The Little Falls Community Middle School (LFCMS) spring one-act play, “Ten Ways to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse” by Don Zolidis, was originally set to be presented to the public Thursday, March 27 (today) at 7 p.m. at the LFCMS Gym Stage. However, due to the weather, the performance has been postponed to Friday, March 28 at 7 p.m.
The play centers around how to prepare for an upcoming zombie apocalypse. This comedy includes a group of survivors trying to escape the ever-present zombies. Led by a duo of wary narrators, Cary Armagost and Bethany LaForce, and the survivors, Reese Brennan, Sully Gwost, Kenzie Hanson, Leanne Udy, Alex Kraus, Lucas Burr, Mya Stumpf, Kylie DeSchane, Will Riitters, Christian Summar, Brianna Kaufman, Hannah Jones, Jaisen Jones, Quinn Stanaway, Kylee Magee and Emily Witucki, take the audience on 10 different scenarios to show how to survive the impending doom at the hands of the zombies.
Zombies will be played by Kylie McDuffee, Chasity Christensen, Christina Howell, Mecie Johnson, Madison Marquette, Alex Nutz, Tanya Allord, Jennica Peterson, Val Reier, Ashley Srur, Dakota YoungBlood, Alicia Kalis, Matthew Jaschke, Beverly Robinson, Brenna Robbins, Ely Holmberg, Brooklyn Weiss, Anthony Scmidtbauer, Kaylene Mettenberg, ReBeca Pollard, Eric Burr and Emma Thoms-Warzecha.
Will the survivors survive? Will the zombies be conquered? Will the narrators be safe? Will the Thriller Dance be performed? The public is invited to find out Thursday, during the performance of, “10 Ways to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse” by Don Zolidis. This play is produced with special permission from Playscripts Inc., 450 Seventh Ave, Suite 809, New York, N.Y. 10123.
Admission is $3, or $1 plus a nonperishable food donation to the Morrison County Food Shelf.