30 Sep
They're baaack - "Night of the Living Dead: A Play in Three Acts" - TNECT at the Bradley Playhouse (Putnam, CT.)

The Theatre of Northeastern Connecticut 

at the Bradley Playhouse 


“Night of the Living Dead: A Play in Three Acts”

Night of the Living Dead at the Bradley Playhouse Opens October 15 and runs through October 31, 2021 

Based upon the classic film by George A. Romero and John Russo. 

Adapted for the stage with new scenes by John F. Carroll.

Directed By Jeremy Woloski

Cast Includes: Timothy Corbett, Tara Golson, Vincent Chaisson, Maegen Kelley, Lily Quinn, Alex Gardner, Ella Woloski.


October 15, 16, 22, 23, 29 and 30, 2021 at 7:30pm 

and October 17, 24 and 31, 2021 at 2:00pm


They’re back and so are we! 

Zombies are pretty hard to chase away, and a great theater company is hard to keep down. 

TNECT at the Bradley Playhouse returns to live theater when it presents Night of the Living Dead, which opens on October 15. 

Tickets are $21.00 for adults and $17.00 for seniors and students. 

It has been a long year and a half since actors invited theater lovers into a world that they created onstage.

All of us at the Bradley Playhouse are excited to welcome you back. 

Things may be a little different, but the power of the stage remains the same. In keeping with the Bradley tradition of presenting something a little spooky in October, we are pleased to bring you Night of the Living Dead, written by John F. Carroll.  

Join us when the unburied dead return to life and seek human victims. 

Seven refugees seek shelter in a house in the Pennsylvania countryside, but the group is at odds as to how they should deal with the situation. 

The TNECT performance of Night of the Living Dead is directed by Jeremy Woloski. 

Timothy Corbett appears as Ben and Tara Golson is BarbaraThe Coopers, Harry, Helen and Karen are played by Vincent Chaisson, Maegen Kelley and Lily Quinn. Alex Gardner is Tom and Ella Woloski appears as Judy. They are supported by a motley collection of townspeople, news reporters, and, dare we say it, Zombies



For your safety, Facial masks are required to be worn at all times while inside the Bradley Playhouse, regardless of vaccination status. 

Masks must be worn completely covering the nose and mouth and must comply with the CDC guidelines for acceptable face coverings. If a patron does not have an acceptable mask, a mask will be provided.


Patrons will need to be fully vaccinated** with an authorized COVID-19 vaccine in order to be permitted to attend events at the Bradley Playhouse.

* Please note: These policies are based on current information and are subject to change. We are committing to the above requirements through October 31st 2021. Leading up to that date, we will review the current situation and any updated guidance from the CDC and the state of Connecticut to determine what changes may need to be made. All policy changes will be communicated on our website, and on our social media platforms. 


The Bradley Playhouse is a 117 year-old vaudeville theatre in the heart of the Putnam antiques and restaurant district in the “Quiet Corner” of Northeastern Connecticut.  Since 1991, the Bradley Playhouse has been managed by the volunteers of The Theatre of Northeastern Connecticut, Inc. (TNECT).  


TNECT produces eight main season shows per year and a number of special fundraising events for The Bradley Playhouse Restoration Fund. TNECT’s mission is to produce and sponsor quality theatre and entertainment for the residents of Northeastern Connecticut and the surrounding areas, to encourage the development of creativity through the support of local artists, and to support education and hands-on experience in the creation, direction, and production of theatre and the performing arts.

The Bradley Playhouse

30 Front Street

PO Box 71

Putnam, CT 06260-1942

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