It's Thursday, and time again for Midday theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck to join Tom in the studio with another of her weekly reviews of regional productions. Today, she tells us about the Baltimore premiere of Frankenstein, a new adaptation of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley's classic novel by playwright Robert Kauzlaric.
The play, which kicks off Cohesion Theatre Company’s fifth season, transforms the classic horror tale from a story about an obsessive scientist and his creation, to a psychologically nuanced drama about a grieving woman trying to reinvent her father.
Directed by Melissa LaMartina, Frankenstein continues at the Cohesion Theatre Company until Sunday, March 10. All remaining performances are sold out, but you can check on ticket availabilities here.