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The Fabulous Fable Factory
Fabulous Ferber
Fame - The Musical
Family Business
Family, Frying Pans And The FBI
Famous Ali
Fanny's First Play
The Fantasticks
Fantasy Theater
The Farndale Aveneue Housing Estate Townswomen's Guild Dramatic Society's Production of A CHRISTMAS CAROL
Fast Girls
The Fastest Women Alive
Fat Pig
Father Knows Best
Fathers and Sons
A Few Good Men
Fiddler on the Roof
Fiddler on the Roof, Jr
Fiddler Tales
Fifth of July
The Final Figurine
Find Me a Voice
Find Your Inner Glitter With Life Coach Lurlene
Finian's Rainbow
The First Kiss
The First Light Home
First Night
Fit To Be Tied
Fit To Kill
Five Tellers Dancing in the Rain
Five Women Wearing the Same Dress
Five Women Dancing In The Rain
The Flame Keeper
Flaming Guns Of The Purple Sage
Flaming Idiots
Flamingo Court
A Flea In Her Ear
Florida Girls
Flowers for Algernon
Floyd Collins
Flying Colors
Flying West
Follow Your Heart
The Food Chain
Fool For Love
For Better
For Whom The Southern Belle Tolls
The Foreigner
The Forest
Forever Plaid
Forty Carats
The Four Doctors Huxley
Four Dogs and a Bone
The Foursome
The Fourth Wall
The Fox On The Fairway
The Fox On The Fairway
Frankenstein, the Modern Prometheus
Frankie & Johnnie in the Clair de Lune
Fraulein Else
Free Market: The Working Project
Free To Be You & Me
Freedom Train
Friends & Relations
The Frog And The Peach
The Frog Princess
Fuddy Meers
The Full Monty
Fully Committed
Fun Home
The Funeral Parlor
Funny Girl
Funny Money
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
Funny Gi
Funny Girl
Based on a Novel by Mary Shelley
Adapted by Christopher O'neal
An adaptation by **Christopher O'Neal**. This dramatization of the Mary Shelley novel captures all the horror, mystery, and suspense that the world has come to associate with the title "Frankenstein." We see the monster come to life in the laboratory. We see his innocent curiosity as he stumbles around in his strange new world. We see him longing for friendship and affection from other creatures...especially from Dr. Frankenstein's kind and beautiful fiancee, Elizabeth. We see the world reject him and hate him simply because he is different. And we see him become a ferocious, terrifying monster because he had no other way to go. A sensitive, suspenseful, horror-filled drama for all groups. This version adheres to the Shelley novel much more faithfully than the movie versions do. Mary Shelley's monster was intelligent, curious, and yearning for companionship. Among other things, the Frankenstein monster symbolizes the uncontrollable monster that science can become. And, of course, the monster symbolizes all the misfits in the world—the unloved, unwanted specimens of humankind. Because he does not look like the rest of us, we call him ugly and we fear him. And because we fear him, we want to destroy him. Mary Shelley gave her monster a kind and tender heart, a love for people, and a desire to be loved in return. But he was never loved, not by one single person. The play may be performed simply or elaborately. Standard language allows it to be set in the 1800's or today. The flexibility allows each director to stage the scenes as taste and available equipment dictate.

Recent Productions
WhereOpening Night
South Street Players 10/15/2010