Review: Dr. Frankenstein’s Monster comes to life in new way at Studio Ten

This dark presentation is not the Frankenstein of the 1930’s horror films. It loses the wild scary moments and instead offers more thought-provoking messages, which never have the monster chased to his death by villagers with pitchforks. In fact, this monster, is not at all the same depiction remembered from old movies. Instead of the lonely simpleton who emoted one word raspy requests with an out stretched hand, like, “Friend-d-d,” the monster instead seems to have been made with a brain from Oxford… READ MORE HERE

Logan Treadaway