This one-woman show is a unique opportunity to meet Mary Shelley, author of Frankenstein, on August 16 at 5:00 at the Ligonier Public Library. The show was created and Performed by Adrienne Provenzano. Learn about Shelley’s life, love, and losses and how she transformed her experiences into her art. In this dynamic portrayal, Adrienne Provenzano considers the creative process in depth, compares different versions of Frankenstein, and puts Mary Shelley’s life as a 19th century literary woman into historical context. The audience members have an opportunity to speak with Mary Shelley on how creative expression plays a role in their own lives. This show is free to attend.
Adrienne Provenzano is an accomplished professional musician, actress, and educator. Certified as an interpretive guide through the National Association for Interpretation, Provenzano’s historic portrayals are engaging and informative. Mary Shelley, Gene Stratton-Porter, Sarah Bolton, Amelia Earhart, and Beatrix Potter are among the significant women of history that Provenzano portrays.
Free copies of the book, Frankenstein, are available for pickup by the adult circulation desk.