SCOTCH PLAINS —The Union Catholic Performing Arts Company will be presenting its spring musical, “Zombie Prom,” March 23, 24, 30, 31 at 7 p.m. and March 25 at 3 p.m. Tickets can purchased at the door or at www.showtix4u.com and are $8 for students/senior citizens and $15 for standard tickets.
Set in the fabulous 50s, this is the tale of a sweet teenage girl named Toffee and the “rebel without a cause” Jonny whose name is purposefully spelled without the “h”. While the unlikely pairing falls in love at Enrico Fermi High School, the tyrant principal Miss Delilah Strict seeks to intervene and persuade Toffee to break up with the potentially troublesome Jonny.
After a series of unfortunate events, Jonny returns to Enrico Fermi High as a zombie, which ultimately leads to chaos and disorder in the halls of high school. Should zombies be allowed an education? Do zombies have a function in society? Does true love ever die? Answers to these and many more questions are revealed in this hysterically sweet and fun musical.
Starring in the show are seniors Brandon Rotondo of Colonia, Maeve Lynskey of Cranford, Danielle Gruskiewicz of Keasbey, Joe Passantino of Colonia, Meredith McAna of Edison, Gina Gallo of Elizabeth, Megan Roberts of Linden, Juliette Kelliher of Edison, Bradford Lindsey of Edison, Leo Fitzsimmons of Colonia, and freshman Richard Ryngel of Union.
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