Teens Take Over Dallas Children’s Theater’s Night Of The Living Dead

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Photo by Ian McDonnell/Getty Images

Photo by Ian McDonnell/Getty Images

Teenage zombies have taken over the Dallas Children’s Theater! The stage adaptation of George Romero and John Russo’s horror flick “Night of the Living Dead,” running now through October 31st at DCT’s Studio Theater, has a full cast of ravenous teenagers.

No one is safe in B-horror movies, and this stage production is no different!

In a story that could just as easily be set today as it is in 1968, radiation from a fallen satellite is bringing the dead back to life and turning them into an army of zombies hungry for flesh. Teens from the Dallas Children’s Theater Academy make this production a success!

Shows are running Friday night at 7:30, Saturday and Sunday at 1:30. There is a special Saturday night performance at 7:30. Tickets are $10 for general admission, and $7 for season ticket holders. Please note that this production is geared towards teen and adult audiences, and it may not be suitable for the young ones.

For tickets and more information, head over to dct.org!

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