Horror fans delight! Today the terror continues with a tale driven by the depths man will go to in his reckless need to explore what should be left unexplored — in this case, the boundaries of life and death.
Mary Shelley’s “Modern Prometheus” never sounded better than in this stunning, true-to-the-text audio theater adaptation of Frankenstein, put together by the massive talent of Quicksilver Radio Theatre. Adapted and Produced Craig Wichman, Directed by Jay Stern, and starring a suite of New York’s finest actors. Enjoy![audio:https://radiodramarevival.com/podcasts/rdr-podcast039.mp3]
Radio Drama Revival – Episode 39
Art by Pierre of Frankensteinia
I can’t thank you enough for this great site.
My students read a condensed version of Frankenstein. I will now be able to let them
listen to this great story. What a treat !
So glad you enjoyed the show and love to know that there’s a practical use for this wonderful art! As I’m sure you’ll hear, this adaptation is very true to Shelley’s novel and shows how much you can “show, not tell” using only sound…
Thanks again, and hope you keep listening!
Do you know of a radio play which was centered around a plot of Elizabeth falling to her death on the stairs, and Victor finding a body from a nearby town to put her brain into? I heard it on the radio some months back and have been looking for a CD of it. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
thanx a lot i need this for my hwk lol