Skip to main content
Frankenstein

Frankenstein

Directed by: Mark Boergers

Stritch's macabre and electrifying take on the classic monster tale, just in time for Halloween!

October 22 - 30, 2021

  • Thursdays at 5:30 p.m.
  • Fridays at 7:30 p.m.
  • Saturdays at 4 p.m.
  • Sundays at 2 p.m.

Tickets available online (no associated fees) as well as at the Box Office beginning 1 hour prior to performance.

Purchase Tickets

Tickets to all Stritch productions are free to current students with a valid student ID. Student tickets are available on the day of the performance at the Box Office beginning one hour prior to performance, subject to availability. 

Please note that tickets to "Frankenstein" are non-refundable. Should an issue arise that compromises audience safety, a full refund of your ticket price will be provided minus Eventbrite fees which are non-refundable.

The production of "Frankenstein" will run approximately 70 minutes with no intermission.

House will open approximately 10 minutes prior to performance. All seating is general admission. 

"Frankenstein" will contain simulated gun shot effects, flashing lights, loud booms and general spine-tingling special effects. If you have any questions please email boxoffice@stritch.edu

Meet the Cast

Dinah K. Aming'a - Mother (Silohette)

Kylie Boesch - Walton

Sophia Hey - Elizabeth

Kiley Ledger - Justine

Melany Martin - Mother (Voice)

Faith Shelton - Professor

Dallas Sprifke - Victor

D. Eric Woolweber - Creature

Daniel Zavala - Father

Meet the Production Crew

Greg Kaye - Technical Director, Set Design, Lighting Design, Projection Design

Kristina Van Slyke - Costume Design

Jeanne Schrank - Costume Shop Supervisor

Ambrose Goodwin - Stage Manager

Grace Dow - Assistant Stage Manager

Jade Sampo - Assistant Stage Manager

Nancy Kendall Theater

COVID-19 Guidelines

Frankenstein will be performed in the 400-seat Nancy Kendall Theater with an audience limited to 150. 

A face mask that covers the nose and mouth is required of all audience members at all times within the Nancy Kendall Theater and the Joan Steele Stein Center for Communications and Fine Arts. 

Socially-distanced seating areas will be available for audience members who would like to distanced from fellow audience members. 

Performers have been cleared to perform on stage without face coverings in accordance with the COVID-19 guidelines of Cardinal Stritch University. 

These guidelines have been created in accordance with University policies regarding the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, along with information obtained from regional theater groups and association.