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Emma Hunton Joins GAY BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN Readings

January 30
3:44 2013

Emma Hunton Joins GAY BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN Readings

Producer Eric S. Goldman has announced that Emma Hunton (Spring Awakening - Broadway; Rent - Off Broadway; Next to Normal - First National Tour) will be joining Max von Essen in the two industry readings of Billy Butler's GAY BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN, on Monday, February 4th at 6pm & Tuesday, February 5th at 11am at the 45th Street Theatre, in preparation for a future Off-Broadway run. The readings are produced in association with aka Studio Productions, Louis Hobson and Seattle's Balagan Theatre. The production is directed by award winning director Rachel Klein. Aaron Grant serves as Executive Producer with Kelvin Productions as General Manager.

Emma Hunton was an original cast member of the show in 2009. Composer Billy Butler commented that "Emma rocked NYMF in 2009 as our angst-ridden-little-goth-chick, Edna. Since then she has gone on to show that she is a force to be reckoned with. I'm excited to see her back in the role tailor made for her!"

In addition to Hunton & Von Essen (Evita, Les Miserables, Dance of the Vampires & the internet sensation Submissions Only), the cast includes fellow Broadway stars Jason Gotay (Bring it On - Broadway & National Tour), Ashley Kate Adams (La Cage - Broadway & National Tour) &Billy Tighe (Wicked - National Tour, La Cage - National Tour). Rounding out the cast are Wade Elkins (Blue Man Group - Chicago) &Maggie Politi. Composer Billy Butler & his band The Monster Makers will lead the cast with a live rock set.

Written by Dane E. Leeman (book) & Billy Butler (book, music & lyrics), GAY BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN is a rock n'roll fairy tale that follows the exploits of four college friends on one fateful Halloween night at a very unconventional Monsters Ball. This ensemble driven horror-tinged musical is a universal tale about coming of age, coming out of the closet & coming back from the dead.

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