Based on the novel by Mary Shelley
Adapted and directed by Eleonora Ginardi and Timothy Wynn
13 July to 28 July
Spring Hill Reservoir
Celebrating 200 years since the publication of Mary Shelley’s novel, heartBeast are drawing on the original story of Frankenstein to create a dynamic original work.
Frankenstein: The Modern Prometheus will be a new monster, telling the story of two conflicted creators – Victor Frankenstein and Mary Shelley – and their creations trying to carve a path for themselves in a society afraid of perilous possibilities.
The haunting depths of the historic Spring Hill Reservoir will become a darkened laboratory experimenting with Man and God, Biology and Technology. It may even flash with a bolt of electricity.
Approx. 2 hours, including interval
Spring Hill Reservoirs
230 Wickham Terrace
Spring Hill, Queensland
No on-site parking. Limited street parking available.
Off-street parking available at Wilsons Parking (across the street from the reservoir):
225 Wickham Terrace
Entry to car park via Bartley Street
Weekdays – flat rate of $10 after 6.30pm
Weekends – flat rate of $10 all day
Access to venue
Access to the Spring Hill Reservoir is at ground level, where you then walk down a number of flights of stairs into the reservoir. There is no wheelchair access.