Sep. 29—Transfer over Monster Mash. October brings two basic horror tales to bounce levels for the season of spookiness.
Collide Theatrical has Frankenstein and Twin Cities Ballet has Dracula. (The place wolf? Appears Wolfman did not make the lower this 12 months.)
“Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein”
“Frankenstein” writer Mary Shelley, an single pregnant teen, wrote the notorious science fiction novel not lengthy after the dying of her first baby “throughout a interval of immense loss and private struggling,” in accordance with Collide Theatrical Dance. Her story is advised in parallel with the basic monster story. Performances are Oct. 7-24 on the Southern Theater in Minneapolis. Tickets for the stay efficiency are $55-$30. Frankenstein may even be obtainable to observe just about Halloween weekend, with tickets at $35 per family. For showtimes, tickets and extra info: collidetheatrical.org/frankenstein.
Twin Cities Ballet presents the world premiere of “Dracula” on the Ames Middle in Burnsville at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 27 and 28. The brand new ballet options an authentic story adaptation by TCB Creative Director Denise Vogt primarily based on the basic novel, and an authentic musical rating written for this manufacturing by Minnesota composer Simon Sperl. Additionally featured are “RED,” a ballet impressed by “The Handmaid’s Story,” and the premiere of a brand new Halloween-themed work choreographed by TCB firm dancer Micah Chermak. Tickets are $40-$30, plus charges. For extra info: twincitiesballet.org.