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    Zombies, vampires, and other strange beings have returned to the Alley Theater for the second annual InHuman: A Festival of New American Undead Theater, starting tonight.

    The InHuman festival will feature three mainstage shows and six shorter shows (called "Bits and Pieces").  The mainstage ones include Goblin Universe, Suckers, and The Church of Saint Bearer.  Goblin Universe features a down-on-his-luck man who attempts to find all the supposed "mythical" creatures, which really do exist.  

    Suckers, meanwhile, focuses on a possible partnership between a gay vampire leader and a straight female counterpart.  

    Finally, The Church of Saint Bearer looks at a priest attempting to protect his congregation from the undead outside.  

    Meanwhile, six shorter plays will take up residence at Alley Theater during the three week festival.  Shows include: Masque of the Red Death, PoSETHion, Darkness, Fang, To Kill a Zombie, and Bedford's Sty.  

    Performances of the mainstage shows will happen in Alley Theater's Ron Tasman Mainstage Theater, and the Bits and Pieces will happen in the Clint Vaught Experimental Theatre, also within Alley Theater's confines.  The festival runs Apr. 4-19, and Alley Theater is located at 1210 Franklin Street in the Butchertown section of Louisville.

    Several ticket packages, ranging from $20-$45 per person, and single tickets are available for each show.  Single tickets for the Bits and Pieces shorts are $12, and the mainstage shows are $15-$20, depending on the show.  

    More information on exact show lineup and ticket prices can be found at the Alley Theater website.

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    A near life-long resident of Louisville, Brian has written for since spring 2010. He has also written for various publications and online sites, including the Mount Vernon Democrat and Louisville Catholic Sports. Brian spends most of his free time enjoying the theatre scene, hanging out at the nearest coffee shop, and enjoying life.

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