What do you enjoy most about being in Young Frankenstein?
When you work all day and have a lot of stress from your job, worries about cleaning the house, etc., being in a show (for a short amount of time) lets you be someone different. You get to step away from reality and create a new character. Plus, I love to dance, so musicals give me the opportunity to just have fun!
Megan Wilkins – Assistant Choreography, Young Frankenstein
Great interview featuring Anita Breen, Strauss Theatre Centers General Manager, Benjamin Gross, Frederick Frankenstein from Young Frankenstein and Taylor Yakowenko, also from Young Frankenstein and KNOE.
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Great night for the premiere of Young Frankenstein! The cast, crew and orchestra have all worked hard putting the final finishing touches on our production and we’ve had a monstrously good time doing it.Read More
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Rehearsals for Young Frankenstein
are going well. We’ve been working hard with Walter on choreography for the different dance numbers, including “Join the Family Business”, “Please Don’t Touch Me,” and “Transylvania Mania,” among others; and we have started working on blocking for the different scenes.
Greg Oden has also been working hard with us with the music. In the coming weeks we’ll start putting all the pieces together. Work has also started on the set. We are excited about the way things are going and we look forward to seeing it all come together. We think this will be a really fun show that will have our audiences dancing in their seats and roaring with laughter.
This ain’t your father’s Frankenstein!!
Let’s admit it from the start: Mel Brooks has always gone too far. Brooks has always relied on the premise that life is short– have fun, take chances, be outrageous.
Rehearsals are going extremely well for Young Frankenstein! We have almost completed the choreography for all of our big musical numbers, and Greg Oden is working hard with the principles and ensemble to polish up the vocals throughout the show.
Have we got stories to tell you! Story telling is what theatre is all about and has been since at least 500 -550 BCE, the generally accepted time span for the appearance in Greece of what we would recognize as theatre.