Successful Zombies Invade Hollywood

Reviews are in! Zombies from the Beyond is a hit.

There is still time to catch this show at the Lex Theatre (through July 20, 2104). Performances run Friday and Saturday evenings at 8pm and Sundays at 3pm.
Check out what the critics thought:

“What will you find? A Russian spy (Eric Sand) in disguise who packs a wallop of a baritone voice…”

—Ellen Dostal, MusicalsInLA.blogstpot.com

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Eric Sand scores high for his resonant vocals and muscular (albeit overdressed) torso.”

—Steven Stanley, StageSceneLA.com

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Eric Sand hits every note with gusto as his character transforms from military man to lover to ridiculously-accented spy to zombie.”

—Toby Brown, NeonTommy.com

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Eric Sand previously appeared in the Lovecraft show in the role of H.P. Lovecraft, himself; the role was eccentric and played so, but here he practically tears out of his skin in an insanely over-the-top, cornball performance that is hysterical to behold.”

—Scott Feinblatt, HorrorWorks.net

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Eric Sand has the most legitimate singing voice.”

—Jonas Schwartz, ArtsInLA.com

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“Zombies From Beyond is a hugely fun musical satire of 1950s sci-fi B-movies featuring a multi-talented cast, spearheaded by the star quality of Amelia Gotham and versatility of Eric Sand.”

—Sandro Monetti, ActorsEntertainment.com

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“As Rick Jones, Eric Sand had the clean-cut assistant down well, and did a remarkable transformation into the spy from behind the Iron Curtain who wanted the alien for his foreign masters. He sang and moved well, and he was fun to watch.”

—Daniel Faigin, CAHighways.org

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Eric Sand is charming as Rick. When his character’s secret is revealed, the transformation is terrific and his song, Big-Wig, is really fun.”

—Beth Fisher, BusyBethFisher.blogspot.com

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“GO! Everyone deserves kudos.”

—Deborah Klugman, LAWeekly

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“The campy and funny elements along with its talented cast and fun score make it a great addition to the Fringe Festival.”

—Victoria Blackburn, LifeInLA.com

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