Re-Animator The Musical Extends Again!

Thanks to our friends over at Green Galactic we’ve been given the good news that Re-Animator: The Musical has been extended to August 14th, 2011 at the Steve Allen Theatre on the Hollywood Blvd.

LOS ANGELES, CA – Re-Animator™ – The Musical, the horror-comedy based on the 1985 cult movie hit and earlier H.P. Lovecraft story, has extended its run due to popular demand through Sunday, August 14, 2011 at the Steve Allen Theater. The new performance schedule for this funny, bloody and tuneful production includes three shows per weekend: Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 8:00pm. Additionally, the production that refuses to die will hold three special Midnight Madness shows with opening bands on Friday, June 24th, Friday, July 1st, and Friday, July 8th. Midnight Madness shows cost $15 and doors open at 10:45pm for the all ages preshow. Bands to be announced on the Re-Animator site. Ticket prices for 8:00pm shows are $30 for general admission, $15 for students (with ID) as well as all Center for Inquiry members. The Steve Allen Theater is located at 4773 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90027. For theater information please call 323-666-4268 or visit http://steveallentheater.com. For ticket purchases only please call 800-595-4849. For more information on the musical please visit http://www.re-animatorthemusical.com. Online tickets can be purchased through the Re-Animator or venue web sites.

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The production has been setting records and sending grinning patrons out of the theater humming the tunes and washing off blood. Stuart Gordon, who directed both the new musical and the movie on which it is based, notes “There’s a lot of liquid spurting through the air. The special effects are even better in 4D than they are in 3D.” Costumes are encouraged and seating is open – come early and sit up front in the “splash zone.”

VicSage

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