Frankenstein: The Trouble Puppet Show

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Frankenstein: The Trouble Puppet Show says
"Whimsical," "hilarious, "amazing" —Austin Theatre Examiner

Frankenstein: The Trouble Puppet Show is a spectacular work of puppet theater, adapted from Mary Shelley's classic novel by Trouble Puppet Artistic Director Connor Hopkins. Departing widely from both the original novel and subsequent adaptations, this production spins a tale of steampunk science that escapes from an abandoned Romanian asylum and makes its way over land and through the sewers to Paris during the Reign of Terror.

This is a signature Trouble Puppet show (first performance since 2010!) created by the company that brought Austin award-winning productions of The Jungle, Riddley Walker, Toil and Trouble, The Cruel Circus, The Head, The Crapstall Street Boys, Hyde & Jekyll, and Wars of Heaven.

Tickets are at . Come early in the run for the best prices!

**Halloween Party after the show 10/31! Come in costume!**

10/29-11/22/15, Salvage Vanguard Theater, 2803 Manor Rd, Austin 7822

ASL interpretation by Emily Niswonger: Nov. 13.

Group sales welcome. Director/cast talkbacks available by request for groups.

**Not created for children. Probably OK for ages 10+.** There may be some bad language and bawdy innuendo, as well as fighting.

Artistic Director: Connor Hopkins
Composer: Justin Sherburn
Sound design by K. Eliot Haynes
Media Design by Chris Owen
Lighting by Stephen Pruitt
Costumes by Monica Pasut
Performers: Gricelda Silva, Jose Villarreal, Zac Crofford, Devo Carpenter, Cassadie Peterson, Indigo Rael, Andrew Hatcher, Ben McLemore, Sarah Danko

Founded in 2004, Trouble Puppet is dedicated to the creation of exceptional works of puppet theater, to the promotion of the art of puppetry, and to the support of its practitioners. Trouble Puppet is a sponsored project of Salvage Vanguard Theater. This project is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department.
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