Are You Ready for Zombie March Madness??
March will be here before we know it and with it comes a special celebration in 2013 … zombies!! It’s being titled, ZOMBIE MARCH MADNESS and is being presented by EndTimes Bunker. Check out the press release below:
For Immediate Release
EndTimes Bunker Presenting
Zombie March Madness
March 7th – March 23rd 133rd Street Arts Center
EndTimes Bunker to present Zombie March Madness, a month long festival celebrating all things Zombie. This month long festival will include three original one-act comedies and one full length drama including the award-winning TMZ TV: Too Many Zombies.
The Last Days
Written by Carlos Cisco, Directed by Jeremy Duncan Pape
March 7 – 9, 14 – 16, 21 – 23, All performances begin at 7PM
Four people are trying to survive till the next day during the Zombie Apocalypse. When one comes home with an infectious bite, he becomes an avatar for the remaining survivors to project their guilt and fears on as they descend into the darkest reaches of their own minds.
March 7 – 9, 14 – 16, 21 – 23, All performances begin at 9PM
Zombie Frat House Bash
Written by Steve Strangio, Directed by Lawrence Lesher
Zombie Glass Menagerie
Written by Matthew Kreiner & Tennessee Williams, Directed by Matthew Kreiner
Written by Jamie King, Directed by Matthew Kreiner
Fresh off touring around the country, we bring the Serling Award winner for Outstanding
Comedic Script and Production and Best In Show for the Shortened Attention Span Theater Fest.
Dark and satirical – sometimes sci-fi, sometimes horror – always entertaining – EndTimes Bunker’s theatrical work pushes the boundaries of contemporary ideals by testing taboos and challenging audiences. Drawing inspiration from classical influences such as Twain, Albee, and Wilde while merging them with the modern influences amalgamated from our varied artists and communities, we create a theatrical experience that is accessible to modern audiences.
The 133rd Street Arts Center is located at 308 West 133rd Street
(btw St. Nicholas and Frederick Douglas Ave, A/C/B/D trains at 125th Street). —–