Bigger. Badder. Bloodier.
Evil Dead: The Musical is based on the Sam Raimi 80s cult classic which tells the age old tale: five college kids travel to an abandoned cabin in the woods, boy meets girl, boy expects to get lucky, boy unleashes evil spirit, girl meets the big bad and boy meets chainsaw instead. Friends into lovers, lovers into friends, and friends into Candarian Demons. Mayhem ensues, and don't forget the spectacular singing and dancing. Evil Dead includes hilarious numbers like "All the Men in my Life Keep Getting Killed by Candarian Demons," "Look Who's Evil Now" and "Do the Necronomicon."
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Sit in the front row to get bloody! Bring your whitest whites or get your costume splattered!
Get your evil on! It's Halloween season, come in costume and embrace your endangered soul!
Watch the films before (or after) you see the show!
Visit Evil Dead at the upcoming Halloween Expo learn about some super secret surprises!
...beautifully performed by the players and accompanying band. Evil Dead the Musical is everything that is loved about the movies, campy and cheesier than a plate of nachos, but with the added bonus of everyone breaking into song.
– Cameron Locke, Vancity Buzz
The whole cast hits every note, both musically and comedically, with style….it was easily one of the most entertaining experiences that I’ve had with live theatre.
– Gregory Milne, Living Myth Magazine
If there is one must-see production to get you in the Halloween spirit, Evil Dead is it. It was a bloody good time.
– Cassie Silva, Review Vancouver
The song and dance numbers were slick and downright impressively acrobatic at times....
– Danielle Benzon, Plank Magazine
Evil Dead: The Musical is right where you want to be.
– Xiu Qi Chin, SFU The Peak
Young love, bad puns, dancing demons, shotguns–in a show that consistently makes fun of itself, what’s not to like?
– Lauren Kresowaty, niftynotcool
"For pure acting, comedy, and heart, Evil Dead at the Rothstein can’t be beat," Vancouver Musicals
Colin Thomas from The Georgia Straight said that DSR's production was "solid entertainment."
And Peter Birnie from The Vancouver Sun said "Walters is simply Brilliant".