Rated 4 out of 5 by 92
Rated 2 out of 5 by Gmo1 Corny
I'm a big fan of all of Sam Raimi and Bruce Cambell's works. But this was just bad!!!! It was a high school musical.
June 30, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Chris666 Evil Dead the Musical
Awesome show! But... we could hear loud music coming through the wall from another event.
June 30, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by House5 No.
We walked out. This is more of a high school feeling of a production.
June 23, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Manager58 Evil Dead
My kids had front row seats on the splash zone and they had a great time, which is what mattered more to me
June 4, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by CBRadio Completely Awesome Time!
I had SUCH a blast at this show! They encouraged audience participation and it felt like Rocky Horror on steroids. I had a splatter seat and they were NOT stingy with the blood. There's a reason that this show is at the end of the night. If you sit where it splatters, the only thing left to do after that is to go back to your hotel and wash off the blood. I HIGHLY recommend this show to any Evil Dead, comedy, horror, or musical fan!
May 19, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Canabrasileiro An absolute disgust! Walked out... along with several others!!!
This is the only Vegas show or stage production for that matter that I've ever walked out of. And I wasn't the only one to walk out that night! When I walked out, the sympathizing look on the theater attendant's face said it all: people walking out is a common thing with this show.
I loved the movies, and yet this show was an absolute disgust. I sincerely wonder if anyone giving this garbage 5 stars is actually human, or a brain-dead zombie.
If you're a brain-dead zombie, go see it. You might enjoy it even though there will be zero brain for you to enjoy in this brainless production.
If you're a human being... well, you've been warned!!!
April 17, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5
by Kelzy44 Good Friday? GREAT Friday!
My boyfriend and I love the Evil Dead movies, and I have the musical's soundtrack, but we had never seen the musical. We were lucky enough to find a sale on the VIP seats, and went on Good Friday during spring break.
The preshow was great, with all the zombie/deadites interacting, making stupid puns, and being genuinely hilarious. Or VIP seats were in the first row behind the Splatter Zone, in a very intimate little theater. The warnings were projected, including their uses of strobe lights, fog machines, profanity, bad puns, and tons of fake blood. After the obligatory "no cell phones/ no cameras" spiel (which was hysterical), the show began.
At first I wasn't entirely sold on the guy playing Ash, as he seemed a little stiff. However, as the show wore on, he loosened up and was an excellent physical comedian. The other characters were well-cast, but Linda and Cheryl's microphones kept cutting out. The Deadite masks were actually a very clever way to deal with the sometimes quick conversion back and forth to the dark side. We were laughing so hard!
Then at intermission, some of the characters came out and there was a lot of fake blood for the splatter zone. And I mean a lot! But it was all in good fun, and absolutely hilarious.
The second act continued with its awesomeness, including some great jokes about Las Vegas and an inspired Good Friday joke (one character's ghost appeared in the form of Jesus, after which Ash quipped, "Don't worry, he'll be back in three days anyway!"). The show ended with a reprise of the big dance number, Do the Necronomicon, so we could dance along, and an invitation to get our photos taken with the cast in the S-Mart (Shop smart! Shop S-Mart!). The cast was very sweet, and my face hurt from smiling. Well, well worth it, but next time we will definitely spring for seats in the splatter zone!
April 12, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by guidolupe Nice intimate theater to get covered in blood!
This was a highlight of our Vegas trip. Get seats in the splatter zone as it is the best way to see the show. If you are a fan of horror movies, this play will delight you with lots of music, humour and laughs! I tell all my friends that come to Vegas to catch this show!
April 3, 2015