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In the Autumn of 2007, Frankenstein had its World Premiere at 37 Arts in New York City. Starring Tony nominee Hunter Foster ("Little Shop," "The Producers") as Victor Frankenstein, Steve Blanchard ("Beauty and the Beast") as the Creature, and Christiane Noll ("Jekyll & Hyde," "The Mambo Kings") as Elizabeth, and under the direction of Bill Fennelly ("Lion King" Nat'l Tour, "Jersey Boys" Asst. Dir.), the production enjoyed an exciting limited run that thrilled audiences night after night.

The cast of thirteen also featured the ever-popular Jim Stanek ("...Forum"), Mandy Bruno (a regular on the CBS daytime drama "Guiding Light), and Aaron Serotsky, who can currently be seen in the hit Broadway play "August: Osage County."

Reviews were mixed. The New York papers generally criticized the show, but the national press and broadcast media praised it highly. Audience response was clearly and overwhelmingly positive, however, and a small but devoted following of die-hard fans quickly galvanized. Some saw the show five, six, or seven times during its short stay in New York, and fan sites sprang up on Facebook and MySpace, courtesy of the show's most ardent followers.

The original cast recorded the show's World Premiere Recording on December 20th, with a release date anticipated for Spring 2008.


All material ┬ęCopyright 2007 Goehring-Evans Productions and the Authors.

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