May 15, 2019
Red Circle Sponsor:
Francine Wolf brings her improv comedy back to The Studio@620 in May--this time with her comical cousin Larry Bukovey. The show is about a baby boomer who has always loved to bake and makes wonderful confections using the audience as ingredients. Her cousin Larry helps her bake—but where does he get these recipes? Find out the answer. Come and see what funny concoctions they whip up in this hour long show! Lots of audience interaction and if you choose to participate, it’s frosting on the cake!
Francine Wolf is a performance artist and older baby boomer with thirty years of stage, screen and commercial experience, and has been a member and founder of assorted improv groups in Ohio and Florida since the mid-90’s, in addition to teachingimprov. She tours and sings in senior communities with her musical duo, “ZaZu’s Revue”.“Half-Baked Boomer” has toured as a solo show and just returned from the Rogue Fringe Festival in Fresno, California, and will take it to Portland, Maine’s PortFringe in June.In February she was honored to be a part of the juried, “The Art of Women: A Heart and Soul Celebration,” an evening showcasing: Diverse Art Installations by Diverse Women in Tampa.
Larry loves improv and it has loved him back. He has had the privilege of playing with all of the wonderful improv theaters in the Tampa Bay area as well as in Sarasota. Larry currently performs and teaches at Spitfire Theater in St. Pete and is directing his first show, "Game of Lesser Thrones" (thank you George R.R. Martin) playing every Friday and Saturday night in April at 9pm and 10pm. Oh... he loves Francine too!