Horror-O-Rama

April 23rd, 2013

As you may have heard from me either on Facebook or Twitter, I’ll be part of an awesome Milwaukee event call Horror-o-Rama! I’ll be reading from my book Washington County Paranormal: A Wisconsin Legend Tripand talking to folks about Wisconsin Sickness! Also, another paranormal group, P.I.M. will be guiding a post event investigation guests can go along on (while I’ll be at home, sleeping, because that’s how I roll).

Here’s excerpts from the official press release from Rockabilly Girl Productions! -J. Nathan Couch

Underground Collaborative Gets Horrific Makeover for Horror-O-Rama

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

MILWAUKEE, Wisconsin (May 03, 2013) – The Underground Collaborative, in the lower level of the Shops of Grand Avenue at 161W. Wisconsin Avenue will be home to Milwaukee’s first annual Horror-O-Rama, produced by Rockabilly Girl Productions, Ltd. A not-so-mini horror festival, Horror-O-Rama will feature international burlesque star Francesca Alfresca, horror stars Deadgar Winter & Dr. Ivan Cryptosis, Paranormal Investigators of Milwaukee, Lumpy of AngryYoung Men, Ltd., music by Savini Effect, horror art, Bloody Mary bar, vendors, Party Girls Pinups, costume contest and much more! Whether you’re a classic horror movie fan or a Walking Dead fanatic there will be something for you here. Horror-O-Rama is from 6p-10p Friday May 3 followed by a paranormal investigation from 10:30p-12a. Extra fee and sign up required to walk along on the investigation. Tickets can be purchased in advance for $10 at HERE or for $15 at the door.

Horror-O-Rama is from 6p-10p Friday May 3rd in the Underground Collaborative, located in the lower level of the Shops of Grand Avenue at 161 W. Wisconsin Avenue downstairs from TJ Maxx. Guests may come and go during the event hours once tickets are purchased or shown at the door. A paranormal investigation of the Underground Collaborative and the empty suite next door will be performed by Paranormal Investigators of Milwaukee from 10:30pm-12am following Horror-O-Rama. Guests with Horror-O-Rama tickets may sign up to walk along with the investigation. Sign up will be first come first serve during Horror-O-Rama and is capped at 20 people. There will be a nominal fee of $5 per person and participants will be asked to sign a liability release. If you wish to participate in the walk along it is also recommended you bring your own flashlight. In addition to performances there will be screenings, presentations, vendor booths, zombie Zumba, a horror themed art show, costumed art model(s), and costume contest at 9p. A more specific schedule of performances will be posted on the Horror-O-Rama Facebook event page and on Brownpapertickets.com at least one week prior to the event. Schedules will also be posted throughout the venue during the event.

Horror-O-Rama is the brain child of Alice Wilson-Stuart, actress and event producer in the Milwaukee theatre community since 1994. Wilson-Stuart is best known for her premiere silent movie style comedic theatre troupe The M.U.T.E.S. founded in 2009. Rockabilly Girl Productions, Ltd. Is Wilson- Stuart’s newly founded company that will produce each of her theatrical, entertainment & art events. An avid horror fan, Wilson-Stuart believes there is a void in Milwaukee for an off season horror event. With the increasing popularity of TV shows like The Walking Dead and Grimm & local events like Night of the Living: the puppet show, she believes now is the time to fill that void and Horror-O-Rama is perfect to to do just that.

For more information about Horror-O-Rama or Rockabilly Girl Productions, Ltd. contact Alice Wilson-Stuart atrockinredhead52@gmail.com or (414) 430.0507. Visit the Horror-O-Rama Facebook event page and follow us on Twitter @BlueHawaii2013 & @Bobosnakes. For more information about The Underground Collaborative visit www.ucmke.org & follow the UC on Twitter @theucmke, @StudioKristelle & @MilwaukeeComedy.

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  1. […] over three months ago to appear in Milwaukee at Rockabilly Girl Production’s first ever Horror-O-Rama, an event which I am thrilled to be a part […]

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