A distinguished panel will convene to discuss their memories of George A. Romero, and his legacies for the cinema, the horror genre, the city of Pittsburgh, and the lives of his friends, family, and collaborators. Guests include Suzanne Desrocher-Romero, Tina Romero, actress Lori Cardille (Day of the Dead), actress Christine Romero (Martin, Knightriders, Creepshow, Monkey Shines), actor Terry Alexander (Day of the Dead) actress Gaylen Ross (Dawn of the Dead, Creepshow), actor/director/composer John Harrison (Creepshow, Day of the Dead, Diary of the Dead), producer/sound engineer Gary Streiner (Night of the Living Dead), actor/producer Russell Streiner (Night of the Living Dead), director/sound recordist Tony Buba (Dawn of the Dead, Martin, Day of the Dead), and authors Daniel Kraus (The Living Dead – forthcoming, co-authored by Romero) and Steven Schlozman (The Zombie Autopsies).
Admission is Free!
Unfortunately, Greg Nicotero will not be able to attend.
Presented by the University of Pittsburgh Humanities Center & the Carnegie Museum of Art.