Join Frank Murphy from the Krisha & Frank Show and Kathryn Frady from Marble City Opera to learn more about MCO’s upcoming production of Tosca, including spoiler alerts and demonstrations of stage fighting and Tosca’s famous leap.

Performances are on June 3, 4, and 5, 2021. Tickets and more information available at https://www.marblecityopera.com/tickets

Featuring:
Frank Murphy, host
Kathryn Frady, Tosca
Marya Barry, Stage Director
Jacob Lassetter, Baron Scarpia
Brandon Evans, Mario Cavaradossi
David Crawford, Cesare Angelotti

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Frank bought 45 rolls of toilet paper for Krisha while he was at Sam’s Club. The next day, they met near the Sunsphere to interview Kathryn Frady of Marble City Opera. Kathryn arrived just as Krisha was transferring the toilet paper from Frank’s car to her own.

Krisha’s kids use a lot of toilet paper. Frank admits to using too many paper towels. Krisha has stopped using Clorox wipes after reading a study that overuse of disinfectants only leaves the strongest germs that aren’t killed by the wipes.

Frank got a part time radio job. The station’s offices are inside the Sunsphere. Frank noticed some parking spaces that say “Reserved for Sunsphere clients.” He texted the owner of the radio station to ask permission to park in the company spot.

Kathryn noticed the “No Swimming / No Wading” signs at World’s Fair Park. Krisha told Kathryn about swimming in the water on the Fourth of July during a paddle-boat race while Frank did live play-by-play on WBIR.

Marble City Opera presents the world premiere of Royal Flush by Frank Pesci on March 11, 12, and 13, 2021 at the Tennessee Amphitheater in World’s Fair Park. The opera is a comedy about four sisters playing poker with their mother, who knows all their “tells.” Tickets are on sale at https://www.MarbleCityOpera.com/tickets

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It’s the day after Ash Wednesday. At Frank’s church, they used cotton balls to apply ashes to the parishioners’ foreheads. Last year the lockdown started after Ash Wednesday.

Krisha mentions Marshmallow Peeps, which causes Frank to go on about his love of Peeps. Krisha’s stepmother prefers stale Peeps. Frank likes to roast Peeps over an open flame.

Frank read about a Peeps shortage due to a production shutdown during the lockdown. Krisha finds Frank’s stash of Peeps. When he saw a package of 45 Peeps at Sam’s Club, he took a photo to send to former local TV news anchor Kristin Farley, who also loves Peeps.

Krisha has been ranking the greenways that she prefers. The Third Creek Greenway is “mixed use,” meaning that runners have to share the path with bicyclists. Krisha says the cyclists dress and act like they are in the Tour de France. They seem to get irritated by pedestrians, dog-walkers, and runners being in their way.

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Krisha & Frank visit Sharp’s Ridge Veterans Memorial Park, which has a great view of downtown Knoxville. Krisha tells Frank about her first radio job at a station on Sharp’s Ridge. The last time Frank went to the Park, it cost him a $1,000 repair bill. Frank tells Krisha how he was warned to avoid the “pickle park” when he first moved to Knoxville. When Frank worked on the Ridge, he would see wild turkeys outside the studio window.

Krisha looked up the words added to the dictionary in the years she and Frank were born. Frank tries to guess what song was number one when Krisha was born. The top songs of that year remind Frank of listening to Sandy Weaver on Q107 in Washington, D.C.

Krisha took a radio class in the Andrew Johnson Building, which was once the hotel where Hank Williams, Sr. spent his final night. Several artists performed their last show in Knoxville, including George Jones, Sergei Rachmaninoff, and Randy Rhoads.

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