The Puppet Dead at Proctors

The Puppet Dead poster

This looks like... well, we're not really sure: A show called The Puppet Dead is set to be at Proctors October 26. It's a musical parody of The Walking Dead. With puppets. Blurbage:

Get ready to have your funny bone annihilated as your favorite apocalyptic show gets torn to shreds in this hilarious unauthorized parody ... None of your favorite Walking Dead characters are safe in this razor sharp comedy that delivers laughs and destruction--and did we mention puppets? ...
From the dark creative minds that brought you Kids in the Hall Live, Mythbusters Live, and from the producers of Archer Live! comes The Puppet Dead, a twisted, and hysterical take on the hit series. This new musical parody features survivors (some human, some felt-based life forms) packing some serious comedy ammunition as they slay the undead and lay on the laughter in this infectiously funny farce. Comedy has a new sheriff in town...Will you survive The Puppet Dead?

You know, if the puppetpocalypse ever does come, it might be better to just go gently.

Tickets for The Puppet Dead at Proctors go on sale this Friday, April 1 -- they're $25 and up.

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This looks awesome!!

I really thought this was an April Fool's joke when I got the email about ticket sales...?

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