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A full-cast dramatization of the classic Russian novel by Mikhail Bulgakov. Satan and his retinue, including a seven-foot-tall skinny fellow with a pince-nez , an obnoxious cigar smoking black cat, and a beautiful naked vampire visit Moscow in the 1920s, taking with them chaos and insanity whereever they go. A full-cast performance featuring David Catlin, Thomas Cox, Lawrence DiStasi, Christine Dunford, Laura Eason, Joy Gregory, Doug Hara, David Kersnar, Mariann Mayberry, Joey Slotnick, Phillip Smith, and Andrew White.

©2010 L.A. Theatre Works (P)2010 L.A. Theatre Works

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As great as it ought to be

What made the experience of listening to The Master and Margarita (Dramatized) the most enjoyable?

For the same reason I've read the book so many times - because it's a fabulous story, delivered here with such enthusiasm and gusto that the characters come to life the moment they open their mouths.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

You don't have a choice - it draws you in immediately!

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  • Jw Beardshaw
  • 03-13-15

A madcap and surreal adventure

No idea what to expect from this, as needed to know the story before seeing a ballet based on the book. What a strange story, but very enjoyable!

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