GREAT FALLS- Act Normal Theatre hosted their fourth annual Zombie Walk for charity on Sunday where zombies converged upon the band shell in Paris Gibson Park.
For people who were not “turned,” free zombie face paintings were available.
The idea for the event was born four years ago when the troupe was asked by a radio DJ why they didn’t do a zombie walk.
The Theatre chooses a different charity each year and the proceeds this year are going to the Great Falls Public Library Foundation.
They are also accepting non-perishable food items to be donated to the Helping Hand food pantry.
“It’s perfect, perfect time of year,” Act Normal Theatre Managing Director Tianta Stevens said. “Opportunity to get into costume again, network with the community, give back to the community, and just have some fun.”
Act Normal Theatre is best known for putting on their murder mystery theater dinner shows at the 3D International restaurant in Black Eagle.
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