Frank Fainer

Frank D. Fainer, Paraguayan-American baritone and actor, is known for his venturesome acting choices on the stage and on screen. Frank’s favorite roles include Dandini (La Cenerentola), Guglielmo (Così fan tutte), the Pirate King (Pirates of Penzance), Stephen Sondheim (Side by Side by Sondheim), Schaunard (La bohème), and Jesus (Godspell). In the summer of 2014 Frank attended Song Fest to perform contemporary works with John Musto, and in 2016 he earned a Bachelor of Music in voice at the University of Colorado at Boulder under the guidance of Patrick Mason. As a two year participant in the intensive Scottsdale Conservatory Theatre program, Frank fine-tuned the skills of theatre acting in the indepth role study of Tom in The Glass Menagerie. Frank resides in New York City.

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Frank D. Fainer, Paraguayan-American baritone and actor, is known for his venturesome acting choices
on the stage and on screen. Frank’s favorite roles include Dandini (La Cenerentola), Guglielmo (Così fan
tutte), the Pirate King (Pirates of Penzance), Stephen Sondheim (Side by Side by Sondheim), Schaunard
(La bohème), and Jesus (Godspell). In the summer of 2014 Frank attended Song Fest to perform
contemporary works with John Musto, and in 2016 he earned a Bachelor of Music in voice at the
University of Colorado at Boulder under the guidance of Patrick Mason. As a two year participant in the
intensive Scottsdale Conservatory Theatre program, Frank fine-tuned the skills of theatre acting in the
indepth role study of Tom in The Glass Menagerie. Frank resides in New York City.