Mel Brooks’ "Young Frankenstein"

Friday, January 11, 2008

In the new Mel Brooks musical "Young Frankenstein," New York surgeon Frederick Frankenstein inherits a castle in Transylvania from his grandfather…and then must decide whether to move there and carry on his grandfather’s mad experiments. Roger Bart and Andrea Martin co-star. It’s now playing at the Hilton Theatre, at 213 West 42nd Street.


Roger Bart and Andrea Martin
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Comments [2]

Janet Maday from Virginia

Would not miss this show! Mel Brooks is a comic genius and his parody of Frankenstein is one of his best movies. To see it transformed into live theatre, the same as The Producers, is going to be a treat not to be missed. In this crazy terrible world with so much bad news all the time, take a few hours to laugh....

Jan. 19 2008 04:19 PM
benjamin from nyc

the horses neigh because (forgive my spelling) Bleucha means glue in German.

At least this is what I read i think quoted by Mel Brooks

Jan. 11 2008 12:10 PM

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