32 - Frank Ferrante Never Says Die

We are joined by actor, director, and producer Frank Ferrante—described by The New York Times as "the greatest living interpreter of Groucho Marx's material," and known to Teatro Zinzanni audiences as the irrepressible force of nature Chef Ceasar. Frank tells us about the need to be "relentless" in comedy and in shaping a career, the surprising freedom in playing a way-larger-than-life character, and how he got his start by impressing Groucho Marx's own family and a couple of Broadway legends.

Links

eveningwithgroucho.com - Info and touring schedule for Frank's astonishing and hilarious portrayal of the iconic American comedian, Groucho Marx.

zinzanni.com - See Frank as the uproarious Chef Ceasar in an amazing show that is "three-hour whirlwind of international cirque, comedy and cabaret artists all served up with a scrumptious multi-course feast and elegant libations."