"A Zombie, a Vampire, and a Werewolf Walk Into a Bar..."

Oct 14, 2015

It sounds like the beginning of a joke, and perhaps it is:  A Zombie, a Vampire, and a Werewolf Walk Into a Bar... is a new play written by local author & playwright Calie Voorhis.  The show is playing Friday and Saturday nights through October 31st at Theatre Now, a dinner theater production with "Witch's Fingers" for appetizers and entree choices like "Dem Bones" (BBQ Ribs) and "Blood and Guts" (ironically, a vegetarian pasta dish).  Dinner and the show begin at 7:00.  

Artists from the production joining us in the studio include Calie Voorhis, the playwright; Beth Swindell, the director; and Cole Marquis, the songwriter (you can hear a brief sample of the music in the interview).

"A Zombie, a Vampire, and a Werewolf Walk Into a Bar..." by Calie Voorhis. 7:00pm Friday & Saturday nights through Halloween at Theatre Now on 10th & Dock.

The show is not "horrific," according to Voorhis; instead, she approaches horror by creating a sense of unease for the audience.  Still, it's full of comedy and some fun for the audience, including a trivia game.  It's not for young audiences.

Buy tickets for the show here.  Find more work by Calie Voorhis on the Speculative Fiction Database and selected music by Cole Marquis on Reverb.