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“Inflatable Frankenstein,” a co-production of Performance Space 122 and the Kitchen, is one of the opening productions in a month replete with theater work that aims to stake out (or make up) new artistic frontiers. Running simultaneously in New York this January are PS 122’s Coil festival (of which “Frankenstein” is a part) and the Under the Radar festival (which operates under the aegis of the Public Theater). And it’s hard to think of a more fitting prologue to the weeks of innovation and mayhem ahead.
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The New York Times’ Ben Brantley reviewed Inflatable Frankenstein on its opening night and recommended it highly. Tickets are almost gone so get your now!

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