DCRT Revamps ‘Night’


They’re coming to get you, Albuquerque…

Duke City Repertory Theater, multi-award winner for “Best Theater Troupe” by Albuquerque The Magazine, is dusting off a classic of American Cinema for an all-new life on the stage.

‘Night of the Living Dead: From The Basement’ takes George A. Romero’s horror classic underground, following a group of survivors as they struggle to ward off a growing army of zombies.

As with any good monster movie, they real terror comes not from the creatures, but from how we humans deal with them.  Placing the entirety of the story in the basement of an abandoned farm house, audience members are up close and personal with the survivors… as well as the impending doom a floor above.

DCRT is using ‘Night’ to kick off their 2016-2017 season, which as Artistic Director Amelia Ampuero says, looks to push the boundaries of conventional theatrical performance.

With a total run-time under one hour, ‘Night’ will feature two performances per evening, starting October 13th through the 23rd.

For more information on ‘Night of the Living Dead: From The Basement’, visit DukeCityRep.com

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