BREW OF THE DEAD 2: OKTOBERFLESH

Genre: Comedy
Written by Patrick Stork, Directed by Justin Plowman

In 2008, Dysfunctional Theatre Company asked, ‘When the Apocalypse comes, will there be beer?’   There was. Unfortunately there wasn't enough. Continuing to lovingly rip off Dawn of the Dead, The Evil Dead and Shaun of the Dead, Brew of the Dead 2: Oktoberflesh asks an even more important question, ‘Can the dead get high?’

The production will feature Nicole Lee Aiossa, Rob Brown*, Eric Chase*, Tom O’Connor, Amy Overman, and Amy Beth Sherman* with Special Effects/Gore by Stephanie Cox-Williams (named “New York’s Queen of Gore” by New York Press). *Appears courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association.

The Breakfast Club as directed by George Romero.” Byrne Harrison, StageBuzz

 “What Scream did for slasher movies, Brew of the Dead does for zombie flicks… .a mocking love letter to every zombie movie made in the past 15 years.” Leah Carr, Theatre is Easy 

“There hasn't been a group this talented at high-octane punning since Evil Dead: The Musical… goes far beyond the simple "drinkability" of Bud Lite commercials and ends up like more of a Guinness: dark, frothy, and practically a meal in a can.” Aaron Riccio, That Sounds Cool


About the Company: Dysfunctional Theatre Company

The Dysfunctional Theatre Company: The Dysfunctional Guide to Home Perfection, Marital Bliss & Hot Passionate Romance is Dysfunctional Theatre's 31st production. Other recent productions include: Brew of the Dead (by Patrick Storck) Chosen (written & directed by Rick Vorndran; winner of the 2008 FRIGID New York Festival ‘Sold Out Show’ Award), The 8: Reindeer Monologues (by Jeff Goode), Bite (by Suzanne Bachner) and Hoover: A Love Story (by Paul Wells). Founded in 1997 Dysfunctional is dedicated to challenging the status quo without taking itself too seriously.



Preview:   10/31/11
Open:   11/03/11
Close:   11/19/11

Schedule:
Thursday through Saturday at 8pm
Preview Monday, October 31 at 8pm
Theater:   Under St. Marks
Address:   94 St. Mark's Place
New York, NY
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Cost:$15; $12
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Presented by: Dysfunctional Theatre Company         Official Web Site: www.dysfunctionaltheatre.org