GREENVILLE — Greenville Junior High Theatre Workshop, under the direction of Kari Lemon, announces “Zombie Night” for the 31st show.
The show, written by Tim Kelly with music and words by Bill Francoeur and Scott Deturk, takes place in present time. The senior class is preparing for its class party and instead of a sock hop, plans Zombie Night in an abandoned farmhouse. Little do they know the current and past history of the house as it use to be the home of the Mad Dr. Thanatos, “The World’s Greatest Re-Animator,” better known to the students for attempting to bring the dead back to life.
“Zombie Night” will roam the stage at Memorial Hall Feb. 12 and 13. Doors will open at 6:30 for the 7 p.m. performance both days. General admission tickets are $4 pre-sale and $5 at the door. Reserved seating will be $6. Discount tickets for children and senior citizens apply as well. For tickets, contact Kari Lemon at 937-548-3185 ext. 785 or at [email protected].
“Also, be sure to ask about our patron program to help keep this organization thriving for years to come,” Lemon said. “The cast and crew of ‘Zombie Night’ hope you can attend. It is bound to be a night you’ll never forget.”