Werewolves, Zombies And More: Zombie Town At The Hippodrome
Hippodrome actor Logan Wolfe in a WUFT studio with reporter Sarah Daly.
This Halloween season, the Gainesville Hippodrome State Theatre is bringing Zombie Town: A Documentary Play to the stage. WUFT News sat down with actor Logan Wolfe to talk about the upcoming show.
The play premieres Oct. 11 at 8 p.m. and runs through the first week of November.
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