Review On George A. Romero’s NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD


Radomir Vojtech Luza

Non-Registered Critics


In the end, “Night of the Living Dead” succeeds because of, not despite, its power as a new theatrical adaptation.

The marriage of Romero and Krieger not only has horror fans everywhere excited, but theatregoers not familiar with the genre.

Both should be happily surprised and contented with the final product.

The Halloween treat proves once and for all that The Group Repertory Theatre is not afraid of bold risks and sharp turns.

Under the steadying influence of Co-Artistic Directors Larry Eisenberg and Winfield, who are both stepping down at the end of the year after nine miraculous years of service,  the ensemble has proven that it can produce and cast shows as different, experimental and edgy as this one without a second thought.