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RANDY Podcast by Mike Sacks Drops on Stitcher

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The brilliant and hysterical Mike Sacks has released a podcast called RANDY. It is insane and outrageous and is definitely worth a listen. The legend has it that Mike found the audio-memoir of a guy in Maryland on a bunch of CDs at a garage sale. He is now releasing them as 11-episode podcast. Sometimes life is too absurd to be true. The project is released by Stitcher and can be found on all podcast platforms.

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Gibson Frazier appears in the off-Broadway hit Nassim

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From the creator of the off-Broadway smash White Rabbit Red Rabbit comes Nassim — an innovative new play that explores the power of language and friendship. With no rehearsals, a sealed envelope, and a new actor at every performance, see Gibson step into the role this Friday night at New York City Center Stage II.

Tickets can be purchased by clicking here.

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SOME OF THE PEOPLE closes on July 8

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After an amazing run, David Levine's magical, engaging, and singular exhibition SOME OF THE PEOPLE, ALL OF THE TIME closes its limited run at the Brooklyn Museum this Sunday.  Gibson Frazier will deliver the final performance on Sunday at 5pm, but you can come check out Gibson perform the piece at any of the following times:

Thursday, July 5 at 3pm
Friday, July 6 at
Saturday, July 7 at 2pm and 8pm, and
Sunday, July 8 at 5pm

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UNSANE available to Rent or Buy

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Steven Soderbergh's psychological thriller UNSANE is now available to rent or buy on DVD and digital platforms.  Gibson plays Dr. Hawthorne, the doctor at the mental hospital which commits Sawyer Valentini played by Claire Foy.

More information about where and how to watch can be found HERE.

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SOME OF THE PEOPLE opens at the Brooklyn Museum

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David Levine's SOME OF THE PEOPLE ALL OF THE TIME is now running at the Brooklyn Museum.  Gibson is performing in the piece, as the museum describes, "examines the fragility of our democracy. It confronts a timely and disturbing question: What if a member of a gathering—a rally, an audience, even a party—is there under false pretenses? Recently, there have been a number of disturbing revelations about this kind of dishonesty, such as paid “protesters” infiltrating demonstrations, the proliferation of fake Facebook and Twitter accounts, and accusations of “crisis acting” in the media. In each case, feigned and fabricated identities—or even invoking the 'fake' as a means to undermine a given stance or action—are being deployed for political gain."

Gibson performs Thursdays through Sunday through July 8.

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Gibson Interviewed on Australian Radio

Gibson was interviewed by Tim Shaw on 2CC Canberra this morning.  UNSANE opens in Australia this weekend, and Gibson chatted with Tim about what it was like working with Claire Foy and Steven Soderbergh.

You can listen to the interview HERE.

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UNSANE opens tomorrow

We're sure everyone is already buying their tickets for UNSANE, Steven Soderbergh's new thriller starring Claire Foy that opens tomorrow only in theatres.  Soderbergh shot the whole movie for a budget of under $1 million with an iPhone 7 Plus.

Here's a picture of Gibson and Claire Foy on the set of the movie.

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UNSANE announces Theatrical Release

Shrouded in secrecy until now, Steven Soderbergh's new thriller UNSANE has announced it will have a theatrical release in the United States on March 23rd.

Perhaps it can now be shared that Gibson appears in the movie opposite Claire Foy and Amy Irving.

Stay tuned!

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The Knick Premieres on Cinemax

Cinemax's critically acclaimed original series THE KNICK premieres tonight.  Gibson plays Harold Prettyman, an up-and-coming businessman who is looking for investors in his enterprise to build the subway system.

The entire series is directed, photographed, and edited by the extraordinary Steven Soderbergh.

The photograph above was taken on the set seen in Episode 1 at the groundbreaking of the construction site for the new Knickerbocker Hospital.  Featured in the photograph (from l. to r.) are Charles Aitken (Henry Robertson), Wynn Harmon (Mayor Van Wyck), Andrew Rannells (Frazier Wingo), Jeremy Bobb (Herman Barrow), and Gibson Frazier.

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Elite Entertainer of U.S. Troops

Gibson has just returned from Kuwait where he had the honor of performing for a coalition of international troops at Camp Arifjan Army Base.

Arts in the Armed Forces, an organization founded by Adam Driver and Joanne Tucker to bring theatre to active duty personnel, veterans, and their families, invited Gibson and a handful of other actors including Natasha Lyonne, Jay O. Sanders, Kristine Nielsen, Armando Riesco, and Saidah Arrika Ekulona to perform pieces from contemporary American plays.  There was even a film crew from the news channel VICE in tow as they're putting together a piece on AITAF.

It was an extraordinary and unforgettable experience for everyone involved.  And above are several photographs from the trip.

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