Zombie Joes Underground Theatre Group presents URBAN DEATH 2014 at ZJU Theater in North Hollywood Halloween Fun Horrors Horrors Only at URBANDEATH urbandeath.com urbandead dead maze squad terror zombies graphic LIVE HORROR on STAGE Fright Avant-Garde Performance zombiejoes.com zombiejoes zombiejoe dead every Performing Arts Play Production zombies 4850 Lankershim North Hollywood CA San Fernando 91601 Valley NoHo SFV Los Angeles California Joe's LA WEEKLY Acting Arts Drama Entertainment Events Experimental Festival Entertainment Live Show Entertainment Lankershim North Hollywood CA Valley SFV Los Angeles California 91601 818-202-4120 Denise Devine Jana Wimer Christopher Reiner play games poem rates Theater Review the latest Urban Death Extravaganza from Zombie Joes Underground The Blog of Abel Horwitz Zombie Joe's Underground Theatre Group kicks-off a fabulous 2014 season with an all-new horror-theatre spectacular, diving-deep into our darkest dreams, desires, memories, fears, and freaky-ass ambitions. Directed by Zombie Joe. "...it is something disturbing" "made me uncomfortable in a good way." “Going into the dark corners of your brain and cleaning out the cobwebs.” "It tapped into deep seeded fears and emotions within me." "I was thrust into the present and complex (and scary) world of adulthood." "I was disturbed. I was aroused. I was confused. Frightened. Overjoyed. Stunned." "The feeling of fear washes out all other thoughts in my mind." "There’s a safety in allowing oneself permission to get scared in a place like this." " 'Urban Death' is special. It’s disturbing. Fucked up. Intense. Too intimate to ever be comfortable." "an hour of a disturbing performance..." "... by Zombie Joe, a man whose theater continues to rock my world." "I know I need to see it again, and I know I need more time to wrap my brain around what I saw..." "...this show will haunt my dreams ... sticking with me for a long time."
URBAN DEATH is a collaboration between The Mechanicals (who provide the actors) & Zombie Joe’s Underground Theatre (with the idea & director Jana Wimer.) While light-hearted on the surface, eventually a serious way to spend an hour.