Frank Ingrasciotta celebrated the opening night of his solo work Blood Type: Ragu March 5 at Off-Broadway's Actors' Playhouse.
Ted Sod directs the one-man show penned and performed by Ingrasciotta at the Off-Broadway venue now owned by filmmaker Lawrence Page. Blood Type: Ragu, according to press notes, tells the "story of a Sicilian immigrant family and their cultural struggle in America through four turbulent, yet comical decades as Frank jockeys between two cultures – his parent's old world views and the new world, a.k.a. America."
Here are some photos from the opening-night party at New York City's Cornelia Street Cafe: