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Irondale: “All I Really Need to Know I Learned From Being a Zombie”

March 15, 2013

Tomorrow, Saturday, at 2pm, The Irondale Center for Theater, Education, and Outreach presents: “All I Really Need to Know I Learned From Being a Zombie”

In today’s chaotic, challenging world, we often don’t know where to turn for help. Little did we know that life’s most valuable lessons lie within the undead. Finally, zombies engage us with musings on life, death, and everything in between. They show us that brains aren’t everything… you are what you eat… and what doesn’t kill you makes you… more alive.

Directed by Amanda Hinkle, new play by playwright Jason Pizzarello.

Reported in Courier Life’s Brooklyn Daily: “Zombies teach kids life lessons in existential play” by Jaime Lutz:

It’s like “Waiting for Godot.” But for kids. With zombies.

Prepare the hordes: for one day only, a Fort Green performance space is staging “All I Really Need to Know I Learned From Being a Zombie” — a new play that uses the undead to teach kids potentially life-altering lessons, such as “brains aren’t everything,” “you are what you eat,” and “what doesn’t kill makes you more alive.”

It is, in fact, a little existential.

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