Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

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The 1815 eruption of Indonesia’s Tambora volcano had a catastrophic effect on climate around the world. In North America and Europe, the following twelve months became known as “the year without summer.” Confined indoors by the relentless rain and cold, a group of friends, including 18-year old Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley and poet Lord Byron, began writing ghost stories to pass the time. Shelley’s tale “Frankenstein” remains, over 200 years later, a work of timeless imagination and power.

Includes a post-play conversation with Leslie S. Klinger, author of The New Annotated Frankenstein.

Original music by John Biddle.

Recorded before a live audience at the UCLA James Bridges Theater in February 2020.

Adapted by: Kate McAll

Director: Anna Lyse Erikson

Producing Director: Susan Albert Loewenberg

An L.A. Theatre Works Full-Cast Performance Featuring:

Seamus Dever as Captain Walton

Adhir Kalyan as Victor Frankenstein

Stacy Keach as The Creature

Cerris Morgan-Moyer as Elizabeth Lavenza, Justine Moritz

Mike McShane as Mr. Davy, Father, Donald

Darren Richardson as Henry Clerval, Judge, Old Man, Hamish

Associate Artistic Director: Anna Lyse Erikson

Recording Engineer and Sound Designer: 

Mark Holden for The Invisible Studios, West Hollywood

Senior Radio Producer: Ronn Lipkin

Foley Artist: Brian DeShazor

Production Manager: Erica R. Christensen

Editor and Mixing Engineer: Charles Carroll

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