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Zombie musical debuts just in time for Halloween

By John Thain 12:23 AM October 15, 2013

Alaska Fine Arts Academy presents “Shake Rattle and Rot! The Zombie Musical”

EAGLE RIVER – “Shake Rattle and Rot!” It’s a teenage zombie musical put on by the Alaska Fine Arts Academy.

CBS 11 photojournalist John Thain takes us to the undead uprising in Eagle River, but don’t worry — these aren’t your typical zombies.

The show runs every Friday and Saturday night at 7 p.m. through the month of October at the Alaska Fine Arts Academy building in Eagle River. The cost is $14 for adults.

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