DOCTOR ZOMBA’S GHOST SHOW OF TERROR

A new haunt show with magic and comedy is now playing in Hollywood, CA!

A modern-day revival of the “Ghost Show” popular in the 1950’s that features spooky magic, comedy, a seance, and a blackout sequence at the end where the audience is fully immersed in the realm of spirits and monsters.

Join Doctor Zomba and his lovely assistant Sirena, and the slightly less lovely Ear-Gore as they perform mesmerizing tricks, contact the dead, and unleash monsters from beyond the grave! First, sign your waiver! We are not responsible if this show literally scares you to death! One lucky audience member will win a real dead body!

See Professor Payne and the infamous Mutilator Machine. It thirsts for blood! Will it be yours?!

Starring David M Beach as Doctor Zomba!

WHO IS THIS SHOW FOR? All the monster kids that grew up loving Halloween, haunted houses, Famous Monsters of Filmland, & TV Horror Hosts. While much of the supernatural phenomena in the Ghost Show is played for laughs, there is a two-minute blackout sequence at the climax in which the audience is in pitch darkness, and they will SEE, HEAR and FEEL the mysterious & unexplained. If your child is younger than 9, or afraid of the dark, this might not be the show for them.

WHERE: The Complex Hollywood 6476 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90038

WHEN:
Saturday June 2nd, 10:45 pm – PREVIEW
Saturday, June 9th, 11:45 pm
Saturday June 16th, 11:15 pm, “Pay What You Can” performance
Monday, June 18th, 10:45 pm “Pay What You Can” performance
Saturday, June 23rd, 11:55 pm

TICKETS: $15.00 http://hff18.org/4842

THE CAST: David M Beach, Kerr Lordygan, Tamara Torres, and Shelby Alessandro Martinez

DIRECTED BY Kevin Wetmore (Professor & Chair of Theatre Arts at Loyola Marymount University).

WRITTEN/PRODUCED BY David Lucarelli (writer of Tinseltown from Alterna Comics & The Children’s Vampire Hunting Brigade graphic novels). “Before they put on haunted houses for Halloween, ghost shows were a spooky, scary, funny way to celebrate the things that go bump in the night. The climax of each show was the blackout sequence in which the audience was enveloped in supernatural phenomena. They had all kinds of tricks to make that happen. We went back and studied the actual ghost show manuals from the 1950’s, and then we came up with a few tricks of our own! I don’t want to give away all our secrets, but I’ll just say I am an audio engineer and there are certain low frequencies that instill fear in humans. That’s just for starters!

“The casting of David M Beach as Doctor Zomba proved to be a real stroke of luck. One of the best ghost shows from the 50’s was Doctor Silkini’s. Years ago, the people that had the rights to the show hand picked comedian/actor/magician David Beach to be the new Doctor Silkini for a revival. It didn’t end up happening, but we’re extremely excited to we have the natural successor to one of the Ghost Show masters as our star!’

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1 Comment

  1. This show was so bad.

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