Just because the Halloween season is over doesn’t mean the nightmares have to end. Zombie Joe’s Underground Theatre Group has dug up something extra special from their creative crypts sure to entertain and terrify even the strongest of souls. You are cordially invited to an evening with The Boogeyman.
Zombie Joe’s Underground Theatre Group proudly presents their terrifying new 20-minute theatrical experience through the darkest of your nighttime terrors! Featuring: Helena Hafstein, Kyle LaCross II, Jorge Lozano, Robertha Mallmann, Grace Soens, Weston Tucker, and Laura Van Yck; Directed by Zombie Joe.
This is a limited engagement taking place in November. Shows will run from November 8-23, 2019 on Fridays and Saturdays. Showtimes are to take place at 8:00pm, 8:30pm, 9:00pm, 9:30pm, 10:00pm, 10:30pm, 11:00pm, and 11:30pm. Due to the terrifying and graphic nature of the event, the experience is for ages 18 and up. And a release waiver must be signed at the door prior to entry because you know…even the Boogeyman has liability standards.
Still interested even after that hefty warning? It’s your funeral…ahem I mean… your choice.
Zombie Joe’s Underground Theatre Group is located at 4850 Lankershim Blvd., North Hollywood, CA 91601.
Tickets are available here – Advance tickets $16 / $20 at the door.
You can visit Zombie Joe’s website for all current and upcoming events as well as any gruesomely good news they have to share here.
Electronic communication not your preferred way of summoning the dead? Contact the Zombie Joe’s hotline at 818-202-4120.
You can follow the group on Instagram and Twitter at @ZombieJoes and on facebook here.
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This unique theatre company never fails to deliver an experience that is both fear-inducing and awe-inspiring. We can’t wait to see what kind of deal they’ve made with the Boogeyman and what kind of nightmares await us in the dark. In the spirit of the month of Thanksgiving, I am thankful for Zombie Joes’s Underground Theatre Group, and I am thankful for the Boogeyman. May their collaboration be as horrible a nightmare as we imagine!