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October 17, 2013 4:55 PM

‘The Zombie’ rises at Wichita Community Theatre

An undead invasion is under way at the Wichita Community Theatre. A staging of Tim Kelly’s “The Zombie” debuted Thursday and will run weekends through Nov. 3. It’s a production that will have audiences wading into swamps and through a spooky mansion as the characters on stage attempt to outwit a hypnotist whose aim is to turn them into mutant laborers. The show’s director says the play is a hilarious story full of twists and surprises.

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