Snow White Zombie: Apocalypse

Author: Brenton Lengel

Snow White Zombie: Apocalypse

Description: Snow White Awakens to Prince Charming's Kiss, 28 Days after the Zombie Apocalypse; Blood, Sex, Kung-fu, and gender politics to follow.
Year Written/Copyrighted: 2012
Date Added: 10/4/2012
Content Advisory: Strong Language, Stage violence, Adult situations and innuendo
1 Act, 90 Minutes
3 Females, 4 Males, 3 Gender Neutral

NOTE: Snow White Zombie: Apocalypse is fully protected by copyright law and is subject to royalty. All inquiries concerning production, publication, reprinting or use of this play in any form should be addressed to Rochelle at rd@indietheaternow.com.

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Keywords: Action/Adventure · Comedy · Coming of Age · Drama · Fantasy · Fight Sequences · Folklore and Legends · Horror · Large Cast Size · Literature and Writing · Many Locations · Martial Arts · Mythology · Philosophy · Politics · Romance · Satire/Parody · Zombies

This play is in the following collections: FringeNYC 2012 · Halloween Collection

Original Production Information

Snow White Zombie: Apocalypse was first presented at The Living Theatre on August 11, 2012, as part of the New York International Fringe Festival,with the following cast and credits:

Prince Charming: Adam La Faci
Rapunzel: Parker Leventer
Snow White: Lucia Brizzi
The Woodsman/Mama Bear: Simon Feil
Prince Dashing: Dave Marshall
Creature/Thug: Doug Rossi
Nix: Caroline Bloom
EnZomble/Thug: Nick Cipriano
Big Bad Wolf/EnZomble: Josh Conner
Red/Sleeping/Gretel/Nix US: Stephanie Lane

Producer: Adam La Faci
Producer: Michelle Concha
Producer: Brent Lengel
Fringe ACR: Melanie Clark
Director: Jessica Creane
Stage Manager: Amy Pen
Director's Assistant: Jon Rentler
Lighting Designer: Jarrod Jahoda
Set Designer: Brian Prather
Costume Designer: Sarah Bertolozzi
Associate Costume Designer: Abbey Steere
Assistant Costume Designer / Make Up Colleen Heaney
Sound Designer: Kris Alfred
Fight Choreographer: Lisa Kopitsky
Associate Fight Choreographer: Adam Alexander
Photos: Brian Hashimoto
Special Thanks to: Leta Tremblay