While not a reading, Frank's book-of-poetry-made-play is part of the tour, and an awesome one at that. It really was fun as hell to watch. But I'll leave it up to the audience:
"I thought it was very sensual, very passionate, it left nothing unsaid."
"It was from a very different perspective than you normally get in history. It was a very personal point of view."
"What little bit of research I've done of York, it obviously transcended that. The words he used--making the ash fire again.That's what it was."
"Me being a writer myself, it's just, damn. How do I do that myself?"
Full house, opening night. 'Nuff said.