Book, music, and lyrics by Sheldon Allman and Bobby Pickett.
Cast: 13m., 6w. Conceived and written as a (stand-alone) sequel to I'm Sorry The Bridge Is Out, You'll Have To Spend The Night, this musical answers the question, "What would happen if Dr. Frankenstein, after an eternity of being foiled at the last minute, finally achieved his goal and transferred the boy's brain into the Monster's body, the Monster's brain into Igor's body, and Igor's brain into the boy's body?" What happens is that Frankenstein creates, as he always expected to, a Superman. The creation, as the brilliant, handsome, charismatic, powerful, wealthy Johnny Monster, establishes an international seminar program to teach the benefits of the philosophy of "Change Your Mind, Change Your Life." He creates a conglomerate in which Count Dracula becomes an international banker; his wife, Natasha becomes the world's greatest rock star (with the Draculettes singing backup); the Wolfman becomes the world's premier fashion designer; and Igor becomes C.E.O. of the "Frank 'n' Stein," a hot dog and beer fast food franchise. On the eve of a 200-city seminar tour, disaster strikes. The bodies begin rejecting the brains. Dr. Frankenstein has no alternative. He must reverse the operation and put everyone back the way they were. The writers bring a wry, funny approach to the horror genre. You'll have fun with the set, costumes and staging of the 14 musical numbers. One int. set. Approximate Running Time: 1 hour, 40 minutes.
I'm Sorry the Bridge Is Out, You'll Have to Spend the Night (prequel)