Oct 5, 2017
Are you curious or does curiosity kill the cat? Nicole Orabona, from the new immersive experience 'Curiosities' (running in Brooklyn through November 2017), joins the podcast to discuss! Plus, how discovering Tom Petty lyrics came at the right time for someone in need of easing up on their personal boundaries.
Listen in for the discount code and get your discount code at curiositiesnyc.com!
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Additional Themes and 'Puppy Love' from BLOOD [By The Mummers] written and performed by Jason Purdy.
is an Award Winning Creator & Producer, reveling
in Comedy & Entertainment for nearly two decades. Currently, he
is the host of 'The Improviser's Guide
Podcast', which examines how the
foundation of improvisation affects our day to day
Frank has appeared throughout New York City performing improvisation and standup comedy, including performances at Super Bowl XLVIII, Turning Stone Casino, Gotham Comedy Club, Universal Studios, Walt Disney World, and for 15 years off the shores of Lake Ontario at the Sterling Renaissance Festival as their emcee, Lenny Burrows. Most recently, Frank was part of the cast for the New York City premiere of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival hit, Joe's NYC Bar.
Since 2009, Frank has been the Founder and Producing Director of the 'Raft of Comic Knockouts' known as [By The Mummers]. Known for their 'unpredictable, coming out-of-nowhere humor' (Backstage), their musical 'BLOOD' was a Next Link Selection of the New York Musical Theatre Festival and was named 'Best of the Fest' by Davenport Theatricals. [By The Mummers] are the reigning, defending Champions of the Down Under Improv Festival.
Besides serving as a member of the writing team for several original [By The Mummers] events, Frank has had public stagings of two original modern Commedia dell'Arte performances and has devised several structured scenarios for productions in New York City and across the state. In September 2015, [By The Mummers] held a public staged reading of Frank's historical, satirical, farce, 'The Double Play' at Foley's, Home to the Irish American Baseball Hall of Fame.