Frankenstein Puppet Production presented by New Bern Civic Theatre

Video produced by: Jay Tyson

New Bern Civic Theatre is proud to present the first ever full puppet production!

Based on the novel by Mary Shelley.

Written by Jay Tyson and Keith Boyd

Directed by Jay Tyson

Rated PG

The puppets were designed and built by former Jim Henson Muppet performer Jay Tyson and his puppet company Doctor Puppet. Visit  www.drpuppet.com for more puppet information.

Scientist Dr. Frankenstein has finally finished his greatest creation!  Using various body parts and lighting his monster is alive!!  Gentle but afraid of fire, Frankenstein’s monster is not welcome by the villagers and his fate is in the hands of Dr. Frankenstein’s friend Victor and fiancée Elizabeth.

September 28, 29, October 5, 6 at 8pm, September 30 and October 7 at 2pm

Ticket prices:  $14 advance, $16 door, $10 for students and active duty military with ID

Tickets available online or call 252-633-0567 for tickets.

Submitted by: Gayle Albertini, New Bern Civic Theatre, 414 Pollock Street, New Bern

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