Cast Members to Live Perform The Walking Dead: Season One at Comic-Con

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Coming up this weekend at Petco Park for San Diego Comic-Con, Telltale Games and Skybound will be hosting a special The Walking Dead Live Performance event featuring voice actors from the episodic video game series reenacting scenes from Season One, live and in the flesh on stage.

Melissa Hutchison will be there to reprise her role as Clementine, joined by Dave Fennoy as Lee, Gavin Hammon as Kenny, Nicki Rapp as Lilly, Nicole Vigil as Carley, and Adam Harrington as Andy St. John. Adam Harrington will also be subbing in for Terry McGovern to voice his character Larry.

The show begins on Saturday, July 11th at 8pm PST / 11pm EST, with the doors set to open a half hour before the actors take the stage. If you’re in the San Diego area or plan to travel out to attend, day pass tickets to Walker Stalker Fan Fest are available to purchase online for $30 each. (Or you can just purchase admission directly from the East Village entrance to Petco Park.)

Not attending SDCC? Don’t worry about it. The entire event will be livestreamed via Twitch at www.twitch.tv/skybound, so you won’t have to miss a thing.

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