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Frankenstein: Modern Prometheus

On Halloween night, WAMU 88.5 presents "Frankenstein - Modern Prometheus," a tale of love, death and obsession. Produced by Quicksilver Radio Theater with a score by Tony Award winner Mark Hollmann.

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