‘Night of the Living Dead’ Muted For Andrew Alden Ensemble Event

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The contemporary chamber music group, Andrew Alden Ensemble, has made a name for itself by adding original soundtracks to silent films. Last February, the act performed a live score for the 1925 fantasy adventure The Lost World at the Hollywood Theater – on March 30th, they return to take on talkies for a special screening of Night of the Living Dead.

As part of their spring tour, the ensemble will visit the Manor Theatre to host a special midnight performance focused around George Romero‘s classic 1968 zombie film. The work will screen without sound and with subtitles, and will feature musical accompaniment, including an electric guitar, drum set, synthesizer, piano, violin and viola.

Tickets are $10 and are available for purchase at the Manor Theatre website. For a taste of what to expect, watch a trailer for the event below.

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