Grandma Zombie (Madeline Williamson) attacks a traveling salesman (Taha Mandviwala) who happened to be in town on the wrong day. The University of Kentucky Theatre presents Tim Bauer's satire "Zombie Town: a documentary play," Oct. 3 to 13 at the Guignol Theatre in the UK Fine Arts Building in Lexington, Ky. Photo by Rich Copley | staff.
Grandma Zombie (Madeline Williamson) attacks a traveling salesman (Taha Mandviwala) who happened to be in town on the wrong day. The University of Kentucky Theatre presents Tim Bauer's satire "Zombie Town: a documentary play," Oct. 3 to 13 at the Guignol Theatre in the UK Fine Arts Building in Lexington, Ky. Photo by Rich Copley | staff. Lexington Herald-Leader
Grandma Zombie (Madeline Williamson) attacks a traveling salesman (Taha Mandviwala) who happened to be in town on the wrong day. The University of Kentucky Theatre presents Tim Bauer's satire "Zombie Town: a documentary play," Oct. 3 to 13 at the Guignol Theatre in the UK Fine Arts Building in Lexington, Ky. Photo by Rich Copley | staff. Lexington Herald-Leader

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