dEAD dOG pARK premiers

A white police officer is accused of pushing an African American teenage boy out of a four story window during a routine police chase. Produced by Boz And The Bard Productions, Inc in association with Bedlam at 59E59 Feb 11 to March 6

Boz and the Bard Productions

Frank Avellino is very eager to help introduce “dEAD dOG pARK” to New York City. Frank, and partner Steve Hess, first discovered this play early in 2011 when Barry Malawer participated in their play-reading program, Play With a Play, offered by their theater company, Boz and the Bard. Immediately, Frank and Steve were cognizant of the great potential this play has to entertain audiences on many levels, and to spark time-relevant thought and conversation.

Recently Frank was the associate producer on the new musical, “Date of a Lifetime” (NYMF 2011) by Carl Kissin and Rob Baumgartner, Jr., and the industry reading of the new musical, “Twilight: The Unauthorized Musical Parody” (New World Stages, Jan., 2012). Frank, also a graphic designer specializing in theater and the performing arts, created the logo, branding, and graphics for these shows, as well as for “One Night With Fanny Brice,” by Chip Deffaa (St. Luke’s Theatre, 2011), and most recently, “RIDE’ by Damon Intrabartolo, slated to open in NYC this summer. 

Boz and the Bard Productions, Inc. (B&B) is a theater production company working in NYC and NJ. Focusing on the development of new plays, B&B fosters playwrights by providing a venue to hear their works read aloud far earlier in the creative process than is usual. In 2001, their inaugural season, Boz and the Bard directed and produced the NYC premieres of three new plays, “Like Bees To Honey,” by Andrea Green, “Miss Lizzie A. Borden Invites You to Tea,” by Marjorie Conn, and “Harry Consumed,” by Warren Green.

For more information, please contact Frank at, or visit online and on Facebook, Frank Avellino “Logo Your Show.”  201-803-9557