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Beacon Hill - The Prescott Chronicles

Length: 12 hrs and 25 mins
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The CRT mini-series Beacon Hill is re-edited and compiled here as a continuous feature story, Beacon Hill - The Prescott Chronicles. Set in 1898 Boston, it's the upstairs/downstairs life of the Prescott's, their staff, and the power that patriarch Charles Prescott has over his family - and the city. The award-winning Colonial Radio Theatre On The Air invites you into the mansion of the wealthiest family in 1898 Boston with this epic story of love, deception, intrigue, adventure, and secrets... in the house of shadows on Beacon Hill.

Full Cast Audio Drama. Beacon Hill contains adult content and language. Parental discretion is advised.

Executive Producer Mark Vander Berg Music by Austin Davy, Jeffrey Gage Produced by M.J. Cogburn Written and Directed by Jerry Robbins Cover Art Illustration by Jeff Hayes.

©2012 The Colonial Radio Theatre on the Air (P)2012 The Colonial Radio Theatre on the Air

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I do not recommend this book

I was very disappointed to find one of Jerry Robbins books to have a homosexual scene in it. It also had a lot of swearwords in it. I do not recommend this book.

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Love This Show!

I'm a huge fan of Colonial Radio Theatre anyway, so when I found this I was so happy! I've listened to those program multiple times and the writing and the characters are fantastic. I love the grandmother, she cracks me up. This is a wonderful upstairs/downstairs drama, and it has become one of my favorites from this company.