Early Dramatic Versions of Frankenstein
(see St.Clair, 60-61, and Forry)
Presumption; or, The Fate of Frankenstein (later retitled Frankenstein; or, The Dangers of Presumption). 1823.
The Man and the Monster! or, The Fate of Frankenstein (later retitled Frankenstein; or, The Monster ). 1826.
Frankenstein; or, The Model Man. (1849).
The Man and the Monster (revivals staged in Birmingham, Edinburgh, and perhaps elsewhere). 1850s.
Frankenstein; or, The Vampire's Victim. 1887.
Another Piece of Presumption (a burlesque, at the Adelphi Theatre). 1823.
Humgumption; or, Dr. Frankenstein and the Hobgoblin of Hoxton (a burlesque). 1823.
Frank-in-Steam; or, The Modern Promise to Pay (a burlesque). 1824.
The Monster and the Magician; or, The Fate of Frankenstein. Adaptation by Henry Milner, described as a "Peculiar Romantic Melo-Dramatic Pantomimic Spectacle." 1826.