This March the Community Circle Players of SaddleBrooke will present a very funny political satire in a dinner theater venue. What follows is another biography in a series about the actors who will be part of the production. This actor will play the camera-man who films an interview with the governor and, in the process, learns some very interesting aspects about modern government.
Pete Frank will be doing the role of A.C. Petersen though Pete doesn’t have a lot in common with A.C. While A.C. is somewhat quiet and withdrawn, Pete is gregarious and very comfortable around people. In SaddleBrooke he enjoys Tuesday Trivia, two putters’ groups, gardening with Sandy, a little golf, and a lot of tennis.
He and Sandy were educators in Littleton, Colorado; they spent considerable vacation time in Taos and, twelve years ago, they bought a condo there. They now alternate their time between Taos and SaddleBrooke.
They are serious campers, if one considers a small Airstream serious. They even went camping on their honeymoon.
After Colorado, they moved to Tyler, Texas to be near family then to SaddleBrooke about five years ago. His wife, Sandy, helps coordinate the docents for the Community Outreach home tours, has been to more than one Master Gardener class and enjoys many of the aforementioned activities with Pete.
This will be Pete’s first theater experiment but after 25 years in front of students, who seldom applaud their instructors, he’s looking forward to the experience.