JANE AUSTEN'S ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE

Jane Austen's Zombie Apocalypse is the first original play produced by On The Spot Improv. Written and directed by OTS Artistic Director Garrick Paikai, "JAZA" is a response his dislike of the book Pride Prejudice and Zombies and the usage of Jane Austen's "Free Source Characters," However, instead of using the characters from Jane's Novels, Garrick created original characters based on Jane's collective character archetypes from Pride and Prejudice, Sense and Sensibility, and Emma. Garrick also took inspiration from Simon Pegg's and Edgar Wright's movie Shaun of the Dead. This play was originally produced in 2012 and revised in 2013.   

Images from the 2013 cast PR Photos and live performances 

"On the Spot, a troupe from Hawaii, slayed the audience with its silent-movie style improvisations, mugging and maneuvering like actors in some Mack Sennett reel, plying the physical comedy so well you'd think slapstick was a synonym for "sublime."

“On The Spot is one of the most innovative improv groups in the Country.”

-Johnathan Pitts

Executive Producer 

Chicago Improv Festival

-WAYNE ALAN BRENNER

Austin Chronical

 

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