STREAMING: June 7 – August 13, 2021
Join LCT for a Learning Stage Series adaptation of this creepy classic by Mary Shelley! Dr. Frankenstein discovers the power to create life itself. But will the thing he creates be the very thing that causes his undoing? And who‘s REALLY the monster, anyway?
Adapted for the stage by Adam Montague and Jeremy Kisling
Based on the novel by Mary Shelley
Best enjoyed by: ages 9 and up
Family Streaming Passes:
MEMBER ACCESS: COMING SUMMER 2021
Stream video from LCT’s recent production of the show right from the comfort of your own home! Your access codes will be sent via your email confirmation and will be valid over the weekend of your choice – from 5:00pm EST on the Friday to 5:00pm EST on the Sunday.
Streaming passes will be available for $10.00, $15.00, $25.00, and $50.00. We ask that you please consider how many people will be watching the stream when you select your pass amount!
STREAMING PASSES COMING SUMMER 2021
Don’t want to stop with Frankenstein? Enjoy the magic of theatre and support Lexington Children’s Theatre by purchasing a Fall Family Membership! Memberships last through May 31, 2021 and give families access to ALL of the incredible streaming content available through LCT – from our innovative new content like Romeo and Juliet to our “Previously at LCT” streaming productions!Spring Family Memberships
School Streaming Passes:
SCHOOL PASSES: June 7 – August 13, 2021
These passes are for school and other group audiences and provide video access for one week – all day Monday through 4:00pm EST on Friday. You will receive a confirmation email following your purchase with access code information that you are welcome to share with your students!
Frankenstein is recommended for 4th-10th grade
Curricular Connections – Literature, Historic Authors, Poetry, Writing Process
School streaming passes are based on the number of students streaming:
- $30 Classroom (1 – 30 students)
- $125 Grade Level (30 – 130 students)
- $400 Entire School (130+ students)
Note: Pricing is flexible. For example, if you are purchasing passes for two grade levels and not the entire school, you can select two “Grade Level” passes, which will be more cost effective than the “Entire School” price.