Having listened to The Monster’s tale, Victor reluctantly agrees to create a bride for him. “If you comply, I will leave you at peace; but if you refuse, I will glut the maw of death, until it be satiated with the blood of your remaining friends.”
Archive for April, 2014
In chapter four of Frankenstein the Monster reveals the origins of his intellect… and his hatred of mankind. Watch it all on The Entertainment Experiment.
This June FST will join dozens of other artists presenting new and experimental performances as a part of the 2014 PortFringe Festival in Portland, Maine. FST artist Ian Bannon is leading a musician and an ensemble of puppeteers in an exploration of Italo Calvino’s short story The Distance of the Moon. The final mixed media adaptation […]
(Every once in a while a local performance comes to our attention and we feel the need to share it with you. While this isn’t an FST production, we think fans of our work will appreciate it!) This weekend John, Carol & Ian are excited to see a Portland Ovations presentation of Who’s Hungry, which is being […]
This week the Frankensteins’ wrongfully-accused servant stands trial for the brutal murder of young William Frankenstein. Click below to see the film fans are calling, “wonderful! It’s imaginative, interesting, and filled with surprises in form.”