Click here for the digital program playbill for the show.
Click here for a review of the show by Neil Zolot of the Saugus Advertiser on Wicked Local. With photos by him and Sabrina Ornae Photography.
Theatre Company of Saugus announces its production of Night of the Living Dead by Lori Allen Ohm and based on the 1968 horror film of the same name by George Romero and John Russo. This production is being co-directed by Sean Perry and Matthew Garlin.
Similar to the film, a mysterious radiation has turned the dead into flesh-eating zombies. The play focuses on seven people trapped in a farmhouse who are trying to deal with the impending doom from the attacking zombies and trying not to get on each other’s nerves too much and survive the night.
The performances will be in-person at the American Legion Post 210 at 44 Taylor Street in Saugus, MA.
The performance dates are Friday and Saturday, October 29 & 30 and November 5 & 6 at 8:00PM and Sunday, October 31 and November 7 at 2:00PM. Halloween’s 2:00PM performance will also include a costume contest. Come prepared to dazzle our judges!
Tickets are $20-25 and can be purchased in advance online or you can buy at the door for a slightly higher rate (and no guarantee of seating). We have limited space, so please plan accordingly. See our Tickets page for more details.
We are please to announce the cast of the show!
- Barbara – Hannah Clifford
- Johnny – Sean Perry
- Ben – Reggie Joseph
- Helen Cooper – Vanessa Phelon
- Karen Cooper – Rhianon Brown
- Harry Cooper – Tony DeMauro
- Judy – Meg Brown
- Tom – Scott Spangler
- Chief McClellan – Eric Brown
- Bella Bardough / News Anchor – Julie Liuzza
- Radio Announcer / Zombie – Andrew R. Quinney
- Dr. Grimes / Deputy / Zombie – Kathy Rapino
- Zombie – Amy Cole
- Zombie – Rachel Curran
- Zombie – Christina Hildonen
- Zombie – Ethan Hildonen
- Zombie – Spencer O’Dowd
- Zombie – Sabrina Ornae
- Zombie – Nicole Tabbi
The cast includes several TCS veterans: Rhianon Brown, Rachel Curran, Ethan Hildonen, Julie Liuzza, Spencer O’Dowd, Sabrina Ornae, Sean Perry, Andrew R. Quinney, and Kathy Rapino. And we welcome all these new faces to the TCS stage: Eric Brown, Meg Brown, Hannah Clifford, Amy Cole, Tony DeMauro, Christina Hildonen, Reggie Joseph, Vanessa Phelon, Scott Spangler, and Nicole Tabbi.
COVID safety protocols are being followed by our cast and crew. All will have had a COVID test in advance of the performances and have been masked during all rehearsals. TCS is requiring audience members to be masked for the health of the rest of the audience, the cast and crew, and the members of the American Legion who have served our country and graciously allow us to make their space home for TCS.
There is gunfire and gore/blood in this production.
We need volunteers to staff our Front of House positions: Ushers, Concessions, Raffles, House Manager. Click here to sign up.