About Hank Curry
Hank Curry is an actor, writer, director, and clown. He is a graduate of Temple University with a B.A. in Theatre and Communications. He has worked with EgoPo Classic Theatre, Simpatico Theatre Project, InterAct, The Renegade Company, and Power Street Theatre Company, among others. He has had work commissioned by The Manayunk Theatre Company, Fairmount Park Conservancy in Philadelphia, and New City Stage Company. Hank has self-produced six original works, including “The Fortress”, an official selection of the Buster Keaton Centennial Celebration in 2017. He has performed at the Fringearts and SoLow Festivals in Philadelphia and at the Hollywood Fringe in Los Angeles. In 2016 he was an artist in residence for the Philadelphia School for Circus Arts. Hank has also taught theatre for grades 4-6 as part of the Philadelphia Arts Education Partnership in 2011 and as a Visiting Artist at the Wolf Performing Arts Center in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania in 2022. In 2021 he published his first novel, "Body of the Crime: A Tiffany St. Clair Mystery".
“Experimental theatre is alive and well in Philadelphia [thanks to] Hank Curry…”
- REP Radio
“I found Hank’s use of rhythm and language to be uncanny and his presence to be remarkably intriguing.”
- Jill Harrison, Director's Gathering founder and executive director
“…Curry shows himself to be a fine actor…”
“His ability to switch characters at a moment’s notice, as well as his desire to constantly try new approaches to his characters, sets the bar high.”
- Jeremy Gable, playwright
"...maladroit, ill-conceived and, at times, inexplicable...His efforts were a dismal failure with [my wife and I], but not an affront to [us]..."
- Ernest Kearney, "The TVolution"
“He’s the funniest guy in the world!” – Ashley, audience member, age 6