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Cruise, The (30 min)

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On a cruise to Antarctica, Joe meets a sexually adventurous couple. The woman has a passionate and increasingly perverse affair with the ship’s captain. Both a crew member and a tourist develop appendicitis and one performs surgery on the other.

  • Series: In the Dark
  • Show Type: Monologue
  • Cast: Joe Frank
  • Air Date: 1994
  • Digital Audio Bit Rate: 128kbps

 

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1 review for Cruise, The (30 min)

  1. 4 out of 5

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    Now I cannot say, sadly, that this is my favorite recording by Joe Frank, but I can certainly say it is in my top 5, and a good starting point for someone trying to understand his work a bit better. This story is entirely believable, it most likely happened to somebody, if not to JF himself. Even as the characters and their circumstances become more and more outlandish, the progression is revealed step-by-step, smoothly flowing from a variety of topics such as end-of-life dignity, marital devotion, medical responsibility, and animal cruelty. There is a main story, stories being told by the characters within the story, and it all continues just long enough to give a feeling of completeness to the characters, rather than abruptly cutting to the credits a token 100 lines after the climax. A tale well worth the price, one you might just be tempted to share at your next dinner party.

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On a cruise to Antarctica, Joe meets a sexually adventurous couple. The woman has a passionate and increasingly perverse affair with the ship’s captain. Both a crew member and a tourist develop appendicitis and one performs surgery on the other.

  • Series: In the Dark
  • Show Type: Monologue
  • Cast: Joe Frank
  • Air Date: 1994
  • Digital Audio Bit Rate: 128kbps

 

4.00 out of 5

1 review for Cruise, The (30 min)

  1. 4 out of 5

    :

    Now I cannot say, sadly, that this is my favorite recording by Joe Frank, but I can certainly say it is in my top 5, and a good starting point for someone trying to understand his work a bit better. This story is entirely believable, it most likely happened to somebody, if not to JF himself. Even as the characters and their circumstances become more and more outlandish, the progression is revealed step-by-step, smoothly flowing from a variety of topics such as end-of-life dignity, marital devotion, medical responsibility, and animal cruelty. There is a main story, stories being told by the characters within the story, and it all continues just long enough to give a feeling of completeness to the characters, rather than abruptly cutting to the credits a token 100 lines after the climax. A tale well worth the price, one you might just be tempted to share at your next dinner party.

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