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The Atlanta Radio Theatre Company's dramatization of Thomas E. Fuller's tale creates a moody ambiance that builds mystery thanks to the compelling performances by Jane Berman, Michael Rierson, Scott Hilley, and Alice Sneed. In the grand tradition of old-time radio programs, The Last Dragon to Avondale utilizes an impressive sonic palette to create an atmospheric and immersive experience of a young woman's search to figure out the truth of a bizarre encounter, and its use of these soundscapes as well as the actors' committed voice work combines with the gripping narrative to hook the listener until the spooky climax.
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Summary

As a young lady waits for the subway, the roar of an approaching train becomes a very different kind of roar - and the train becomes a creature of quicksilver and flames. It could be a case of nerves, or a trick of the lighting in a dark, deserted rail station. Or it could be the defiant cry of a creature older than humanity. This is an original, full-cast, soundscaped audio dramatization.
© and (P)1994 Atlanta Radio Theatre Company
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