Rating is available when the video has been rented.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
Uploaded on Jan 5, 2009
Cloning Mary Shelley A Fantasia by Jack Lynch and Edie Campbell Drawing on Mary Shelley's life and her novel "Frankenstein", this one-woaman play explores reproductive technology, the act of creation, and the struggle to know ones real identity. It dissects the relationship of actress Edie Campbell with the life and writings of Mary Shelley, and the eternal conflict between science and art. Employing everything from creation myths to potato heads, Cloning Mary Shelley is an original contribution to the ethical debate surrounding stem-cell research, reflecting on some of the questions facing us today as baby-makers. "This is a work of great empathy and invention, a model for monologists" 5-Stars Edmonton Journal "...an exploding wunderkabinet... a clever physical manifestation of a rich brain at work" Prague Fringe Festival