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Community Theatre to Present ‘I, Frankenstein’

Posted 6/12/19

Royal Heights Productions will present “I, Frankenstein” on the Bouldin Auditorium stage of Bethel University’s Dickey Fine Arts Building in McKenzie. Curtain times are Thursday, …

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Community Theatre to Present ‘I, Frankenstein’

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Royal Heights Productions will present “I, Frankenstein” on the Bouldin Auditorium stage of Bethel University’s Dickey Fine Arts Building in McKenzie. Curtain times are Thursday, June 13 and Friday, June 14 at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday, June 15 at 7 p.m.

Tickets for the show are $7 for ages 13 and above and $3 for ages 12 and below. They can be purchased in the lobby approximately thirty minutes before curtain time each night.

It will be the premiere production of this original play, which is freely adapted from the Mary Shelley novel Frankenstein. It tells the story of Victor Frankenstein and his creation, giving insight into both sides of the story and how the events leading up to and following the creation’s “birth” ultimately impact both of the characters. This show is rated PG-13.

The play, written and directed by Roy H. Wilhite, Jr., is sponsored by BR Supply, Inc, and Carroll Arts. It contains original music written, composed and performed by Danny Ray Martin.

Included in the cast are: Anthony Acker, Kassie Arnold, Katie Bloodworth, Jalia Brodie, Brady Marr, Jeremiah Olson, Rob Pennington, Stephanie Pennington, Melissa Roberts, Nolan Roberts, Zack Roy, April Stepp, Leah Taylor, Presley Wallace and Dan Webb.

Please come out and support your local community theatre!

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