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Saturday 11/18
at 7:30 pm

Frankenstein: A Modern Prometheus

Presented by Green T Productions

The Historic Mounds Theatre

1029 Hudson Rd, St Paul, MN 55106

Saturday, November 18 7:30 pm
2017-11-18 19:30:002017-11-18 19:30:00America/ChicagoFrankenstein: A Modern PrometheusMirroring the grotesque creature of Mary Shelley’s iconic novel, scenes of gothic horror are cobbled together with Green T’s signature physical style.  An eerie parade of misshapen beings, a visual nod to the 1931 Karloff film, oversized puppets, and at the center, the heartbreaking, female-centered story of an ambitious medical student who brings a creature to life then shuns it.  Locked out of society, deprived of human contact, understanding and compassion, the creature tragically lashes out.  Twin Cities metro
Sunday, November 19 2:30 pm
2017-11-19 14:30:002017-11-19 14:30:00America/ChicagoFrankenstein: A Modern PrometheusMirroring the grotesque creature of Mary Shelley’s iconic novel, scenes of gothic horror are cobbled together with Green T’s signature physical style.  An eerie parade of misshapen beings, a visual nod to the 1931 Karloff film, oversized puppets, and at the center, the heartbreaking, female-centered story of an ambitious medical student who brings a creature to life then shuns it.  Locked out of society, deprived of human contact, understanding and compassion, the creature tragically lashes out.  Twin Cities metro
Monday, November 20 7:30 pm
2017-11-20 19:30:002017-11-20 19:30:00America/ChicagoFrankenstein: A Modern PrometheusMirroring the grotesque creature of Mary Shelley’s iconic novel, scenes of gothic horror are cobbled together with Green T’s signature physical style.  An eerie parade of misshapen beings, a visual nod to the 1931 Karloff film, oversized puppets, and at the center, the heartbreaking, female-centered story of an ambitious medical student who brings a creature to life then shuns it.  Locked out of society, deprived of human contact, understanding and compassion, the creature tragically lashes out.  Twin Cities metro
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Friday, November 24 7:30 pm
2017-11-24 19:30:002017-11-24 19:30:00America/ChicagoFrankenstein: A Modern PrometheusMirroring the grotesque creature of Mary Shelley’s iconic novel, scenes of gothic horror are cobbled together with Green T’s signature physical style.  An eerie parade of misshapen beings, a visual nod to the 1931 Karloff film, oversized puppets, and at the center, the heartbreaking, female-centered story of an ambitious medical student who brings a creature to life then shuns it.  Locked out of society, deprived of human contact, understanding and compassion, the creature tragically lashes out.  Twin Cities metro
Saturday, November 25 7:30 pm
2017-11-25 19:30:002017-11-25 19:30:00America/ChicagoFrankenstein: A Modern PrometheusMirroring the grotesque creature of Mary Shelley’s iconic novel, scenes of gothic horror are cobbled together with Green T’s signature physical style.  An eerie parade of misshapen beings, a visual nod to the 1931 Karloff film, oversized puppets, and at the center, the heartbreaking, female-centered story of an ambitious medical student who brings a creature to life then shuns it.  Locked out of society, deprived of human contact, understanding and compassion, the creature tragically lashes out.  Twin Cities metro
Sunday, November 26 2:30 pm
2017-11-26 14:30:002017-11-26 14:30:00America/ChicagoFrankenstein: A Modern PrometheusMirroring the grotesque creature of Mary Shelley’s iconic novel, scenes of gothic horror are cobbled together with Green T’s signature physical style.  An eerie parade of misshapen beings, a visual nod to the 1931 Karloff film, oversized puppets, and at the center, the heartbreaking, female-centered story of an ambitious medical student who brings a creature to life then shuns it.  Locked out of society, deprived of human contact, understanding and compassion, the creature tragically lashes out.  Twin Cities metro

Past performances

Friday, November 17 7:30 pm
 
Drama Dance New work

Mirroring the grotesque creature of Mary Shelley’s iconic novel, scenes of gothic horror are cobbled together with Green T’s signature physical style.  An eerie parade of misshapen beings, a visual nod to the 1931 Karloff film, oversized puppets, and at the center, the heartbreaking, female-centered story of an ambitious medical student who brings a creature to life then shuns it.  Locked out of society, deprived of human contact, understanding and compassion, the creature tragically lashes out. 

Heidi Berg Performer
Misty Brehmer Performer
Lisa Conley Costumer
Derek Dirlam Performer
Avian Jangula Performer
Matt Kelly Performer
Matthew Kessen Performer/Dramaturg
Ki Seung Rhee Assistant Director
Erik Sorensen Performer
Loren Vork Props Designer
Ryan Voss Props Designer
Kathy Welch Writer/Director