•Classical / Shakespeare / Greek
Frankenstein A Live Radio Play
Enjoy the 200th Anniversary of the classic Gothic novel, Frankenstein with a live theatrical adaptation and production from Screen Plays.
REUBEN TAPP plays a haunting Frankenstein creature, tormented by society and his desire to find love in a world that only rejects him. Mary Shelley wrote Frankenstein: or the Modern Prometheus during the Romantic Era, publishing it in 1818.
Directed by Karen Tuccio, Screen Plays production unearths the story of Victor Frankenstein, played by Sean Michael Smith, set out to create life – using corpses stolen from graveyards. During a raging storm, he is successful but, too late, realizes he has created a misshapen, inarticulate horror. So begins a haunting tale of creature vs. creator.
This Screen Plays 1940’s radio-style drama features: Theatrical lighting, vintage commercials, golden Age radio equipment, period costumes, and extensive sound effects!
October 9-13 at MuCCC
October 17 & 20 at The Record Archive
Wed, Oct 97:30pm
Thu, Oct 107:30pm
Fri, Oct 117:30pm
Sat, Oct 122pm
Sat, Oct 127:30pm
Sun, Oct 132pm
Thu, Oct 177pm at The Record Archive
Sun, Oct 202pm at The Record Archive