Frankenstein-Stop Action Shelley

STOP ACTION SHELLEY – A DIFFERENT LOOK AT FRANKENSTEIN

 

 

Exclusive one-night-only collaboration between the Southwest Shakespeare Company and ASU’s Center for Science and the Imagination.

Key scenes from the world premiere stage adaptation of Mary Shelley’s gothic novel are performed. The action of the play is stopped to break down the themes, history, references and nuances of both the script and the book from which it was adapted.
The evening features:
  • David Guston, Director of the School for the Future of Innovation in Society, and editor of the new annotated edition of the novel written for its Bicentennial
  • Patrick Walsh, Senior Associate Artistic Director of the Southwest Shakespeare Company and director of the stage adaptation
  • Quinn Mattfeld, Producing Artistic Director of Southwest Shakespeare Company and the adaptation’s playwright.
  • Q&A following performance – audience participation highly encouraged.

INFORMATION


One ticket – three events!  Stop Action Shelley / Showing of classic 1931 James Whale film version of Frankenstein / ASU Chamber Orchestra
For details and information about all three events: CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS  

 

Stop Action Shelley

Date: Saturday, October 20, 2018
Time: 4:30-5:30pm (doors open at 4:00 pm)
Location: ASU Gammage  1200 S Forest Ave   Tempe, AZ 85281

 

Tickets:  General Admission: $35   includes admission to all three events
VIP Ticket: $75   Includes VIP reception with actors, director & playwright following play, complimentary reserved parking, gift bag, book, premium seating, admission to movie with premium reserved seating.

 

To Purchase Tickets:  Click Here

 

For more information or questions:  please call Amie at 480-435-6868 or email at amie@swshakespeare.org