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Danny Boyle's Stage Adaptation Of Frankenstein Coming To The US

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And you really, REALLY don't want to miss this, from what we've heard!

Because of the wild success Danny Boyle's adaptation of Frankenstein has gotten in the UK, at the end of March, select theaters across the US will be broadcasting performances for our enjoyment.

Critics have raved about Danny's interpretation of the piece, as well as his casting stunt to switch the main actors who play Dr. Frankenstein and his creature during select performances. Since there is this twist, there will be two separate performances to get tickets for: March 17th and March 24th.

To see when and where a performance will be shown near you, CLICK HERE for details.

If you don't think the show will interest you, take a look at the trailer (above)…and think again!

Thoughts?

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4 comments to “Danny Boyle's Stage Adaptation Of Frankenstein Coming To The US”



  1. 1

    i wanted to see this so badly but by the time i got the money for tickets, a hotel and the journey to london and back they'd all sold out :-( hopefully there will be a dvd available at some point



  2. 2

    I don't know if I would call it a massive success yet. It's only opening from previews tonight….



  3. 3

    Thank you Sweets ! I wouldn't have known this was coming to The 3rd Rail in Portland if you hadn't tipped us off! I'm buying our tickets now ! Can't wait ! *mwah*



  4. 4

    Absolutely cannot wait. Just got a notice from a local theater the other day they would be screening it and I almost crapped myself with excitement. Nothing more amazing than the combination of Jonny Lee Miller, Benedict Cumberbatch and Danny Boyle. Hoping they'll also release a DVD with BOTH performances. The release of the David Tennant/Patrick Stewart "Hamlet" on DVD gives me hope that they may, especially if the screenings are a success.