Brooklyn Daily Eagle
On a chilly night, a brilliant young scientist brings a corpse back to life. A series of six original rear film projections augmented by live music will be showcased with Piper Theatre’s theatrical production of “Frankenstein,” Mary Shelley’s classic tale of horror, beginning July 5 outside the Old Stone House and Washington Park at 336 Third Street and 5th Avenue, Brooklyn.
Each film offers a glimpse into the mystery of the man behind the Creature. One film is being released each week, to be shown with the play, targeted to adults and brave children.
The free shows take place July 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 18, 19 and 20, from 8:30 – 10 p.m. The concession stand includes wine and beer.
For more information visit http://pipertheatre.org/performances/frankenstein-2/