Liver&Lung returns to the stage with its latest musical adaptation of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein
If you’re in need of inspiration of what to do on these slow November weekends, then you’re in for a treat! Liver&Lung is going to take over the stage at GMBB for two weekends (14/11 – 17/11 and 21/11 – 24/11). This time, the critically acclaimed theatre company is adapting Mary Shelley’s famous gothic horror novel, Frankenstein.
Set in a dystopian San Fransisco, the show portrays Victor Frankenstein as an ex-Facebook employee who got booted for abusing user data. Victor embarks on an unorthodox technological experiment in a bid to create the perfect humanoid.
It’s not your run-of-the-mill theatre show, though! Frankenstein 2039 is a whole digital experience, where you, the audience, can interact and make decisions that will change the course of the show. Isn’t that interesting? The magic is done through a bespoke interface. Perfect for the futuristic and cutting-edge patrons.
Running for an hour and a half, you can expect a heightened musical experience. The company is utilising local music producers in order to achieve those gothic musical motifs and a reinvented cyberpunk beat.
We’re sure that the tickets are selling fast! Head on over to their site to make sure you get to score some tickets for this out-of-this-world experience!