The comedian talks finding his voice and acting his ass off.
This is the fourth adaptation this year, if you’re still keeping track.
The latest version of the story presented in Chicago is inflected with bits of Mary Shelley’s personal life.
There’s not even a hint of Boris Karloff.
It fails to pay tribute to the big questions raised by the classic novel celebrating its bicentennial this year.
Frankenfest brings four stage adaptations of Mary Shelley’s gothic masterpiece.
Five literary biopics whose visual style lives up to the words.
A black comedy at Windy City Playhouse and a black musical at Victory Gardens are among this week’s best bets.
The British artist’s first U.S. solo exhibition imagines a postapocalyptic future through the lens of a disturbing present.
In cobbling together a new Frankenstein, Sean Graney and company create one confused beast.