by LORI ALLEN OHM
Directed by Jennifer & Xander Stubbs
AUDITIONS ON SATURDAY, MAY 4 AT 2-4PM
AND SUNDAY, MAY 5 AT 7-9PM
(Production may be double-cast)
Auditions will be cold readings from the script and will include movement exercises, so please dress accordingly. Teens ages 13-18 are welcomed to audition and are encouraged to register for the "Designing the Dead: Level 2 Teen Workshop" at ACT this summer.
Fall out from a satellite probe shot to Venus returns to Earth carrying a mysterious radiation that transforms the unburied dead into flesh-eating zombies. Seven people trapped in an isolated farmhouse, held hostage by the ravenous ghouls, begin to turn on each other as the dead encroach. A gripping terror-filled monochromatic play that brings all the fright of the cult classic to life. This blend of thrilling horror laced with touches of black humor envelops the audience in the action and unfolds into a shocking theatrical ending.
CASTING: 12 males, 5 females, plus 15 to 20 zombies.
Fred Narracott - Frank Lewis
Mrs. Rogers - Deborah Little Key
Rogers - Brian Hokanson
Vera Claythorne - Megan Tormey
Philip Lombard - Kevin Moriarty
Anthony Marston - Erik Dietrich
William Blore - Chris Berthelot
Emily Brent - Robyn Mead
General Mackenzie - Kenneth Fulenwider
Dr. Armstrong - Paelor Cuihn
Sir Lawrence Wargrave - Erik Levy
Thanks to all who auditioned and congratulations to the cast!
Allen’s Community Theatre is proud to announce the cast of our next production The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940.
Helsa Wenzel- Kelly Moore Clarkson
Elza Von Grossenknuten- Sue Goodner
Michael Kelly- Dan Slay
Patrick O'Reilly- Chris Berthelot
Ken De La Maize- Ronnie Giddens
Nikki Crandall- Kira Echeandia
Eddie McCuen- Paul Moseman
Majorie Baverstock- Laura Jennings
Roger Hopewell- Eddy Herring
Bernice Roth- Penny Elaine
Our tech team:
Our illustrious Stage Manager is Kristina Rosette. Our moveable, marvel of a set is designed by Mr. LaMar Graham. Technical help from the ingenious Greg Cotton. Lightening Design by the marvelous Melinda Cotton . Wig Designs by the ravishing Robin Coulange. Set decor from the incredible paint brushes of Kasey Bush. Costumes and props by the lovely and talented Debbie Stephenson and Lindsey Humphries. Our sound designer is the audioliscious Robert Stubbs. Our producer is the wonderful Gena Graham. We are still seeking a few Techs for the crew.
This rollicking mystery is murderous fun! From Spies, to a house full of secrets, to undercover police, and a Slasher on the loose this show packs a whole lot of laughs and irreverent wit into this humorous whodunit. We open March 22 and run Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays through April 7. Tickets will go on sale after the run of The Butler Did It.