Frankenstein: A Living Comic Book
Frankenstein: A Living Comic Book
Frankenstein: A Living Comic Book
Frankenstein: A Living Comic Book

This electrifying new stage production uses immersive comic book design and playful theatrical techniques to reanimate the sci-fi classic for a new generation! Adapted from the novel by Craig Francis, Rick Miller and Paul Van Dyck, and directed by Francis and Miller, this version confronts modern issues of climate change, artificial intelligence and our relationship to technology… monsters of our own making! When a young graphic novelist geek named Mary discovers the journal of Dr. Victor Frankenstein, she’s drawn into his uncanny story of secret experiments to conquer death. She discovers that we all need to face our own fears… before they face us!

Three Price Seating Map linked below.

Join us for more! Ticketholders are welcome to join us before the show at 2:30 pm in the Davies Lounge at Kingston Grand Theatre for a casual chat and comic book demo with local comic book artist and instructor Chris Cochrane. Limited spots available on a first-come first-served basis.  

About Chris Cochrane:
Chris Cochrane (Machete Comics) attended the Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Arts in New Jersey, USA and completed the Fine Arts program at Sheridan College. Chris has taught academic and private art lessons (and music) for over 18 years. He is also a published comic book author and professional artist who has had work commissioned worldwide. Chris has inked comic artwork for Marvel and DC.  

Local clients include Kingston Canadian Film Festival, Kingston Heritage Society, Cataraqui Woods PS, SBT Comics and Games, Nexus Kingston Gaming, and WJ Holsgrove PS. 

To learn more about Chris, please visit About Machete Comics,

“Chris has been teaching our eight-year-old son drawing for several months now, and he absolutely loves it. Chris is fun, patient, and really gets into whatever Charlie wants to draw. We have done lots of after- school programs, but this is the one Charlie is always the most excited about.” 

-J. Pearce, Kingston 


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