About Night of the Living Dead: High School Edition

Based on the classic cult film, Night of the Living Dead! The Musical! (book music and lyrics by Jordan Wolfe), had a critically acclaimed hit Off-Broadway premiere in 2019 at Theatre Row, starring Smash alum Jaime Cepero. The album is produced by Wolfe and James Morgan and features the entire cast from the world premiere production. An award-winning music video featuring the original cast members of one of the more popular songs from the show, "They're Coming to Get You Barbara", was released late last year.
Broadway Records has announced the release of the Original Concept Recording of Night of the Living Dead! The Musical! The album will be available everywhere digital music is sold on Friday, October 23rd.

TICKTS FOR OCTOBER 30TH, NOVEMBER 1ST AND NOVEMBER 2ND INCLUDE A LIVE TALKBACK AFTER THE SHOW! 

Join us after each viewing for an exclusive discussion with:

Original Off-Broadway Cast Members (Oct. 30th)

The Break a Leg Production Team (Oct. 31st)

Student Cast Members from the Movie (November 1st)


*Link will be sent with ticket confirmation

Break a Leg Theater Works


Break a Leg Theater Works is a non-profit youth theater program with a mission to provide exceptional opportunities and experiences to all students interested in the performing arts. We are thrilled to be producing this first of its kind filmed movie musical of "Night of the Living Dead - High School Edition"! Break a Leg has been working directly with composer, lyricist, and book writer Jordan Wolfe on the very first High School Edition and movie version of this Off-Broadway production. The production has been choreographed online by original Off-Broadway cast member Michelle Dowdy, and has been safely filmed and audio recorded one student at a time in green-screen cubicles following Massachusetts COVID safety guidelines.




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