In the latest episode of the Believe to See Podcast, we talk with the Rabbit Room's Pete (A.S.) Peterson on his upcoming stage adaption of the classic novel, and the forgotten themes behind the monster. There's the science vs. morality angle that most adaptations focus on, but Mary Shelley worked in much more rich theological dynamics about our relationship with our own Creator. We so enjoyed having Pete on the show!
If you want to see Pete's play performed in Franklin TN, you can view more show info and get tickets at www.studiotenn.com/frankenstein/.
About our Guest
Pete Peterson is the author of the Revolutionary War adventure The Fiddler’s Gun and its sequel Fiddler’s Green. Among the many strange things he’s been in life are the following: U.S Marine air traffic controller, television editor, art teacher and boatwright at the Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch, and progenitor of the mysterious Budge-Nuzzard. He lives in Nashville with his wife, Jennifer, where he's the Executive Director of the Rabbit Room and Managing Editor of Rabbit Room Press.
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