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Virtual Levy Lecture Series: Love and Frankenstein with Mary Shelley
Frankenstein, the world’s first Science Fiction novel, was written by a nineteen year-old girl named Mary Shelley. How she came to write such a novel reveals the painful struggle of a brilliant and rebellious mind. Born of two idealistic parents, Mary rebelled against English Social norms to have a relationship with romantic poet Percy Bysshe Shelley. Mary’s life experiences add up to “a dark and stormy night” when a story born by a dare liberates her genius.

Megan Wells is a nationally touring, award winning storyteller and actress. Inducted in 2016 into the National Storytelling Networks Circle of Excellence, Megan won the Oracle; a Master American Storyteller. Megan combines the worlds of storytelling with theater and is currently nominated for a Jeff Award in Solo Performance.

Jun 16, 2020 01:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Megan Wells as Mary Shelley
Love and Frankenstein with Mary