Play Review

A monster meets his maker in 'Victor'

What if man had the power to create life from inanimate forms? Should he?
The High Street Arts Center presents Alistair Faulkner's "Victor," a powerful play directed by Rolland Petrello that explores this question in a sequel of sorts to Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein." It's a moral fable more than a horror story, a tale where the protagonist, not the monster, goes mad.
The play uses the novel's framing device, in which Captain Walton (Exileo Flores), while sailing in the Artic S...

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