Bunbury theatre lovers will soon get the chance to witness a classic tale told with a few interesting twists.
Following a sell-out season in 2017, Frank Enstein will return to the Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre from 7pm on Wednesday, May 16.
The production is the brain-child of theatre company The Farm in collaboration with Western Australian dance studio Co3.
The production combines the magic of theatre and dance to tell the story of lonely, physically-impaired scientist Frank.
In an effort to bring his imaginary friends to life, Frank uses electricity from a storm to create monsters.
Actor William Rees, who plays the titular character, has a brachial plexus injury which restricts the use of his left arm.
The 16-year-old said the show focuses intently on self-acceptance and will-power.
“As someone with a disability, I am able to have an empowering role and also use by disability to convey an emotion,” he said.
Rees and lead actress Luci Young will be joined by a collection of Co3’s professional dancers on stage.
For more information on Frank Enstein, visit bunburyentertainment.com or call 1300 661 272.