Award winning Frankenstein at Kennedy School for Halloween!

WHAT: Willamette Radio Workshop presents an original adaptation of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein for two live shows at McMenamins Kennedy School.

WHEN: 4pm and 5:30pm Thursday October 31st at Kennedy School in the movie theater. 5736 NE 33rd Ave, Portland, OR 97211.

COST: All shows are free and open to all ages. (The subject matter may be unsettling to younger children)

WHO: Starring: Sam A. Mowry, David Meyers, Daniel Rhovan, Mary Thomas, Curtis Hanson, Cynthia McGean and Scott Jamieson.

Sound Design by Marc Rose and Sam A. Mowry

Live Sound and Digital SFX Martin John Gallagher.

  Foley by David Ian and Dino De AElfweald

Adapted by Cynthia McGean

Directed by Sam A. Mowry

Tour Manager, Christopher Hart

Contact person: Sam A. Mowry 503-730-7155

Live radio lives! Once again the Willamette Radio Workshop presents it’s annual Halloween extravaganza. WRW presents Frankenstein, adapted by Cynthia McGean. This will be the full-blooded masterpiece. A tale of science and passion, creation and betrayal, love, loss and horror. A classic story in, dare I say it, the vein of Dracula (our legendary first Halloween project). The show is recorded live and chock full of Foley sound effects in the style of the Golden Age of Radio with a few modern touches for good measure. A Magic Lantern show will be presented by Joe Medina. This production won the Special Ogle Award.

Merchandise available from Jamie Lawson, CD’s, jewelry and more.

All shows are free and open to all ages, the subject matter may be a little intense for younger listeners. Kennedy School hosts trick or treating for the kids starting at 4:30, especially helpful on rainy days.

Frankenstein boasts a wonderful cast, Sam A. Mowry as Victor, David Meyers as Dr. Waldman, Scott Jamieson as Captain Walton, Daniel Rhovan as the Creature plus Mary Thomas, Curtis Hanson, Cynthia McGean Sound design and music are by Marc Rose and Sam Mowry, with live Foley by David Ian and Dino De AElfweald

Our Poster is by John Kholepp.