Combined Artform & After Dark Entertainment present HOW TO SURVIVE A ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE

U.S. VERSION
THIS SHOW WILL SAVE YOUR LIFE!

Do you know what a zombie looks like? Do you know how you become infected? Would you be aware of the safest place to go when the undead rise? Could you effectively kill a zombie with just a Florida orange lip balm and roll of scotch tape? The answer to these questions may be ‘yes’. The answer to these questions may be ‘no’ or the answer could just be ‘I don’t care’ – well, you should care! Because if you don’t care then you will die! And then you will rise from the dead. And then we’ll have to kill you. And then you’ll die again…. and that is just unacceptable.
-Dr. Dale Seslick – Author of “How to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse”

This is why, Combined Artform and After Dark Entertainment are bringing this life saving seminar to Theatre Asylum, opening October 31st and running as needed to ensure survival. That’s right the smash UK hit now has a U.S. version, spreading the word of the illustrious Dr. Dale Seslick creator of the School of Survival in the UK. Dr. Dale has selected Dr. Bobert Dougash to start the U.S. branch School of Survival and has assembled a crack team of zombie survivalists who will entertain as well as inform their audience, insuring the survival of the human race as we approach the apocalypse.

Along with their many awards from around the world, for How to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse, After Dark Productions were also the winners of the 2011 Hollywood Fringe Best International Show, which performed at Theatre Asylum, co-produced with Combined Artform. Both companies are excited about taking this next step in working together, along with Patrick Bristow and look forward to future collaborations.

Featuring: Patrick Bristow, Jayne Entwistle, Jess McKay, Chris Sheets, Mario Vernazza and Vanessa Whitney.

Written & Created by Ben Muir, Jess Napthine, David Ash,
Lee Cooper / After Dark Entertainment

US Version: Edited & additional material by Patrick Bristow
Directed by Patrick Bristow
Produced by Matthew Quinn / Combined Artform
www.combinedartform.com

CALENDAR LISTING:

HOW TO SURVIVE A ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE – U.S. VERSION opens on October 31 at 8pm and runs through November 25, Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm and Sundays at 3pm. Tickets are $15. Students and Seniors are $10. Appropriate for all ages. 800-838-3006. Additional show information and tickets at http://howtosurviveazombieapocalypse.co.uk or www.theatreasylum-la.com

Performances are at:
Theater Asylum
6320 Santa Monica Blvd.
Hollywood, CA. 90038

Contact: Matthew Quinn
mquinn@combinedartform.com
415-336-0513

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Who: Company of Strangers

When: Thurs 11/8 thru Sat 11/10 @ 8PM & Sun 11/11 @ 5PM (Previews),
Opening Thurs 11/15 thru Sat 12/15. Performances are Thurs-Sat @ 8PM & Sun @5PM.

The show runs approximately 90 minutes with no intermission and is appropriate for ages 14+

Where: Studio/Stage (520 North Western Ave, Hollywood, CA 90004)
www.studio-stage.com

Tickets: $15 ($13 Unions/Students/Vets) Available at 818-288-2123 or strangercompany@gmail.com and at the door

FURTHER INFO

Twitter @strangecompany

Company of Strangers: strangercompany@gmail.com

Find us on Facebook in the Company of Stangers group.

Filed Under: Press Release

About the Author: ENCI is an actor and recently turned writer and director. She is an urban cyclist, passionate about living intentionally, about leaving less behind and about living healthy. Enci is a member of SAG and AFTRA and is on the board of the 501(c)4 Bikeside and is co-founder of the Bike Writers Collective. Enci teaches all over town about web etiquettes and social media and is involved with the East Hollywood Neighborhood Council where she serves on the Arts & Culture Committee. Enci is passionate about leaning new things and currently she is studying ASL. You can visit her at http://EnciPerforms.com or read about her adventures at http://illuminateLA.com

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