Auditions for "Frankenstein Unplugged" and "Bull in a China Shop"
will be held September 11, 6-9 pm - ROOKE THEATRE with Callbacks Tues, September 12, 6-9 pm
"Frankenstein Unplugged" a retelling of Mary Shelley's classic novel by Jonathan Yukich, directed by Noah Tuleja is an ensemble based show with 8-10 actors.
Rehearsals will begin immediately for performances October 22-25, 2017
Victor Frankenstein, obsessed with finding the secret to recreating life succeeds, but fearing he has overstepped the bounds of science, abandons his creation and the promise to make it a mate. The Creature, betrayed and forsaken, vows to ruthlessly destroy all that his creator loves and cherishes. With its fast-paced narration and eerie landscape, this version of Frankenstein reminds us how contemporary and alive Shelley's masterpiece remains.
"Bull in a China Shop" by Bryna Turner '12, directed by Molly Paige '18 has a cast of 5. Performances December 7-10, 2017
Inspired by real letters between Mary Woolley, MHC's 11th President, and Jeannette Marks spanning 1988-1937. This fast-paces comedy asking What is revolution? What does it mean to be at odds with the world? How do we fulfill our potential? How the hell do we grow old together?
"A pugnacious, tender and gloriously funny new play. Bryna Turner makes an immensely auspicious professional playwriting debut. "Bull in a China Shop" is passionate, joyous and radiant with life!" -- The New York Times
Signup sheet is located outside room 102 Rooke Theatre
Location: Rooke Theatre is located at the south side of campus at the corner of Lower Lake Rd. and Morgan St. across from the Gorse parking lot.