Frankenstein's Monster is Drunk
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Frankenstein's Monster is Drunk
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Frankenstein's Monster is Drunk NYC Reviews and Tickets

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Funny, Quirky, Delightful, Entertaining, Refreshing

Frankenstein’s monster is freed from a glacier he froze in after giving up on his Hollywood career.



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Member Reviews (8)

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656 Reviews | 129 Followers
89
Absorbing, Entertaining, Funny, Refreshing

See it if The Monster gets a second chance at life. Takes place in the studio theater, with audience participation.

Don't see it if want a serious show or true story.

484 Reviews | 130 Followers
88
Don't miss it, New take on the legend, Close up & personal, Imaginative staging, Hilarious

See it if small scale, over the top, wildly imaginative, irreverent stagings R 4 U, always surprising, goofy, a little insane, and delving into pathos

Don't see it if U need space, lost sense of humor years ago, need production VALUES, fear audience participation, abhor silliness, legends can't B mocked

357 Reviews | 108 Followers
85
Original, Refreshing, Funny, Delightful

See it if You want to see a delightful and original take on Frankenstein’s return to life. It was a very creative production in an small setting.

Don't see it if Off beat and quirky stories are not your style. I enjoyed the wonder of this play.

308 Reviews | 56 Followers
91
Exciting energetic troupe

See it if Highly original funny piece performed by an immensely talented cast - a brilliantly choreographed romp with a real story (not just absurdity

Don't see it if You're expecting something scary.The most endearing Frankenstein monster ever.Also, despite the title, there are no sheep. Don't be disappoi

117 Reviews | 14 Followers
79
Confusing, Imaginative, quirky, silly

See it if A play with boundless imagination, a bit silly and humorous.

Don't see it if Not into quirky plays. Read more

29 Reviews | 14 Followers
80
Great staging, Quirky, Slow, Romantic, Clever

See it if You like tiny black-box shows that inventively use barebones sets, stories that riff on well-known characters, and are a romantic at heart

Don't see it if You don't like fantasy but prefer kitchen-sink realism, or prefer stories that are heavily plot-driven rather than meandering

28 Reviews | 3 Followers
82
Imaginative, Delightful, Entertaining, Funny, Quirky

See it if Love little shows that dream big. Very clever use of the stage and limited set pieces. Charming as hell all around.

Don't see it if You don't want to see a small show in a small space or you don't care about a fun revision of cultural history.

110 Reviews | 12 Followers
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97
Intelligent, Hillarious, Brilliant

See it if you want to experience what theater can and should be.

Don't see it if you don't have a sense of humor.

Critic Reviews (6)

The New York Times
January 17th, 2023

"With a nimble and inventive cast of four, it is a fast-moving comedy that dares to tip into poignancy."
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The Wall Street Journal
January 19th, 2023

“Ms. Seaton’s adaptation closely tracks the strange switchbacks and surprises of Mr. Booth’s prize-winning story—which is quite an accomplishment given how many manic turns the tale takes.”
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Talkin' Broadway
January 17th, 2023

"Sometimes funny, often silly, occasionally surrealistic, it's all rather like a made-up fairy tale, a product of a child's imagination, or the dreamy musings of a group of playful grownups under the influence of weed."
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New York Stage Review
January 17th, 2023

"Humor, horror and a little pathos mix nicely in this intimate, quirky import from Northern Ireland."
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Theater Pizzazz
January 17th, 2023

"The show, at its best, is a celebration of imaginative theatricality."
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Theaterscene.org
January 15th, 2023

This cheeky continuation saga of the famous Monster has been wildly, yet sensitively adapted for the stage by devisor and director Zoë Seaton. Ms. Seaton’s ingenious small-scale epic-style, and fast-paced staging in a contained theater has actors in the audience, patrons given bingo cards and numerous entrancing tableaus and marvelous musical and dance sequences.
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