SHOCKED shoppers looked on in amazement as a mob of zombies came together to shake, rattle and roll at Griffith Central on Saturday.
The zombie flash mob co-ordinated by local theatre extraordinaire Dona Parise rolled out an enthusiastic 12-minute dance routine, impressing onlookers with their smooth moves.
Mrs Parise was rapt with the performance and said her dance students were "buzzing" afterwards.
The 30-strong group, consisting of six- to 15-year-olds, came up with the idea themselves.
"I wanted the kids to take ownership and I asked the three groups what they wanted to do and this was what they came up with," Mrs Parise said.
"It went really well, the kids had an absolute ball and it was really sweet to see them so happy."
While she was worried the younger students might be frightened by the living dead theme, Mrs Parise said all the dancers took to the task with relish and really got into character.
"It was a lot of fun and the parents were really proud," she said.
"We all got together for the first time last Sunday and we hadn't had a run-through at Central so I was happy it went so well."