Frank Ferrante is an accomplished stage actor, director, and veteran comedian. He has embraced many roles, most notably playing Groucho Marx in the stage production of An Evening with Groucho and Groucho: A Life in Revue and the PBS film Frank Ferrante’s GROUCHO. In this episode of Hungry Trilobyte, Frank and I spend a lot of time talking about how comedy works, what makes live theater so amazing (and how we’ll feel about it after being in lockdown for so long) as well as how Marx Bros-style comedy works in the age of podcasts and YouTube.
In addition to portraying Groucho on stage, Frank works to preserve the legacy of the man by operating GrouchoMarx.com.
Currently, you can find Frank in All Hail Ceaser: An American Love Story. Frank’s next project is a six-month run of Teatro ZinZanni, opening July 8, 2021. Tickets currently for sale.
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