Dead White Zombies Troupe Staging ‘Holy Bone’

The avant garde theater troupe has earned a reputation for staging off-the-wall performances. The latest one begins Thursday.

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For lovers of the unusual in Dallas-Fort Worth, the avant-garde theater troupe Dead White Zombies is serving up Holy Bone beginning this evening at Tacos Mariachi, 602 Singleton Blvd., in West Dallas.

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[ Photo via Thomas Riccio/Dead White Zombies ]

Groups of six will be admitted every 10 minutes, according to D Magazine, during the show’s run time from 7:30 to 8:50 p.m.

Audience members will be coaxed on through whispers and codes.

Performances run through May 27. 

The audience is advised to wear walking shoes, as they will be maneuvered through different venues. Audience members will be coaxed on through whispers and codes.

Dead White Zombies has earned a reputation for staging off-the-wall, experimental theater, D Magazine reported. Often the performances breach the walls that separate the performers and the audience, turning the audience into unwitting participants.

The Holy Bone project began in December as pop-up performances around town, presenting a mix of scripted and unscripted scenes and improvised characters.

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Holy Bone is directed by Thomas Riccio and Shelby-Allison Hibbs. Each stage of the Holy Bone will offer another inquiry, insight, and experience. [ PHOTO: Courtesy of Thomas Riccio/Dead White Zombies ]


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