Night of the Living Dead

Oct. 25-27, 2003

The Off-Broadway Players' first Halloween production - Night of the Living Dead in Black and White was a major hit and an indication that people of Corner Brook and the surrounding area enjoy to be scared.

Much more than a cult classic, Night of the Living Dead is also about human nature, and what happens when law and order are replaced with fear, chaos and paranoia. "It doesn't take long for the world to fall apart," says the protagonist. Herein lies the true horror.

Co-written by Ben Pittman and Contessa Small, and adapted from the 1968 horror flick, Night of the Living Dead was open to one and all members of OBP who wanted to get involved. The Show was directed by Ben, with stage management by Sharon Anderson.




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