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An Evening with Groucho

An Evening with Groucho

The New York Times calls Frank Ferrante “the greatest living interpreter of Groucho Marx’s material.”  From 1986-87, Ferrante starred in the off-Broadway hit, "Groucho: A Life in Revue," written by Groucho's son, Arthur Marx. Ferrante’s own one-man show, “An Evening with Groucho” includes improvisation and audience interaction as he brings Groucho’s subversive, outrageous humor to life. Susan Wallner talks to Frank Ferrante about his early and on-going fascination with the legendary comedian. In July, “An Evening with Groucho” comes to the Algonquin Theatre in Manasquan (July 12) and Centenary Stage in Hackettstown (July 13).

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“All the World’s a Stage”: Shakespeare’s 'As You Like It' on The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s Outdoor Stage

“All the World’s a Stage”: Shakespeare’s 'As You Like It' on The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s Outdoor Stage