-anticipated show from FearNet.
In 1985, Stuart Gordon directed his first feature film and created a sensation. It was Re-Animator, a smashing success based on a horror story by H.P. Lovecraft. The film delivered as many laughs as it did screams making it a cult classic among horror fans and winning a Critic’s Prize at the Cannes Film Festival. Now, Gordon is back with his co-writers Dennis Paoli and William J. Norris and composer/lyricist Mark Nutter to turn Re-Animator into a musical for the stage.
The cast stars Chris L. McKenna (King of the Ants_), and Jesse Merlin (_Star of The Beastly Bombing). Also starring, Rachel Avery, Mark Beltzman, Cynthia Carle, Brian Gillespie, and Liesel Hanson, and introducing Graham Skipper as Herbert West.
Special effects are being done by the same guys who did them for the 1985 movie: Tony Doublin, John Naulin and John Beuchler. And the blood will flow so freely that the first row will be designated as a “splash zone.” Needless to say, the show is not for small children.