About Night of the Living Dead Radio Play

The 1968 film NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, which has been called the grandfather of the modern zombie film, tells the story of seven people trapped in a rural farmhouse in western Pennsylvania, alternately hiding from and fighting a large and growing group of living dead ghouls. The story has been remade and retold many times, including a 1988 radio drama.  Our show was written by Amy Attaway.

The Theatre Downstream

The Theatre Downstream is an award winning theatre company in Henry County, Kentucky.  They are quickly becoming a destination theatre for people in Louisville, Frankfort, Lexington and places in between, even Indiana.  Their commitment to being a teaching theatre company is solidifying the love of the arts for future generations.  Their desire to present quality family friendly entertainment is embodied by their season selections and the spirit of excellence in their productions.  Please find out more about this community theatre company and how you can support them and get more involved by going to www.TheTheatreDownstream.com.