Old World Wisconsin's Halloween Dinner Theater
Old World Wisconsin will get into the Halloween spirit with 14 dinner theater performances of "Frankenstein" in an adaptation of Mary Shelley's terrifying novel by playwright R.N. Sandberg. The outdoor museum will present the shows as part of a series of evening dinner theater entertainment that includes a themed buffet dinner. The show dates are October 12–28. There will be two performances each Saturday and one performance each on Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays. The evenings begin with dinner in the rustic Clausing Barn. Characters from the play will then lead guests on foot to the performance space in Old World Wisconsin's historic Caldwell Farmers' Club Hall. Guests are encouraged to dress for the weather.
This is Not Your Boris Karloff Frankenstein
Victor Frankenstein has done the impossible — given life to inanimate matter. But his triumph turns to terror as his grotesque and despairing creation follows him home, threatening and demanding that Victor do the one thing he has sworn never to do — create another creature like himself, a companion, a wife. But this Frankenstein is a much more complex and tormented creature than found in the classic Boris Karloff movies and is the centerpiece of an engaging play that will have you on the edge of your seat.
Playgoers should make reservations early as Halloween Dinner Theater performances sell out. For precise show dates and times, visit our calendar of events. Tickets are $65 per person (adults), $50 per child (17 and under). Groups of 15 or more receive $5 off per ticket. Call 262-594-6301 for more information. Show not recommended for children 12 and under.
:: Posted October 8, 2012