Young Frankenstein Tickets
A blissfully funny monster mash, Young Frankenstein, the musical is coming to your town. Buy Young Frankenstein tickets and enjoy this family entertainment, monstrous new musical comedy show. Young Frankenstein is a musical based on a comedy film of the same name in 1974 written by Mel Brooks and Gene Wilder. The music and lyrics are also written by Brooks. The musical premiered on Broadway in November 2007 and received mixed reviews. A United States tour started in 2009 and was widely liked throughout the nation. Its pre-Broadway try-out was played in August 2007. The Broadway production was directed and choreographed by Susan Stroman. The costumes were designed by William Ivey Long and sets by Robin Wagner. The original cast performed many sold-out shows and released an album in December 2007 which peaked at no. 3 on the Billboard Top Cast Album chart. After first national tour in 2009, second national tour took place in 2011.
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- Woonsocket RI
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The musical consists of two acts. The first act starts with settings of Transylvania Heights where people are celebrating funeral procession of Dr. Victor Von Frankenstein, the mad-scientist. But their happiness is ruined when they come to know of the existence of Frederick, Victor’s grandson and Dean of Anatomy at the best university in New York. As Frederick has to resolve an issue of property at Transylvania, hunchback Igor convinces him to follow footsteps of his grandfather. Together they discover secret path to Dr. Victor’s laboratory and find mysterious things. Frederick then decides to reanimate dead body of Dr. Victor but mistakenly uses the wrong brain creating a monster that is set free and tramples through the house just as the act 1 ends.
In act 2, everyone starts looking for the monster. When he is found, Frederick locks himself into a room with him and tells him that he is good looking and loved by all. The monster behaves like a gentle man for a while but eventually kidnaps Frederick’s fiancée. Meanwhile, the angry villagers hang Frederick but he is brought to life by the monster who is then made mayor of Transylvania.
The musical features famous numbers including Please Don’t Touch Me, Transylvania Mania and He Vas My Boyfriend. These memorable and melodious tunes, together with riveting performance of the cast, unique storyline, dazzling staging and spectacular choreography, the musical is one of its kind.
Young Frankenstein has generally received positive reviews. According to the New York Times, it was "an overblown burlesque revue, right down to its giggly smuttiness". The New York Post wrote about the show, "nearly very good indeed". The Daily Telegraph wrote that, "Susan Stroman directs and choreographs with her usual wit and invention".
Besides getting appreciation from newspapers and TV, the musical garnered popularity among public and attracted audiences throughout the nation. The Broadway production of the musical won Broadway.com Audience Award for Favorite New Broadway Musical. The musical was also awarded with Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Musical and nominated for one Grammy, three 2008 Tony Awards, four Outer Critics Circle Awards, four Drama Desk Awards, Two Drama League Awards and 2011 San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle Award.
Filled with scary and hilarious complications, Young Frankenstein musical would be an absolute delight to watch. The singing and dancing laboratory experiment offered by the musical will leave a lasting impression on the audiences. Buy Young Frankenstein tickets for yourself and your family and witness an exceptionally thrilling monstrous entertainment show.
Young Frankenstein is a musical adaptation of one of the most famous comedy movies of the same name. Released in 1974, Young Frankenstein was lauded for its hilarity and creativity. It is one of the most popular comedy movies of all time. The movie enlivens the characters of Merry Shelley’s famous novel ‘Frankenstein’. The movie, in actuality, is a parody of all horror flicks and is produced and directed in a typical classical fashion to add humor and slight.
The flick, Young Frankenstein, is an all-time-favorite fan-flick. It ranks number 28 on the ‘List of the 50 Greatest Comedy Films of All Time’ and number 56 on the list of ‘100 Funniest Movies’. The movie has been able to grab Academy as well as Golden Globe Awards in various categories.
With such popularity and demand, this movie has been a part of cinema on and off, for decades. Brooks, the director, adapted the movie into the musical score of the same name. The musical first premiered in 2007 and was an instant success. It has been a part of theatres ever since.
Brooks describes his movie Young Frankenstein as the best of his career. He started off with the musical of his first movie, The Producers. The success led to the theatre production of, Young Frankenstein. Brooks was pleased with the audiences’ overwhelming response and then the touring of the show began in 2009. After a brief hiatus in August 2009, the musical is back with a new cast and new touring schedule.
The musical, like the movie has all the makings of a classic. The dances, dresses, choreography and acts are well organized and directed. The acts are executed with exactness and perfection. Humor and wit is the mainstay of the musical. It is an absolute treat for the audience. ‘Severely funny lines’, as one of the audiences puts it, are a frequent sight and no five minutes of the show pass without comedy. Aside from humor, the story line is gripping and thrilling.
The story begins when the grandson of the ‘mad scientist’ returns to Transylvania to settle the property issues. Although he would not like to admit his association with the ‘Monster Revivalist’ Dr. Victor von Frankenstein, Frederick sets for his inherited castle in the town of his grandfather. The story continues when the town folks are shown ecstatic whilst celebrating the funeral procession of the much detested Dr Victor. Everybody is glad to be rid of him but suspicions and reservations arise the moment his grandson enters the town.
In a dream, Frederick sees his grandfather beseeching him to revive his living-dead scheme. Frederick is shown fascinated and together with Igor, his henchman, he manages to liven up a dead body. The dead body is let loose by the housekeeper and the whole town is abuzz and panicked. Elizabeth, Frederick’s fiancée, comes to town to look for him when the monster gets smitten with her. The creature abducts her to a cave where, after intimacy, it dawns on them that they are soul mates. Elated, they get engaged while the town folks are on a lookout for Frederick as they suspect him for Elizabeth’s murder. The final scene of musical gets the audience doubled over with laughter fits where Frederick, standing on the gallows, is about to be hanged. Audience’s favorite moment comes when the monster appears to convince the folks in his elaborated medical terminology and articulation that Frederick is not the murderer. In the meantime Elizabeth joins them and Frederick is released. The show ends when the monster weds Elizabeth and Frederick proposes to his lab assistant, Inga.
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