In this play, the teenagers of a suburban neighborhood become addicted to an online video game that mimics their own subdivision–chock full of zombies and disturbingly familiar houses. As their parents struggle to pull the plug on this trend, the teens find out what truly lies beyond the Final House. Event Nights: March 11, guests are invited to a post-show Opening Night Boh-st (Boh toast) after the performance; March 13, audiences are invited to a Potluck for Suburban Professionals in line with Neighborhood 3’s commentary on suburbia. Guests are invited to bring a dish and dress up in their “yuppiest” duds. One dish merits a $3 discount on tickets. The event will occur at 6:15 before the 7 p.m. show. Sunday matinee-goers may also return with a program to participate in the party. March 19 audiences are encouraged to revisit high school and the after life with GMT’s Zombie Spring Semi-Formal with food, drinks, music, and a costume contest following the 8 p.m. show.
Continuing its top-notch debut season, Glass Mind Theatre debuts Jennifer Haley’s Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom this weekend at the LOF/t. It takes place in an affluent subdivision of well-maintained lawns and indistinguishable houses and parents, where everything has such a patina of perfection about it that the whole thing feels resoundingly off.
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