About This Show

What happens when outwardly “normal” people snap? Joyce Carol Oates’ Zombie sheds insight into this question by taking you inside the mind of a sexual psychopath.

Awards for Zombie:

Outstanding Solo Show, 2008 FringeNYC Overall Excellence Awards

Best Overall Show, Best Lead Actor, Best Direction, Best Design; Offoffoff Fringe Festival Favorites 2008

Outstanding Male Actor, Talkin’ Broadway 2008


“Shocking . . . a chilling one-man study of perversity . . . Mr.
Connington commits totally to this haunting characterization and leaves us wondering exactly what kind of people are walking the streets alongside us.” –Anita Gates, The New York Times

“Harrowing . . . Connington delivers a haunting characterization . . .
unnerving . . . The piece is further enhanced by Thomas Caruso’s intense staging.” –Frank Scheck, New York Post

“Haunting” –Village Voice

“Ripped from the headlines” –Back Stage

“Murderously good”–WNYC

“Bill Connington’s intense, superbly layered performance . . . is not likely to be soon forgotten by anyone who sees it.”–Theatremania

“Connington is a riveting performer.”–nytheatre.com

“Connington’s performance is simply extraordinary.”–Connecticut Post

“Definitely not to be missed.”–broadwayafterdark.com

Show Details

Running Time: 1hr 15min (0 intermissions)
Dates: Opening Night: February 21, 2009 Final Performance: May 15, 2009
Location: Theatre Row, New York City

410 W 42nd St,

New York,


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