FRANKENSTEIN: DAWN OF A MONSTER by David Emerson Toney. Directed by Leslie Kobylinski. Featuring: Allyson Currin, Sun King Davis, Shannon Dorsey, Ray Ficca, Rick Foucheux, David Bryan Jackson, Stan Kang, Liz Mamana, and Chris Stezin.
"I will have love." This new dramatic interpretation of Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein" fuses events from Shelley's life with scenes inspired by her novel. Betrayal and anger set Shelley and The Monster on a violent path through 19th century London as their worlds collide and shatter into violence. Humorous and tragic, David Emerson Toney's FRANKENSTEIN: DAWN OF A MONSTER chronicles Mary Shelley's triumph over self-destruction.
Every generation finds new relevance in ancient stories, and so it is that MODERN GREEKS at THE ROSE looks to the future by re-examining, re-imagining and re-inventing great myths to explore the ever-changing world we live in.
MODERN GREEKS is part of the FIRST DRAFT at The Rose New Play Reading Series. FREE ADMISSION! No reservations necessary but we'd be happy to have a seat waiting for you. Click here if you'd like to make a reservation.