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A gory, bloody show that is peformed every year during the week of Halloween at the [[UCB Theater]]
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A gory, bloody show that is peformed during the week of Halloween at the [[UCB Theater]]
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Killgore: Resurrection, directed by [[Anthony King]], returned this show to the UCBT stage in 2008 after a two-year hiatus.
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The show was written and first directed by [[Matt Walsh]], with original music by [[Brian Fountain]] added after its original run as a stage play. (Someone please verify this)
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Killgore featured [[Dave Blumenfeld]] and [[Michael Delaney]] in the lead roles in its initial incarnation.  Their roles were reprised by [[Zach Woods]] and [[Chris Gethard]] in 2008.
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The original Killgore was [[Al Bell]].
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This show employs an ungodly amount of fake blood. Copious amounts are sprayed on stage at every possible opportunity.
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Revision as of 10:47, 6 November 2008

A gory, bloody show that is peformed during the week of Halloween at the UCB Theater

Killgore: Resurrection, directed by Anthony King, returned this show to the UCBT stage in 2008 after a two-year hiatus.

The show was written and first directed by Matt Walsh, with original music by Brian Fountain added after its original run as a stage play. (Someone please verify this)

Killgore featured Dave Blumenfeld and Michael Delaney in the lead roles in its initial incarnation. Their roles were reprised by Zach Woods and Chris Gethard in 2008.

The original Killgore was Al Bell.

This show employs an ungodly amount of fake blood. Copious amounts are sprayed on stage at every possible opportunity.


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