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Opened Oct 9, 2008
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Starting from [Mary] Shelley's original, (Frankenstein) but with a sharp eye for cogency and a sharp ear for the turn of a phrase, [Neal Bell] has managed to locate the philosophic germ inside each of the horror myth's iconic scenes. The scare is still there, but it now has other functions than merely frightening your inner child with fantasies of impotence, rape and castration on a dark and stormy night. If you really want to frighten yourself, there's always today's paper; if you want a dramatic story that makes you think about the meaning and purpose of life, you should probably go and see MONSTER." -Michael Feingold, Village Voice
825 Walnut St
Philadelphia, PA 19107
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