“Young Frankenstein” at Randall Theatre

Mel Brooks’ zany comedy comes to the Randall Theatre Jacksonville this July.
Always pushing the envelope, the Randall Theatre will present Mel Brooks popular musical as it’s Summer show. Filled with everything you’d expect from Mr. Brooks, this musical pushes the boundaries just enough without going too far (well, maybe a little).

Buy your tickets now before it’s too late. This show may sell out before it opens.

Evening Shows:  July 28, 29, August 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19 – 7 pm
Afternoon Matinee:  July 30, August 6, 13, 20 – 2 pm

Buy Tickets at:  www.randalltheatre.com

Or at the Jacksonville Box Office
520 N 5th Street in the Calvary Church building
Open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 11 am to 2 pm

CAST:  For his first turn at the Randall Theatre is Nathan Monks who plays Dr. Fredrick Frankenstein. Nathan, who has performed the lead in many Camelot Theatre productions (Oklahoma, Sunset Boulevard to name a couple) is delighted to be on the Randall stage. Another newcomer to the Randall stage is CJ Reid as Frau Blucher who has years of theatrical experience to share.

On stage with them will be Randall veterans Rhyon Ingalls as Igor, Meagan Kirby as Inga (Dr. Frankenstein’s … assistant), Mia Gaskin as Elizabeth (Dr. Frankenstein’s madcap fiancee, John Wing as The Monster and Jon Oles as Inspector Kemp.

If you enjoy Young Frankenstein as a movie, you’ll love the musical. However, this is not a show for children. If you are familiar with Mel Brooks, you know that his humor is at times low-brow.

Those offended by bawdy humor may want to sit this one out. That said, the show is full of laughs and is bar none the show to see this Summer.

 

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