Gay Bride of Frankenstein Aiming for Off-Broadway Bow During 2011-12 Season

News   Gay Bride of Frankenstein Aiming for Off-Broadway Bow During 2011-12 Season
 
Gay Bride of Frankenstein, which was part of the 2009 New York Musical Theatre Festival, is aiming for an Off-Broadway debut during the 2011-12 season. Entertainment lawyer Eric S. Goldman will produce.

The new musical was penned by Dane E. Leeman (book) and Billy Butler (book, music and lyrics) and is described as a "pop/rock, fairy tale musical that follows the exploits of four high school friends on one fateful Halloween night at a very unconventional Monsters Ball. It's John Hughes meets Scooby-Doo, and asks the age old question: 'Will the girl get the girl?'"

Executive producer and general manager Aaron Grant said in a statement, "We're aiming to either open the show, or start previews on October 31, 2011- theatre availability permitting."

The musical was originally produced as a workshop at The Players' Ring in Portsmouth, NH.

For further information contact GayBride@kelvinproductions.com.

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