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How To Come Back From The Dead

By Monster Science Productions

Created by Reverend Matt's Monster Science

Death! Many people would rather not be involved with it. And Reverend Matt’s one-man show “How To Come Back From The Dead” will give you the tips, tricks and techniques you need to defy it, returning as a brain-eating zombie, a restless ghost, a chocolate-cereal-mongering vampire, or any of countless much, much weirder things from mythology, cinema, and cartoon advertising! Don’t return from the grave as a shambling mockery of life without seeing this show!
The creators say this show is appropriate for ages 7-11 and up
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How To Come Back From The Dead 08/02 10:00 PM Mixed Blood Theatre

Pre-sale closed Online sales end at 11:59pm the day before the show, or when 70% of the house is sold.

How To Come Back From The Dead 08/04 7:00 PM Mixed Blood Theatre

Pre-sale closed Online sales end at 11:59pm the day before the show, or when 70% of the house is sold.

How To Come Back From The Dead 08/06 5:30 PM Mixed Blood Theatre

Pre-sale closed Online sales end at 11:59pm the day before the show, or when 70% of the house is sold.

How To Come Back From The Dead 08/09 7:00 PM Mixed Blood Theatre

Pre-sale closed Online sales end at 11:59pm the day before the show, or when 70% of the house is sold.

How To Come Back From The Dead 08/10 10:00 PM Mixed Blood Theatre

Pre-sale closed Online sales end at 11:59pm the day before the show, or when 70% of the house is sold.

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Reverend Matt’s Monster Science – “Part science. Part comedy. All monsters” – is a series of educational talks – slash – comedy shows that debuted in 2012, and has since appeared in numerous venues and pop culture conventions, including the Science Museum of Minnesota, the Minneapolis Institute of Art, and the Ramsey and Washington County library systems. It covers the general subject of “monsters,” an extremely broad topic – prehistoric animals, mythical creatures, movie monsters, and many more besides. The series addresses a very wide and inclusive variety of scientific and cultural topics; evolution and ecology when dinosaurs are being discussed, for example, or the economic reconstruction of post-World War II Japan when the origins of Godzilla come up, and so forth. 

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