From Ruby Lanet ’18:
[[[Rehearsals for FRANK will take place almost entirely during Winter Break (beginning January 8) to the show’s opening on February 2nd. This is NOT a fall semester commitment.]]
FRANK will be an adaptation of the ancient and modern story of Frankenstein/Prometheus. We will be using three main texts: the Living Theatre’s Frankenstein production, Mary Shelley’s novel Frankstein–or The Modern Prometheus– and the ancient greek myth of Prometheus. We want to know the what/why/where/who/how of what it means to fly to close to the sun.
We are looking for a team that is excited about creating, not just performing. Experience is not necessary! Nor is it necessary for you to consider yourself a typical performer! Because of the three-week process, this will be an extraordinarily intensive, collaborative project.
Performances will take place in the ’92, on February 2nd, 3rd, and 4th.
Auditions will be held in the Jones Room on Wed (11/2) 4:15- 6m and in the Nics Lounge on Fri (11/4) 4:15-6. You do not need to prepare anything, we will have sides: just come ready and willing to move.
Please try to sign up in advance here: https://docs.google.com/a/wesleyan.edu/spreadsheets/d/11wPbg4zUKZnqyar3X1YUFRwlshl2h-47MkMxJy9n8bc/edit?usp=sharing
Drop-ins will also be welcome (just may be asked to wait a bit)!
Please don’t hesitate to hit up Natalie May at nmay[at]wesleyan[dot]edu with any questions. We hope you come out!!
Date: Wednesday, November 2 and Friday, November 4
Time: 4:15-6 PM
Place: Jones Room, Nics Lounge