Mel Brooks

Young Frankenstein On Stage at the Reedley Opera House

by Terrance McArthur



In 2001, Mel Brooks turned his 1968 movie The Producers into a Broadway musical. It was a smash hit. In 2007, Brooks worked the same magic on 1974’s Young Frankenstein with the same writing partner, Thomas Meehan, and it ran on Broadway for two years. And now…..the River City Theatre Company brings Young Frankenstein to life on the Reedley Opera House stage through July 30.

Young Frankenstein On Stage At Selma Arts Center

by Terrance Mc Arthur


“Put the candle back!”
“Abby…Normal.”
“Putting on the Ritz!”
“Blucher!” (horses neigh)
“Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life! At last I’ve found you…!”

The wonderful memories they bring of Mel Brooks’ great movie, Young Frankenstein. After the success of the Broadway musical version of The Producers, it was almost natural for Brooks to adapt his homage to classic horror movies for the stage.

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