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Telltale's The Walking Dead to be performed live during San Diego Comic-Con

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The cast of the first season of Telltale Games' The Walking Dead will reunite for a special event during Comic-Con International in San Diego this weekend: a live performance of scenes from the game, the studio announced today.

Six members of the Season One cast will reprise their roles for the show: Melissa Hutchison (Clementine), Dave Fennoy (Lee), Gavin Hammon (Kenny), Nicki Rapp (Lilly), Nicole Vigil (Carley) and Adam Harrington (Andy). The event will also include the character of Larry, Lilly's father. Terry McGovern provided the voice for Larry in the video game, but since McGovern is unable to make it to Comic-Con, Harrington will also play the part of Larry during the show.

Known as "The Walking Dead Live Performance," the show will take place at 8 p.m. PDT on Saturday, July 11, during the Walker Stalker Fan Fest at Petco Park. The Fan Fest will be open Friday and Saturday; tickets cost $30 for a single day or $55 for a two-day pass. Skybound Entertainment will also be streaming "The Walking Dead Live Performance," along with other activities during the Fan Fest, on its Twitch channel; see below.

The cast members will partake in a Fan Fest panel at 11:30 a.m. PDT on Friday, July 10. That won't be Telltale's only participation in a panel during Comic-Con — the studio will reveal new details about The Walking Dead: Michonne, the miniseries that it announced at E3, at the Skybound Entertainment Celebrates 5 Years panel on Thursday, July 9, at 3:30 p.m. PDT.

You can check out a poster for "The Walking Dead Live Performance" below.

'The Walking Dead Live Performance' poster 800

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