An Afternoon with Groucho, Starring Frank Ferrante
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The last date listed for An Afternoon with Groucho was Sunday March 8, 2009 / 2:00pm.
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Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Harry Hammerstedt
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Frank Ferrante does a magnificent job of bringing the essence of Groucho to the stage. His body language and timing of patter are "spot on". His ability to interact with the audience, and wise-crack
in the style of Groucho add greatly to the shows' impact. His accompanist is brilliant, and adds just the right touch. My only complaint would be that I had trouble hearing some of the rapid paced jokes. Not sure where to place the blame for that, but I felt that I missed too many laughs. Balcony empty...He deserves a full house.
Come spend “An Afternoon With Groucho.” In this hilarious and touching triumph from award-winning actor/director/playwright Frank Ferrante, the punchy dark humor of the one-and-only Groucho comes faster and funnier than ever before! Take one part impersonation, one part inspiration, connect the past with the present and the present with the past, throw in an ad-libbing genius who interacts with his audience, and call it quite simply, “An Afternoon with Groucho.”