It was an arduous adventure and many walked in, but few left victorious. Our buy cialis online post apocalyptic cast has risen from their graves. Behold! THE CAST OF ZOMBIE MARCH MADNESS!!!
THE LAST DAYS by Carlos Cisco
Alessandro Colla as Valentine Cardilla
Keith Elijah Fasciani as Miguel Dileo
Evangeline Fontaine as Larina Cardille
Mackenzie Knapp as Shepard Savini
ZOMBIE FRAT HOUSE BASH by Steve Strangio
Lacy Allen as Melinda
Lee’at Bruhl as Monique
Matthew Glogowski as Zack
Christopher Lee as Chad
Eb Madson as Bobo
Noah Pielow as Thud
Jay Thomas as Skull
ZOMBIE GLASS MENAGERIE by Matthew Kreiner (and Tennessee
Kara Addington as Amanda
Melissa Gonzalez as Laura
J. Steinberg as Jim
James Weirich as Tom
TMZ TV: TOO MANY ZOMBIES by Jamie King
Alessandro Colla as Al
Megan Lee as Megan
Chris Payseur as Chris
Michael Tyler as Michael
This March. The Madness begins.
The Last Days by Carlos Cisco
TMZ TV by Jamie King
by Steve Strangio
Menagerie by Matthew Kreiner
This is your warning. Be prepared.
Casting for the first EndTimes Bunker Readings has finished!
Take a look at the brave men and women who will be taking on brand new work from
both John Patrick Bray and Matthew Kreiner! This is all a very exciting adventure and be sure to catch the results November 14th and November 18th! All shows
at the 133rd Street Arts Center
(308 West 133rd Street). All shows are FREE!
November 14th, 2012 @ 7PM
Directed by Jenna Dempesy
Written by Matthew Kreiner
Fight Choreography by Jeremy Pape
Kevin P. Smith
November 18th, 2012 @ 6PM
Directed by Jerrod Bogard
Written by John Patrick Bray
* Actors courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association.
Dark and satirical – sometimes sci-fi, sometimes horror, always entertaining – ET Bunker’s theatrical work pushes the boundaries of contemporary ideals by testing taboos and challenging audiences.
EndTimes Bunker announces it’s very first season! We present, onto thee, the three main stage productions for 2012 – 2013!
R.U.R.: Rossum’s Universal Robots
Written by Karel Capek
Debuting as part of the 2012 Vignettes for the Apocalypse Festival (September 19 – 30th, 2012)
Written in 1920, R.U.R. is the grandfather of the modern science fiction genre as the play that coined the word “Robot.” On an isolated island, Rossum’s Universal Robots are manufactured and sold around around the world. The factory is run by an idealistic man named Harry Domin who believes that the Robots will elevate man to the status of kings. However, soon the Robots have their own idea of what their future holds.
The ultimate stand-off between Man and Robot by the very first writer to ever conceive of the
The Last Days
Written by Carlos Cisco
March 7th – 24th, 2013
A unique look at the zombie drama (that’s right, we said drama) about what does a man do when he knows he only has a few hours left, a sister and lover to leave behind, and stuck in a shack surrounded by zombies. This touching and intelligent drama focuses on the people in the oncoming zombie apocalypse and how they react to the world around them.
Written by Moliere
July 10th – 28th, 2013
There’s too much Shakespeare out
there in the summer time. So EndTimes mixes it up a little and gives you what you always wanted: the French with The Miser. In a world full of fat cats, greed, and economic troubles while the Wall Street elite spend spend spend. The Miser is set in that world as a farce filled with mistaken identities, misunderstandings, misnomers… and Misers.
Stay tuned for MORE announcements about the exciting new season of the EndTimes Bunker