Live theatre, like x-rays and themed pet birthday parties, reveals fundamental truths about the human condition. Face well-rehearsed realizations with this GrouponLive deal to see the Young Frankenstein musical at the Rose Theatre in Brampton. For $39, you get one ticket for best-available A- or B-level seating (up to a $100 value). Choose between the following shows:
- Tuesday, May 22, at 8 p.m.
- Wednesday, May 23, at 8 p.m.
Still hot after the record-breaking success of his stage adaptation of The Producers, which earned 12 Tony Awards in 2001, Mel Brooks musically morphed another of his classic films, Young Frankenstein. As the curtain rises, Frederick Frankenstein, haunted by his surname's connotation of madness, travels to Transylvania to settle his grandfather's estate. Instead, he inherits his unholy experiments. The newly reanimated monster inevitably goes on the loose, leaving Frederick to dodge the suspicious villagers and engage in romantic antics with Frau Blücher. Tony Award–winning director and choreographer Susan Stroman leads the nationally touring cast through the reimagining, weaving laughs with scares and catchy musical numbers.
Patrons watch on from the four levels of the Rose Theatre's elegant, circular house, sporting modern accents, fine-tuned acoustics, and a spirited sound system. On an outdoor garden patio adjacent to a tiered fountain, patrons enjoy drinks chilled by ice mixed with the coldest excerpts of Chekhov verse. Guests may also catch frequent free musical-theatre and living-film performances in the outside square or take a preshow stroll through nearby Gage Park. Patrons park for free during performances in the theatre's underground lot.
Rose Theatre Brampton
The two levels of the Rose Theatre Brampton's elegant, circular house sport modern accents, fine-tuned acoustics, and a spirited sound system that lets audiences sink fully into every performance. But beauty isn't bound to the stage at this venue. Guests can also catch frequent free musical-theatre and living-film performances in the outside square to mix showmanship with sunshine. Before or after every event, an extra dose of fresh air can be found on an outdoor garden patio adjacent to a tiered fountain or on a stroll through nearby Gage Park.