“Gleefully silly! Action-packed! A sly, self-referential vomedy!” – The New York Times
Lewis Diaz is in love with his best friend, which would be fine if he didn’t accidentally open a literal gateway to hell while trying to chat her up at a party… Now, with every imaginable kind of demon, monster, and killer ravaging his small town, it’s up to Lewis and his newly undead companion to save the day and protect his classmates from becoming freshly slaughtered carcasses.
For fans of all things involving jump-scares, fight scenes, fake blood, creepy puppets and self-referential comedy.
Rachel Kerry directs an ensemble cast of incredible young actors (and puppets) featuring Justin Amankwah (The Flick, 2018 Sydney Theatre Award Winner for Best Actor & Best Newcomer), Jack Angwin (Youth + Destination, Friday On My Mind), Josh McElroy (Osama The Hero, Spring Awakening), Bardiya McKinnon (Metamorphoses, DNA), Mia Morrissey (Harrow, Molly), Laura Murphy (Muriel’s Wedding, Cry Baby), and introducing Stella Ye, in the Australian Premiere of Vietnamese-American playwright – and Marvel writer – Qui Nguyen’s bloody hilarious play.
“Theatrical brilliance!” ★★★★ – Time Out New York
129 Dowling Street, Woolloomooloo
Sundays, 5pm to 6.30pm
Friday 29 March to Saturday 11 May 2019
General Admission: $45.00