Night of the Living Dead: The Musical (Jr)

Night of the Living Dead: The Musical (Jr)

In-House Milton Student Mainstage Production!

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The Milton Theatre

110 Union St

Milton, DE 19968

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A Milton Student Mainstage Production of Night of the Living Dead The Musical Jr.

About this event

NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD! THE MUSICAL! is a sidesplitting rock n' roll comedy sendup of the legendary 1968 zombie film. Facing a growing mob of strange, bloodthirsty creatures, three couples seek refuge in an abandoned house...but will they survive the night!? With an infectious original score NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD! THE MUSICAL! has been called this generation's Little Shop of Horrors!

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About Night of the Living Dead: The Musical Jr.


Book, Music and Lyrics by Jordan Wolfe

Based on the feature film Night of the Living Dead by George A. Romero & John A. Russo

In the beginning of 2019, NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD! THE MUSICAL! had a hit Off-Broadway run at New York's Kirk Theatre at Theatre Row. The cast was lead by TV's SMASH alum Jaime Cepero, and also featured Broadway's Michelle Dowdy, Michael Buchanan, Susan J. Jacks, as well as Meg Lanzarone and the show's creator, Jordan Wolfe. Mitchell Walker of RAAC served as director/choreographer.

The Off-Broadway premiere sold out most of its run and received universally rave reviews, enticing theatre fans and horror fans alike!

The show's Off-Broadway transfer came after a sold-out Halloween concert premiere event at Don't Tell Mama. Developmental readings were held at the Rusty Anchor Acting Company (RAAC).

Written in three days and filmed on a shoe string budget, Night of the Living Dead was a $30 million smash when it premiered in 1968, becoming the first indie film to hit major box office success. The movie has earned critical acclaim and remains a cult classic. Still extremely popular today, it’s the Internet Archive's most downloaded film with over 3 million downloads.

​With Night of the Living Dead, writer/director George Romero invented our modern conception of the zombie, a horror movie game changer. It also took on cultural significance as the first horror movie to star an African American actor as its hero. Night of the Living Dead returned to movie theaters across the US in 2018 in celebration of its 50th anniversary. Never copyrighted, the movie is one of of the most famous titles in the Public Domain.

Selected by the Library of Congress for preservation in the National Film Registry, deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant”

AFI’s 100 Years…100 Thrills: 100 Most Thrilling American Films of All Time

97% on Rotten Tomatoes (Higher rating than The Shining or The Exorcist)

The New York Times’ Best 1000 Movies Ever

The Rolling Stone’s 100 Maverick Movies

Empire Magazine’s 500 Greatest Movies of All Time

Time Out’s 100 Greatest Horror Films

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Author: Jordan Wolfe


Jordan Wolfe [Book/Music/Lyrics/Arrangements] is a New York-based actor/singer, writer/composer, arranger, and zombie aficionado.

As an actor, Jordan was in the original Off-Broadway cast of the musical Neurosis at the Daryl Roth Theatre. His other NY credits include lead roles with New York Classical Theatre, Prospect, Musicals Tonight! The Tank, Theatre for a New City, The Duke Theatre, The Kirk at Theater Row, MITF, MTF, and four shows with NYMF. Jordan has also appeared nationwide, starring in plays and musicals at over 15 regional theaters. He has performed as a jazz vocalist at the Iridium Jazz Club, The Cutting Room, and Birdland. His TV credits include Law & Order: Criminal Intent and S.P.L.A.S.H for PBS.

​​Jordan’s work as an arranger/orchestrator includes the new rock musical comedy Suburban Nightmare with Insomnium Theatre. Jordan’s arrangements have been heard at the Arizona Broadway Theatre, Emerald Coast Theatre Company, and numerous New York cabaret venues. His play Lark has been performed at Manhattan Rep and the Wintefest Play Festival. For more, visit

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