Be Bold! Productions revives its musical adaptation of Mary Shelley's horror classic. Obsession, desire, and ambition are explored through the eyes of a mad scientist and his ungodly creation. More…
This musical brings the beloved novel to life with steampunk flair. It follows the ill-fated life of the ambitious Dr. Frankenstein, who creates a monster and is forced to face the monster within. 'Frankenstein' features songs by Michael Sgouros and Brenda Bell played by a live chamber ensemble.
See it if you like the story in songs where some were powerful, some very lovely and sweet, and some sounded the same. Intimate feeling to the theater
Don't see it if you don't like too much singing of some long songs that sounds repetitive.
See it if You like a cast of talented actors with a story line and musical song numbers in between. The lead actor playing Frankenstein was great.
Don't see it if You like modernized twists on stories. And movement within the aisles of a play or stage
See it if You like modern music around retelling a of old tales, a cast who were “all in” with their performances, creative use of space for staging
Don't see it if You need fancy sets, perfect singing, don’t care for modern music
See it if You want to see a show with potential. Like experimental imstrumentation. Want to see the original story told.
Don't see it if You want perfection and are not into off-Broadway smaller productions.
See it if You’re desperate to see a Frankenstein tale that focuses on Mary Shelley.
Don't see it if “Frankenstein: The Musical” makes you expect a musical version of Frankenstein.
Also Robert Fairchild’s artistry needs support from the text
See it if You like live music, are ok with a semi-professional production and don't need the Monster to be even remotely scary.
Don't see it if You have other options for the evening, get easily distracted, or can't sit still if the production isn't exactly riveting.
See it if you follow every Frankenstein story and want to see a bold musical based on this familiar classic.
Don't see it if you are looking for something of high quality that is meaningful, unique, entertaining or thought-provoking.
See it if You are dying to see an adaptation of the book and are okay watching crummy singers try to act.
Don't see it if You love the book. It's one of my favorites and I was extremely disappointed by the book. The score was pretty good, but the actors weren't.
See it if If you have too much free time and love wasting money. If you’re a fan of weird choreography go ahead. If you want to support small cast.
Don't see it if I couldn’t tell if the it was the bad acting or the awful dialogue that ruined the show for me. A highschool could do better.
See it if You're familiar with the story and want to see a new take on it.
Don't see it if You're easily frightened or a stickler to the classic plot.
See it if You enjoy serious content and are prepared to be intellectually challenged. This show deals with philosophical issue of Creator and Creation
Don't see it if If you think it's just gross to make a human out of dead bodies' leftovers. If your relugion doesn't allow that kind of exploration.
See it if you are into horror and intelligent, thoughtful plays. It is, hands down, one of the most thrilling shows I've ever seen on stage.
Don't see it if you are easily offended. It gets into some pretty deep topics, nudity, theological questions, and a horrific rape scene.
See it if You want to be entertained. See beautiful costumes, good writing and singing. You want to hear an interesting take on Frankenstein.
Don't see it if You do not have an open mind. Don't like singing. You don't want to be entertained
See it if You want to see the story done in a new refreshing way. If you can leave preconceived ideas home. If you want to see a good story
Don't see it if You are a theatre snob, have preconceived ideas. If you think you've seen it all or are not a fan of musicals.
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