Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Living Dead in Denmark Gets Resurrected

This is pretty sweet.

For a limited four-performance engagement, Vampire Cowboys resurrects its critically-acclaimed award-winning production of Living Dead in Denmark for the first National Asian American Theatre Festival. The show's original run last season garnered 5 New York Innovative Theatre Award nominations including Best Production and winner of the Best Choreography/Movement category (not to mention made it to Yours Truly's Top Ten List for 2006).



For tickets go here.

Vampire Cowboys Theatre Company presents Living Dead in Denmark June 12th through 15th at The Clurman @ Theater Row (410 W. 42nd Street).

Living Dead in Denmark is an action-adventure/horror sequel to William Shakespeare's Hamlet. Set five years after the events of the original, the play follows the story of a newly resurrected Ophelia, Juliet and Lady Macbeth and their quest to save Denmark from an army of the undead. Includes the award winning fight choreography of Marius Hanford and zombie masks/gore effects by the legendary Chuck Varga (The Sexecutioner) of GWAR.



Featuring: Carlo Alban, Alexis Black, Jason Liebman, Maggie Macdonald, Tom Myers, Melissa Paladino, Jason Schumacher, Andrea Marie Smith, Temar Underwood & Amy Kim Waschke

Written by Qui Nguyen, Directed by Robert Ross Parker

Fight director: Marius Hanford

Set and lighting designer: Nick Francone

Costume designer: Jessica Wegener

Zombie masks and gore effects: Chuck Varga

Puppet design: David Valentine

Graphic media: Nathan Lemoine

For more information, go here.

Ready to fight,

James "Zombie-Killer" Comtois

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for the plug, brotha. You rocketh! - Qui

1:50 AM  
Anonymous nytheatre mike said...

Yeah, James, this show was pretty awesome. 'Twas my introduction to the Vampire Cowboys, and I was mighty impressed. Big up to you for giving them a nice plug!

2:01 AM  

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