Saw this opening night and had a blast. The audience seemed to be having the time of their lives. Jordie Barnes is hilarious as Barbara. The zombie kids were creepy and appropriately distracting during the slower moments (the radio and tv newscasts (nice cameo Leif Norby)). Great cell phone bit in the audience. There were a few minor tech glitches, but that only added to the wonderfully re-created b-movie feel. Well worth grabbing a few drinks and checking out.
eh..i felt slightly annoyed by some of the kids who wouldn't leave me alone...it's hard to focus on the show while there is growling around me. the zombies were scary for a while but after a while i just got irratated.
I thought the zombie kids were out of control, they aren't scary and become annoying. Same old bits as last year. I guess there is only so much that can be done with this. The technical stuff bothered me as well. It made the show seem sloppy and not scary or even fun scary. They need to get their acts together.
i saw hayley on i know my kids a star check the internet for video extras and i saw that hayley said she was doing a movie call night of the living dead and i really really would like to meet her please if this site can help me please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org like i said i am a huge fan of hers and i thought she could b more than a best friend but if she wants she can b my friend
I want to see Hayley
Hayley will be appearing this summer as the title role in ANNIE WARBUCKS. A sequel to the musical ANNIE that will be debuting at a new musical theater company called Tin Pan Alley Theater. The show also stars Ron Harman, Melanie Shaw and Rebecca Kimball. Be sure to check it out at their website at www.tinpanalleytheatre.com
Let me clarify.This is Tin Pan Alley's actual website addresswww.tinpanalleytheatrepdx.com
like i said i am a huge fan of hers and i thought she could b more than a best friend but if she wants she can b my friendWow. Creepy.
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