The struggle to live faithfully in the media age. Frank’s humorous talk about the media, often reviewed as “the best speech we’ve ever heard.” Read more…
Frank explains how he approaches a text, and coaches lectors individually.
A “master class” in which Frank teaches the most helpful acting techniques he’s learned in New York and Hollywood, and coaches individual actors in their monologues.
An eye-opening “guest lecture” about the structure of a good story, in the tradition of Hollywood’s screenwriting guru, Robert McKee (great for English classes).
“Do not be conformed to this age but be transformed”… Key passages from St. Paul’s writings, reflecting on our American idols, and calling us to know the joy of faith, hope, and love.
(or: Life After High School: What They Don’t Tell You)
Humorous life lessons for public schools, especially good for Juniors and Seniors in the winter or spring.
A humorous look at the media wizards and why they never tell us the truth (even if they’d like to). Great for public schools, or civic organizations.