EVIL DEAD THE MUSICAL has taken up residency in Sin City on Fridays at 10pm and Saturdays at 11:30pm, with ticket prices ranging from $39.99 to $59.99. BroadwayWorld has a video trailer of the show below.
This unique production combines multimedia, live performance, audience participation, and 4D elements to take audience members into its world. From undead ushers to blood spraying out into the audience, this musical comedy is bringing a new type of entertainment to the Vegas Strip, and the people behind it are determined to make a lasting impression.
The show is produced and directed by Sirc Michaels, who has brought a level of audience interaction to the production that belies his past work with another cult classic - The Rocky Horror Show. This show, however, trades in g-strings for rotting flesh and corsets for a chainsaw. It is a full length show, with an intermission - something few shows on the Strip can pull off, and a testament to the producer's determination to present "full" works to the audience, rather than create "tab" shows that fit better in Vegas venues.
The show stars Ben Stobber as Ash (a role made famous by Bruce Campbell), Nicole Unger as Annie, Lorie Palkow as Cheryl, Mickey Roark as Scott, John Tomasello as Jake, Sarah Willick as Linda, and Matthew Antonizick as Ed.
V Theater is located at 3663 Las Vegas Blvd #360, Las Vegas, Nv. Call 702-260-7200 or 1-866-932-1818 or go online at http://www.vtheater.com/evil_dead.html for more information.
The best seats for avoiding blood, though not necessarily the best seats in the house for catching all of the action. These are for people who want to watch the show with a minimal risk of getting covered in blood. VIP seats are $49.95 + taxes and fees. Next to the Splatter Zone, these are the best seats in the house. These are for people looking for great views of the action and the stage, but still want to stay out of the direct line of fire for blood. VIP Splatter Zone seats are $59.95 + taxes and fees. Includes an exclusive t-shirt, the best seats in the house, and ever-coveted bragging rights. These are the seats for people looking for the "fully immersed" experience. The most action, the most excitement, and the wildest times tend to be had by the people in these seats.