McCallie Theater Department To Present Night Of The Living Dead

Thursday, April 29, 2021

McCallie theater students will present Night of the Living Dead this Thursday, Friday and Saturday in the Black Box Theater. All performances begin at 7 p.m. and will be available to watch by live stream on McCallie's YouTube channel. A limited number of tickets for each night can be reserved here

The show – a reimagining of the classic 1968 horror film – follows the story of a group of strangers trapped in a rural farmhouse surrounded by brain-eating zombies. What could possibly go wrong?

The cast and crew are as follows:

Ben – Mason Calhoun
Chief McClelland – Will Hanley
Vince – Dandy Reynoso Diaz
Barbara – Sameeh Shafi
Johnny – Jack Williams
Harry – Ben johnson
Helen – Jack Darby
Tom – Wes Glass
Judy – Lucas Taylor
Karen – Jack Wilde
Radio – Thomas Wu
TV Anchor – Duke Parker
TV Reporter – Adam Shaheen
Bill Cardill – Jack Wilde
General – Chase Reynor
Scientist – Ethan Woodard
Dale – McClain Shaw
Lucinda  – Graham Slakie
Graveyard Zombie – George Jiang
House Zombie – McClain Shaw, Adam Shaheen
Attack Zombie –  Jakob Smith
Brain Zombie – McClain Shaw

Tech Crew:
Lights – Liam Spykerman
Sound – Nolan Ralls
Video/Camera – Turner Lie-Nielson
Set Supervisors – Henry Absher, Graham Slakie
Music – Ishmael Sanford 
Costumes/Wigs  – Jason Tinney/ Holly Morse-Ellington
Lighting design/set construction – Sue Christensen 
Set design – Stevie Ray Dallimore
Makeup – Rebecca Russell, Alex Bundrick, Jakob Smith
Extra technical assistance - Will Glass, Lee Wright, Mark Krawczyk 

Directed by Stevie Ray Dallimore


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