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 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 off-Broadway at the United Solo Festival; at the Fringearts and SoLow Festivals in Philadelphia; at the Rochester Fringe Festival in Rochester, NY; 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".
"The transitions between characters were fluid, the comical delivery was expert...If you missed the ridiculously talented Hank Curry this time, be sure to catch future performances..."
- Deb Miller, DC Theater Arts
"With his tremendously expressive face and body language, he turns the stage into city streets and a concert hall...a celebration of classic pantomime."
- Stephanie Eagan, All About Solo
“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