The undead are coming to the Chicago stage this Halloween season, as WildClaw Theatre Company presents the world premiere of Hell Followed with Her, a zombie western written by Bill Daniel and directed by Josh Zagoren (WildClaw Artistic Director) live at the Den Theatre.
The plot follows Willow Parker, who spent two years searching for a man until she finally finds him in a small Texas town. The only problem getting in the way of her long-awaited revenge is the horde of zombies trailing behind her. This bloody tale of the good, the bad, and the undying horror that’s coming to get them all is WildClaw’s 15th production over the course of the 12 years they’ve been bringing spine-chilling horror to the Chicago stage.
Runs October 14th through November 9th on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Monday nights. Press Opening: October 14th; Industry Night: Monday nights. All events begin at 7:30pm. Tickets: Previews $15 (Oct. 11th-12th); Regular Run $30 ($15 Industry). Located at The Den Theatre, 1333, N. Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, IL.
Starring: Ardarius Blakley, Kim Boler, Polley Cooney, Krista D’ Agostino, Brittany Ellis, Nora King, Gregory Madden, Savanna Rae, Sophia Rosado, Cat McKay, Ashley Yates, and George Zerante.
The production team consists of Conchita Avitia (Lighting Designer), Rose Hamill (Production Manager), Sebby Harrison (Sound Designer), Norine McGrath (Assistant Director; Gore & FX, WC Company Member), Jose Nateras (Dramaturg), Satoe Schechner (Costume Designer), Adelina Feldman-Schultz (Casting Director), Rachel Watson (Props), Greg Williamson (Technical Director), Rachel Watson and Greg Williamson (Co-Scenic Designer), Bonnie White (Make-Up Designer), Claire Yearman (Fight Director).
WildClaw is celebrating their 12th year bringing the world of horror to the stage. We attract an audience craving strange journeys of dread, suspense, and wonder: Horror Theatre. The name “WildClaw” pays homage to the late, great Chicago actor, writer, and raconteur – the much loved and missed Ray Wild, otherwise known as “The Claw.”