Eagle, WI – Frankenstein comes to life at Old World Wisconsin’s Halloween Dinner Theatre. Enjoy an evening with a themed meal at the Clausing Barn, followed by a performance to ignite the Halloween spirit in you! This adaptation “Frankenstein”, by R.N. Sandberg reveals a Mary Shelley classic that is much more complex than the classic Boris Karloff movies.
R. N. Sandberg is a playwright who has won acclaim for his inventive adaptations of classic literature. Sandberg sets the scene in the icy polar regions where scientist Victor Frankenstein has chased the creature he brought to life tracing Frankenstein's path to the final confrontation with his intelligent, articulate and powerfully violent “child.” The Halloween Dinner Theatre will run weekend performances daily beginning October 12th thru October 28th. Tickets sell out fast, reserve online at http://www.oldworldwisconsin.org or call 262-594-6301.
Old World Wisconsin, located in southeast Wisconsin and owned and operated by the Wisconsin Historical Society, is a premier outdoor museum of late 19th- and early 20th-century Midwestern immigrant farm and rural life. The museum offers visitors engaging points of connection, led by period-clad interpreters, as they visit 10 working farmsteads, explore 12 heirloom gardens, interact with historic animal breeds, and try historic crafts and trades.
The Convention and Visitors Bureau is dedicated to the promotion of Waukesha & Pewaukee, WI, as a business and leisure destination. The allure of the area has been publicized by being chosen to host ABC’s Good Morning America, named “Best Affordable Suburb” in the US – Business Week and named America’s 8th “Best Place to Raise a Family” – Forbes Magazine. Additional community information can be found at www.visitwaukesha.org.
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