November 4 - 19, 2011
Fourth Street Theatre

A Greek comedy by Aristphanes
Directed by Aaron Rossini

Now stir up your voices, and let’s hear the song. May our revels begin and go on all night long.

A rowdy, bawdy romp through the underworld, Frogs is a celebration of humor and a poignant examination of the purpose of art. Inventing what would become the finest traditions of modern comedy, Aristophanes brings to life characters that belong in the same breath as the Three Stooges, Mel Brooks and Looney Tunes. A night of original music, jokes and capable storytelling, Frogs flexes FLT’s theatrical muscles in a comedy event 2,500 years in the making.

Runtime: 100 minutes (no intermission)


Matt Clevy*
Craig Wesley Divino*
Scott Raker*
Haas Regen*
Rudi Utter*
Karl Gregory*
Blake Segal*
Rachel Christopher*
Rebecca Gibel*
Rich Williams* (understudy)
John Tracey* (understudy)

Stage Manager: Jamie Steffen*
Set Design: Tristan Jeffers
Lighting Design: John Eckert
Costume Design: Allison Crutchfield
Original Music Composer: Eric Thomas Johnson
Dramaturg /Assistant Director: Brandt Adams
Voice/Dialect Coach: Jimmy King
Poster Design: Dan Short and Mandi O'Brien

* appears courtesy of Actors' Equity Association


...Fault Line Theatre is making an impact in the cacophony of off Broadway theatre companies... I couldn’t stop laughing although I was biting my lip in two...
— Blog Critics
No ironic commentary or radical interpretation here—just a straightforward, enthusiastic presentation of an ancient Greek entertainment. Under Aaron Rossini’s direction, this fresh-faced approach is ultimately winning.
— Show Business Weekly
...the only show in town where history nerds and Three Stooges fans will both find something to enjoy...
— Theatre is Easy
Nominated for Outstanding Actor in a Featured Role (Karl Gregory), Outstanding Director (Aaron Rossini), and Outstanding Revival of a Play
— New York Innovative Theatre Awards, 2012