Bringing back the dead

President Lincoln and Mary Todd climb onto the opera box for the assassination scene in the Constantine Center Theater Saturday. Photos by Rachel Anne Seymour/Bigheart Times

President Lincoln and Mary Todd climb onto the opera box for the assassination scene in the Constantine Center Theater Saturday. Photos by Rachel Anne Seymour/Bigheart Times

A crew of 30 Pawhuskans was bringing the dead back to life and rewriting history at the Constantine Center Theater on Saturday.

Dressed in frilly 19th century attire, Constantine board members, Gary Hartness, Lori Loftis and Jacob Collier, were actors and extras in the film “Army of Frankensteins” with the help of Director Ryan Bellgardt. The story centers on Alan Jones, who is beaten “within an inch of his life by a street gang” then taken to a deranged doctor and his kid genius assistant, who experiment on Jones, hoping to recreate a Frankenstein, according to the movie’s website. Their science experiment rips a hole in space and time, pulling Jones – the new Frankenstein – back to the days of Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War. Jones doesn’t go alone though. Hundreds of Frankensteins from parallel universes are pulled back in time with him. And as the plot description says, “History will never be the same” and “Lincoln didn’t free the slaves alone.”

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