With earnest ballads and soaring ensemble numbers, this compelling new musical brings the suspense and romance of the classic tale to life in a uniquely faithful, yet thoroughly innovative adaptation of Mary Shelley's original novel. In his quest to discover the secret of life, Victor Frankenstein, a brilliant young scientist, creates a human of his own design that turns out to instead be a horrifying beast. This is no "Hollywood monster," but a flesh-and-blood man who, while terrifying in appearance, grows to become articulate, cunning, and thirsting for revenge upon the creator who abandoned him. A tragic love story and exploration of humanity, Frankenstein, A New Musical breathes new life into the world-renowned story of man and creator pitted against one another in epic battle. For additional production package information, please see the Overview below. For production package pricing and performance fees, please begin an order.
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The show was produced by Gerald Goehring, Douglas C. Evans, Michael F. Mitri, and David S. While adhering faithfully to the original Mary Shelley text, the creative team nonetheless took advantage of modern stage techniques to create a fluid, nonlinear story that challenged audiences to travel across vast distances and time spans while remaining in a single setting that employed projections, light and sound to paint its epic story. Early drafts of the show were co-written by Mark Baron and Gary P. The production was a hybrid of a film and a live show. Shot cinematically out-of-sequence with multiple cameras and without an audience, the show was nonetheless filmed on a single stage with traditional theatrical lighting. The final product was published on DVD in , but only screened privately for potential backers of future productions. It was produced by David S. An interesting twist occurred during the brief run when star Gaines took sick and co-author Jeff Jackson had to step in at the last minute to perform in the final two performances.
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Dear Victor lyrics. I pray this finds you well. Please now that we miss you Much more than words can tell. Are you consumed with study? Your thoughts a world away From all of those who love you And hope for word each day. I know your passion? I only ask for compromise Please realize, My dream begins with you! Victor Elizabeth it pains me to have to keep this secret from you! How I long to feel your warm embrace, And kill this failure?