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Seen Off Broadway:

Frankenstein

has risen from the grave—again. Even though Frankenstein adaptations onstage don’t have a glorious history (the notorious 1980 version was one of the biggest financial calamities in Broadway history), playwright Neal Bell has tried again, at Classic Stage Company, with Monster, based directly on Mary Shelley’s novel. Bell has done well with books onstage before—he did a taut version of Zola’s Therese Raquin, also

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