The Katselas Theatre Company Premieres DETENTION FROM THE DEAD, 10/31
The Katselas Theatre will present the world premiere of the comedy DETENTION FROM THE DEAD, opening October 31st at the Beverly Hills Playhouse Research Space. DETENTION FROM THE DEAD is written by Robert Rinow, directed by Alex Craig Mann, and produced by Gary Grossman.
High school sucks, especially when zombies attack. Five disparate high school students find themselves trapped in detention together after their school is overrun with Zombies. Between tormenting the decapitated zombie head of their former math teacher, getting stoned, and mocking each other every chance they get, these students have a hell of a night ahead of them.
Previews will run Oct. 23, 24, 30, with an opening Night of Saturday, October 31 at 10pm. Performances continue Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm, until December 5, 2009.
Tickets will be $15 for general admission and $10 for students. For reservations, call: (310) 358-9936 or for Katselas Theatre Company General Information, visit their website at www.katselastheatre.org.
Katselas Theatre Company (formerly Camelot Artists) is the non-profit theatre company of the Beverly Hills Playhouse, one of Los Angeles' oldest and most celebrated acting schools.
Working primarily with actors and directors of the Beverly Hills Playhouse, as well as with Los Angeles-based professionals, Katselas Theatre Company prides itself on productions inspired by the best work from the BHP's renowned classes. In addition, Katselas Theatre Company has produced many LA Premiere and World Premiere events, and has played host to musicians, poets, and dancers in its continuing dedication to creating theatrical works that benefit the broader Los Angeles community and contribute to its vibrant arts life.