Just in time for Halloween and exclusively online, Flint Community Players will present Night of the Living Dead: A Radio Drama. Based on the 1968 hit horror film by George Romero, a ragtag group of strangers barricades themselves in an old farmhouse to remain safe from bloodthirsty, flesh-eating monsters.
Don’t let the name fool you, this tongue-in-cheek version of the classic movie will stream online and feature the actors on stage! The crew of the "FCP Radio Station” will perform the spine-tingling story for their "live-studio audience", which will be those streaming at home. On Halloween the broadcast will be streamed in black & white!
Streaming simultaneously on Facebook Live and YouTube, this production will be free for anyone with an internet connection! However, donations are always welcome, especially during these trying times. If you enjoy the performance, go to the “Support Us” section to donate via PayPal. If you prefer to send your donation through the mail, send a check to Flint Community Players at 2462 S. Ballenger Hwy, Flint, MI 48507.
Snuggle up in your favorite chair, and tune it to watch the story unfold on your computer, tablet, or smart phone. And remember, this production will be presented free for everyone to enjoy!
FRIDAY OCTOBER 30 @ 7:30 PM SATURDAY OCTOBER 31 @ 1:00 PM Facebook Live and YouTube Free-of-charge
Flint Community Players provides you with a selection of ticket options for either group or individual purchase. Our performances have been entertaining children and adults alike since 1928. Check out our upcoming productions as well as matinees to find the best performance suited for your family. We can’t wait to see you!
All tickets for all performances may be purchased online or in person at our Box Office. Our box office is open M-F: 3pm-6pm or by phone at (810)441-9302 and our staff are ready and glad to assist you. We accept cash payments and payments via American Express, Visa, and Mastercard.
Due to the public health crisis, all in- person performances are suspended until deemed safe to gather by the government and health officials.