Published Mar 01, 2013Night of the Living Dead might have been released way back in 1968, but since then, it's been translated into 25 different languages and has had a number of different versions created. Now, Nictophobia Films is bringing the bodies to the stage in George A. Romero's production of Night of the Living Dead: Live.
The production was directed and co-written by the same man who brought us Evil Dead: The Musical, Christopher Bond, and promises that by the end, you "will know what it feels like to experience a night with the living dead."
To keep things appropriate for a younger audience, the show is reportedly PG and will be performed in April and May at Toronto's Theatre Passe Muraille. Tickets can be purchased here, where you'll also find a full listing of performance dates and times.