I've seen a lot of plays in my time but any time I have the chance to catch a production of Frankenstein, I take the chance. Considering what my book 'The Midnight Turn' is about, this should come as no surprise to anyone. I'm a massive fan of the story and have indulged in some great (and otherwise) stories inspired by the original classic.
I stumbled on the New Muses production quite by accident when I was out at coffee recently. When I got home, my wife and I immediately decided to get on board for a Friday viewing. I personally expected a very different experience in that I had this vision of a larger space but when we walked in, I was pleasantly surprised. We were able to sit right up front and were pretty damn close to the action. It proved to be one of the most effective uses of this style of theater I'd been to.
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