EVIL DEAD THE MUSICAL welcomes onstage wedding

wedding-cakeEvery since October of 2013, EVIL DEAD THE MUSICAL has remained the only show on the Las Vegas Strip to allow fans to get married onstage.

 

One such couple is Kimberly Ann Reilly & Brent Michael Addison from New York. This horror-loving couple have been together for nearly 3 years and have decided to tie the knot at the most unique wedding venues in Las Vegas – EVIL DEAD THE MUSICAL!

 

The couple loves horror films and they go to Chiller twice a year. Kimmy always wanted to get married in Las Vegas and Brent’s favorite films are the EVIL DEAD series. This was a marriage made in heaven for the bloodiest production in Sin City!

 

Kimmy and Brent are in their thirties. They met at a St. Patricks Day party in 2012 which they call “love at first sight”. Brent lived in Pittsburgh and Kimmy lived in Brooklyn. After 3 months of trying a long distance relationship, Brent packed his bags and moved to NY so they could be together. They were engaged on a Friday the 13th and are getting married on a Friday the 13th, 4 days before their 3rd anniversary.

They have friends and family members coming from all over the country, maybe even as far as St. Kitts..

Members of the media are invited to the evening, where the couple, the cast of the show, and Sirc Michaels will be available for photos and interviews. Videos and pictures will not be permitted during the show itself, but are more than welcome at the ceremony during the intermission.
 

About Evil Dead: The Musical
Endorsed by Bruce Campbell and embraced by Sam Raimi, EVIL DEAD THE MUSICAL is the official live stage show of the cult classic film trilogy. Combining multimedia, live performance, audience participation, and 4D elements, this award-winning musical comedy has been painting the Strip bloody since June 2012. Performances can be seen nightly at the V Theater inside Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino.

 

Written by
Ash Hamilton is not only the owner of Horror-Fix.com, but also one of its major contributors. A long time horror movie enthusiast, Ash has lent his personality to radio and television and continues to support his favorite genre through his writing and art. He also loves beef jerky and puppies... and low-grade street-quality hallucinogens.

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