Lally Katz's fearless adaptation of Mary Shelley's text gets a Victorian premiere, almost a decade after it premiered at Sydney Theatre Company
In Lally Katz's 2008 play, Mary Shelley's sprawling gothic horror story is re-invented as an hour-long exploration of parenting, body image, and the human craving for connection. Director Phil Rouse (last at Theatre Works with a sold-out season of Brecht's The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui) is directing this Victorian premiere, starring Michael McStay and Chantelle Jamieson.
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