Landless Theatre Company Presents ‘Richard Campbell’s Frankenstein: A Prog-Metal Rock Opera’ on Monday, November 25th at 8 PM at The Black Cat

Landless Theatre Company gives you a Franksgiving to remember!

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Come see the musical that DCMetroTheaterArts’ Amanda Gunther called:

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“A mind-blowing, face-melting, phenomenal experience!

A must-see; the sheer talent alone will literally leave you in awe. With incredible costumes and an orchestra to die for, this rock opera is a rare delight for musical, opera, and classic literary fans alike.

Get to see Landless Theatre Company’s Frankenstein before the life wends its way from off the stage and vanishes into the cold dark night.”

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Richard Campbell’s Frankenstein: A Prog-Metal Rock Opera plays for one-night-only on Monday, November 25, 2013 at 8 PM at The Black Cat – 1811 14th Street, NW, in Washington, DC. Tickets are available for purchase at the door, or online.

LINKS
Part One: “Richard Campbell’s Frankenstein: Making a Monster Rock Opera”: Meet Robert Bradley.

Part Two: “Richard Campbell’s Frankenstein: Landless Making a Monster Rock Opera:” Meet Andrew Baughman.

Part Three: “Richard Campbell’s Frankenstein: Landless Making a Monster Rock Opera:” Meet Irene Jericho.

Amanda Gunther’s review on DCMetroTheaterArts.



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