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Evil Dead: The Musical at Stageworks Theatre

Get into the Halloween spirit with a spooky, fun musical certain to make you scared and laugh all at the same time.

SAINT PETERSBURG, Fla. — Stageworks Theatre in Tampa is kicking off its season with a musical comedy titled, Evil Dead: The Musical. It’s based on the cult horror movie classic with the same name. Producing Artistic Director Karla Hartley and actress Hannah Bergman joined Great Day Live to talk about the live, on-stage production which is the company’s first since the start of the pandemic. Hartley describes the show as a ridiculously funny spoof of the entire horror movie genre. Evil Dead: The Musical is a partnership with the University of Tampa. The show runs Friday, October 13 through Sunday October 31. For tickets, visit www.stageworksTheatre.org.

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