The digital soundtrack is now available online at Amazon, Rhapsody and Napster. You can also visit our website www.gaybrideoffrankenstein.com for the limited edition CD. Thanks so much for your support and we look forward to seeing you at the NYC premier!!!
The GBoF Team
Monday, April 20th downstairs at the Muddy River Smokehouse in Portsmouth, NH. CDs will be on sale. We will also be releasing it on Itunes, Amazon etc. on the same night. Come on down and party with us. The cast and the Monster Makers will be playing covers and songs from the show all night. Beer and fun will be had by all. Buy lots of CDs and help finance the NYC production now in the works.
Stay Gay! B
You can go to zazzle.com/butlerbilly and but a t-shirt, bumper sticker or even Gay Bride stamps. That's right! Now, you can help spread the word when you need to send a letter.
The ambiguous Edna in love with the cheerleader captain Chloe. Chloe is dating the quarterback Thad. Thad is trying to get into a frat next year and one of the conditions to joining is that he must not be a virgin. Chloe will not give Thad what he wants because she doesn't believe in sex before marriage. After the high school Halloween dance is cancelled the suspicious Mr. Weatherspoon gives them an invitation to the "The Monster Ball." A yearly celebration with the band the Monster Makers. The kids decide to make the long drive to the show but before they get to there and before Thad can say, " Does this mean we can see other people?" Chloe is killed. They arrive at the party and realize this Monster Ball is no ordinary soiree. It's an annual rising of the dead and the band is there to open the doors to hell. The evil doctor brings Chloe back from the grave in hopes of true love but plans change when a secret is awakened in the undead bride. A love triangle, a rock band and man's best friend. Finally, the truth emerges about the evil doctor ("...and I would have gotten away with it if it wasn't for those meddling kids!") and the mystery behind "The Monster Ball."
The Gay Bride of Frankenstein is a first of it's kind in the theatre world. The comic book element serves as a literal backdrop for the show with artwork by our friends at Severed Head Comics. It also incorporates the latest high technology. Text messaging, multimedia and live streaming on the internet.