Frank Oteri

Frank Oteri

After four years of service in the U.S. Army, Frank A. Oteri relocated from Connecticut to Colorado to begin his life outside of the military. In 2007, upon receiving his Mass Communications degree with a minor in creative writing, Mr. Oteri moved to Denver. In 2008, his first play, Edgar, was performed by Brooks Center Arts as a part of the company’s In the City production. Two years later his play, Intimate...
After four years of service in the U.S. Army, Frank A. Oteri relocated from Connecticut to Colorado to begin his life outside of the military. In 2007, upon receiving his Mass Communications degree with a minor in creative writing, Mr. Oteri moved to Denver. In 2008, his first play, Edgar, was performed by Brooks Center Arts as a part of the company’s In the City production. Two years later his play, Intimate Information was produced by Vintage Theatre as part of the theatre’s A Very Dark Holiday Playwright Festivus. In 2013, Mr. Oteri was selected to participate in Horse and Cart Theatre’s PlayOffs finishing in the final six out of sixteen contestants. The following year, Tales from the Peacetime Army, was a semi-finalist in the Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte’s nuVoices play festival and a finalist at the Edge Theatre’s On the Edge: A Festival of New Plays.

Plays

  • Always with a Bang
    Caleb Andrews and Lillian Ellingwood are caught in a repetitive post-life loop that begins with a simple question and always ends with a bang. Since making the decision to end their own physical lives, the two are forced to repeat their violent ends upon the ring of a bell. Patterns break as they discover unknown truths about each other’s past until one is left alone for eternity.