Culver City Public Theatre Brings Back Plays in the Park
November 18, 2021
Culver City Public Theatre has brought back plays in the park.
The Public Theatre is now presenting "Zombie Thoughts," a live outdoor performance featuring goblins and video games, at Dr. Paul Carlson Park, located at 10400 Braddock.
The outdoor play will be presented at noon on Saturdays and Sundays from now until November 21. Admission is free but pre-registration is required at https://www.ccpt.org/
This family-friendly show is the west coast premiere of "Zombie Thoughts," a choose-your-own-adventure story of video game avatars. One avatar teams with the audience for an interactive quest to help shy and nervous Sam defeat the monsters and win the game.
Starring Jules M. Patrick, Keegan Vernon-Clay, Matt Kim, the play is directed by Sophie Bell, assisted by Scott Hillegas.
"Zombie Thoughts" is written by Oliver Kokai-Means, a ninth-grade playwright and retired actor, and Jennifer A. Kokai, a Utah-based teacher and playwright.
Due to COVID event safety protocols, there will be a limited number of socially distanced "pods" available for reservation for each show. Each pod seats up to 6 people and assignments will be on a first-come, first-served basis. Please arrive early to secure your seats.
Masks will be required for everyone ages 2 and up (regardless of vaccination status) unless they are actively eating or drinking. Please note that all Culver City Public Theatre actors, crew and volunteers are vaccinated.
This performance is made possible in part by the City of Culver City and its Cultural Affairs Commission, with support from Sony Pictures Entertainment and the Culver City Arts Foundation.