In 2001 a group of Portland, ME, area theatrical professionals began creating a series of audio theatre programs: Nightmares on Congress Street, "classic horror stories to chill and thrill". These productions have all been broadcast on Maine's NPR station for the past few Halloween Eves.
Now in its fourth year, this production includes an original story that is dedicated to Maine's very own master of the macabre, Stephen King.
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"It's rare that I hear something modern that captures the spirit of Halloween. Sure, there's some scary stuff out there, and some funny scary stuff out there, but Nightmares on Congress Street really catches the fun spirit of Halloween. There are scares and laughs in good measure throughout, and you'd be hard-pressed to find better production quality anywhere." (SFFaudio)
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