October 19, 2018
Center for Faith and Life, Main Hall
Written two centuries ago, Frankenstein has since become the inspiration for countless film and stage adaptations by posing the question: Just because something can be done, should it be done? This “classically trained, modernly hip troupe” (New York Times) doesn’t shy away from tough ethical questions in its bold, dynamic staging of this timeless classic.
Center Stage Dinner Series
To start, fig bruschetta with burrata, prosciutto, and bull’s blood microgreens. For an entree, pan-seared, herb-rubbed pork tenderloin with cranberry-orange relish, sauteed brussels sprouts and wild mushrooms over roasted spaghetti squash, or a red bean cake with roasted tomato coulis (V). For dessert, port-infused red velvet cake layered with chocolate ganache and finished with a raspberry-port glaze.