Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra Subscription Concert – Saturday, June 6, 7:30 PM Schrott Center for the Arts, Butler Arts Center
When the original “Frankenstein” movie was created in 1931, it was a ”talkie” with no music. Many felt the film needed a score. Over 70 years later (2001), award-winning composer Michael Shapiro’s score was created and set to this classic horror film. The audience will experience it now with live orchestra.
Tickets available at the Clowes Box office, online and at the door.
Adults – $25, $35 and $40
Students (with ID) – $10
$10 discount on adult tickets for ACI members with the code: FRANK
2020/06/06 - 2020/06/06
Additional time info:
Pre-concert Chamber Chat by Maestro Matthew Kraemer begins at 6:45 pm. Indianapolis-based author and American Theatre Critics Association Board Member Lou Harry provides a short commentary and introduction to the film, beginning at 7:30 PM