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The Gene Frankel Theatre
24 Bond Street New York, NY 10012
212-777-1767
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4 reviews
1 stars
attended Mar 01 2014

The gene frankel theater was a very small theater. Viewing the performance was difficult from many seats. The acting was spirited at times but lacked any sort of professionalism. The actors looked like they were having fun though.

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Paul Bellantoni
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0 stars
attended Feb 28 2014

Couldn't make it through the show. We left at intermission. The acting was so terrible and amateur.

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1 review
6 stars
attended Mar 08 2014

Very funny! Young, talented, enthusiastic actors make this play come alive after a couple of millennia!

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Website

http://www.theonomatopoeiatheatrecompany.com/pseudolus.html

Description

Cast 

Pseudolus – Miranda Webster 

Calidorus, Simo – Alex Levitt 

Ballio – Sarah Hegarty 

Harpax, Simia, Boy, Ballio’s Slaves – Matthew K. Davis 

Phoenicium, Charinus, Callipho, Cook, Ballio’s Women – Madison Byles 

Crew 

Director – Thomas R. Gordon 

Stage Manager – Samantha Ryel 

Costume Design – Al Malonga 

Set Designer – Zach Serafin 

Lighting Designer – Brian Henderson 

Production Manager – Tasha Partee 

Costume Director – Charlotte Gaspard 

About the Ticket Supplier: The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company

The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company was formed to serve as a safe space for anyone who works in the arts, and considers themselves and to be an underdog, a misfit or just misunderstood. Quite often, many of these artists will have grand ideas, yet remain too apprehensive or afraid to express them. We at The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company wish to change this. Our goal is to promote ideas and performances that otherwise might not have been done for one reason or another or that have seemed just out of reach before. From doing a classic piece of theatre to experimenting with new possibilities in performance art, nothing is too big or too small for The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company. We are dedicated to producing the show that was always in someone's imagination! For instance, if you have ever had an idea at a party late at night, but you think no one would be interested, The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company would probably be interested. Our hope is that The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company will regularly serve as a catalyst for new idea's and possibilities.