In a world premiere presentation, internationally-renowned multimedia company Manual Cinema stitches together the classic story of Frankenstein with Mary Shelley’s own biography to create an unexpected story about the beauty and horror of creation.
In The Burghers of Calais, playwright Edgar White finds parallels between the real-life story of the Scottsboro Boys and Rodin’s Burghers of Calais, a famous sculpture depicting the town’s fathers who offered themselves as hostages to the invading English during the Hundred Years’ War. → Free Tickets
To learn more about Manual Cinema’s unique approach to creating theatre, we interviewed Sarah Fornace, Co-Artistic Director of the company and performer in Frankenstein. She shares her thoughts on theatrical adaptation, the legacy of Mary Shelley, and Manual Cinema’s “live cinema” aesthetic. → Read On