The result is a comic home run that keeps the subject matter engaging even for those who, like this reviewer, have previously found this particular field of fiction to be of minor interest.
Dink O’Neal – ArtsInLA
The creative minds behind “HTSZA,” presented by Combined Artform and After Dark Entertainment, have delivered a hysterical and highly entertaining show at the Theater Asylum for anyone who’s ever seen (or ran away from) a zombie flick.
Hiko Mitsuzuka – Campus Circle
Which is to say that anyone with even a passing acquaintance with the genre rules laid down by George Romero will find a lot to like in director Patrick Bristow’s amiable, Americanized version of this improv-derived British fringe import by Ben Muir, Jess Napthine, David Ash and Lee Cooper. Bristow is zombiologist Dr. Bobert Dougash.
Bill Raden – LA Weekly
I am keen to see it again, if only to ensure my survival in the coming apocalypse.
Raquel Sanchez – Playwriting in the City
Former Groundling Bristow is a master at the sort of audience interaction that keeps the show lightly humming for about 75 minutes, but it’s a mere shadow of the many layers on view in Von Bach.
Don Shirley – LA Stage Times
HOW TO SURVIVE A ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE
Presented by Combined Artform and After Dark Entertainment
At Theatre Asylum
6320 Santa Monica Blvd., Hlywd.
Fri.-Sat., 8 p.m., Sun., 3 p.m.
EXTENDED THROUGH MAY 18, 2013
Tickets: $15; (800) 838-3006
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