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Zombies from the Beyond

musicals and operas · the visceral company · Ages 8+ · family friendly · flashing lights · United States

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V L June 25, 2014
I went with a friend and my 11 year old son recently, and we had so much fun! This musical play is really a lot of fun, and Zombina was a knock out! If you like LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS meets MARS ATTACKS sort of campy musical, run, don't walk to support their show! ... full review
CAROL NACE June 11, 2014
This was fantastic. The costumes and set were great and the acting and voices were even better. There was even tap dancing and Queen Zombina’s high notes could shatter glass. I would recommend that everyone go to see this show. It was one of the best things that I have seen at the Fringe and one of the best shows that I have seen in LA in quite some time. This was a critical hit off-Broadway in 1995 and this is the LA premier. It is TERRIFIC! We gave this 5 stars.... full review
FRANCISCO BRACHO June 26, 2014
The Visceral Company knocks this one out of the park. The acting, Zombina's singing and scientific mumbo jumbo are over the top. Two extended excellent tap routines. All in glorious Tru life 3D. Smart, professional and a riot. ... full review
ROBERT JONES June 26, 2014
I had a total blast seeing this show! The music is awesome, the acting is great and the storyline is super fun! I would recommend it to all! ... full review
ENCI BOX certified reviewer June 12, 2014
This show from the The Visceral Company was one of my favorites at the Hollywood Fringe Festival so far, next to Chtlin' Blues! The actors were excellent, so was light design, set changes, the creative set design, costume, and everything else. This show is a MUST SEE! You will walk our smiling and singing "American Way!" :-)... full review
ASHLEY STEED certified reviewer June 13, 2014
If you love 1950s sci-fi B-movies, this musical is for you. If you hate 1950s sci-fi B-movies, this musical is for you. If you’re sick of zombies, this musical is definitely for you. And if you love pure entertainment, then this musical is most definitely for you. James Valcq’s musical is a wonderfully charming parody of 1950s sci-fi B-movies which takes place in the Milwaukee Space Center. There’s an all-female alien invasion led by Zombina (Alison England) who have come to earth to “zombify” Earth-men for procreative purposes. While employing the best elements of both the genre and musical theatre, it also is a hilarious political satire. Director Dan Spurgeon’s love of the genre is evident in his clear, sharp and fast-paced directi... full review
PHOENIX ISACKS June 15, 2014
tagged as: fun · campy · light · musical comedy · Sci-Fi
We had so much fun at this performance! We were looking for a theatre experience that was light and funny and this hit the mark perfectly. Intentionally campy, with great musical numbers and surprisingly perfect Sci-Fi-B-Movie sets & costuming, and really talented singers (the lead alien invader in particular has a powerful powerful set of pipes). The acting was over-the-top (per the theme of the production), but was really enjoyable. The tap-dancing, lovelorn delivery boy added a lot to the production as well. I would go to another performance with the same cast. Also, it would be great if they made some of the musical numbers available for download; the songs were really catchy!... full review
KEN KIRKWOOD June 15, 2014
What a blast! I will be going back for this one.... full review
SUNNIE TABER June 15, 2014
A delightful romp through the 1950's at it's Zaniest. The cast is spectular and massively talented at pulling the audience into the fun! I loved it, especially the mad tap skills performed by Alex Taber who portrays Billy. The aura of delight amongst the cart makes Zombies from the Beyond a Must See! ... full review
KIRSTEN TURKLE June 15, 2014
Great comedy is very serious to the characters, and that's exactly how the cast of Zombies From the Beyond pull off this campy satire of 1950's science fiction.... full review

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