South Bend Civic Theatre to Present First Reading of Jim Geisel's Adaptation of FRANKENSTEIN, 7/28
The first public reading of South Bend Civic Theatre's world premiere adaptation of Mary Shelley's FRANKENSTEIN will take place Monday, July 28. The reading is free to attend in the Wilson Theatre at 7 PM.
Playwright Jim Geisel will present the full draft of his original take on the legend of a man and his monster. A select group of SBCT actors will give first voice to this remarkable play with an opportunity for audience feedback after the reading. Don't miss a chance to be part of a new creation at South Bend Civic Theatre with Frankenstein.
South Bend Civic Theatre, an award-winning and nationally ranked theatre, is the oldest continuously operating community theatre company in the South Bend/Mishawaka area. Founded in 1957, it staged most of its productions since 1968 at The Firehouse, a local historic landmark located at 701 Portage Ave., in the city's historic Park Avenue neighborhood. Since 2007, SBCT's productions have been held at 403 N. Main St. featuring the 209 seat Wilson Theatre and the flexible seating "black-box" Warner Theatre. SBCT also performs in many other venues in the region including the Bendix Theater at Century Center and the Battell Center in Mishawaka.