By Josh Heard
Oct 13, 2016
Oct 23, 2016
Days and Times
October 13th - 23rd
Performing at 316 Central
316 Central Ave SE, Albuquerque, NM 87102
Located two doors West of Standard Diner.
This production is appropriate for ages 17 and up
Night of the Living Dead: from the basement
Based on the film by George A. Romero,
adapted by Josh Heard
What’s scarier: the things lurking in the dark or the darkness lurking in us? This adaptation of George A. Romero’s horror classic flips the story on its head by putting the audience in the basement with five strangers facing a catastrophe of unimaginable terror. As the undead continue to rise outside, the orderly facade inside the basement begins to collapse. These strangers find themselves in a fight to survive not only the hungry dead, but the living amongst them as well. Josh Heard’s tightly coiled and tense retelling promises to leave audiences aghast. You survived the movie… will you survive the live theatrical experience?
Directions and Parking
Take I-25 South towards Central Ave. Take exit 224B for Martin Luther King Jr./ Central Ave. Turn Right onto Central Ave SE. Turn Left on Arnos St SE (Standard Diner is on the corner). Park in the dirt lot just behind the Standard Diner.
FOR ADA PARKING ONLY: Park directly behind the 316 building. Please contact Janaiah at [email protected] for more information.
Box office opens 1 hour before curtain, and house opens 1/2 hour before curtain. We recommend that patrons arrive no later than 10 minutes before curtain. Duke City Rep maintains a *strict* no late seating policy.
This season would not be possible without the generous support of our season sponsors:
The Reynolds American Foundation
The Scott Family Foundation
The Kerr Foundation