1 year ago

21 July, 2016

Nexus Theatre

Organised by:
Second Chance Theatre

Nexus Theatre and Second Chance Theatre present
The closing production of The Gothics

"Victor Frankenstein. Son, brother, fiancé, student, murderer. A man obsessed with the line between life and death. A line that he crosses and a Creature that is born in lightning and dead flesh. Two souls that cannot exist without each other and destined to destroy the other.

So who is the real monster?"

Penned by award-winning Perth writer, Scott McArdle, this new adaptation of Mary Shelley’s classic breathes new life into one of the world’s greatest stories.

“Second Chance Theatre have brought an intense, intelligent work to the stage, entertaining through its spectacle as well as through an enthralling narrative…4 out of 5 stars” (ArtsHub)

“Scott is a wonderful new WA talent; still in his early twenties, his numerous scripts always show complexity, interest and superb structure. His dialogue is natural and outstanding.” (Independent Theatre Association)

MA15+: Violence, horror, gore, and adult themes

July 21-23, 7:30pm
Nexus Theatre
90 South St, Murdoch
Carpark 3

Get 30% off when you buy for all three shows (Dracula, The Mummy Rises, and Frankenstein) online.

Starring: Scott McArdle, Laughton Mckenzie, Rhianna Hall, Shannon Rogers, Launce Ronzan, Izzy McDonald, John King, Toni Vernon, Ellin Sears, Jenia Gladziejewski, Andrew David, Stephen Platt, Alex McVey, Rhys Hyatt, Abbey McCaughan, Kate Willoughby, Daniel Buckle, Justin Crossley, Tay Broadley, Andrew Dawson, and Joel Sammels

Writer: Mary Shelley // Adaptor/Director: Scott McArdle // Production Designer: Ally Snell // Costuming: Sophie Braham // Stage Manager: Georgia Smith // Assistant Stage Manager: Dylan Dorotich // Makeup: Leah Toyne // Composer: Drew Krapljanov // Sound Designer: Tim Brain // Lighting Designer: Scott McArdle // Projectionist: George Ashforth // Production Managers: Andrew David & Scott McArdle // Publicist: Krista Tanuwibawa // Photographer: EClaire Photography// Documentist: David Cox Media