Award-Winning Web Series SORRY ARI Covers HAMILTON-Mania in LA
SORRY ARI is a single-camera comedy web series that follows Ari, a fun, positive guy with the absolute worst luck in the world. It was selected as One of the Best Web Series of 2016 by INDIEWIRE. It has screened at the 2017 HollyWeb Festival, The Upright Citizens Brigade in Los Angeles, and was an official selection by FilmShortage. Starring, written and directed by Ari Frenkel (Silicon Valley), the series features Stephen Guarino (I'm Dying Up Here, Dr. Ken), Joe Conti (This is Us), Jee Young Han (Why Him?), Karl Girolamo (As the World Turns), Christine Ko (The Great Indoors), Ken Kirby (Caleb Gallo), and Abigail Klein (Code Black).
The new "Sorry, Ari" episode, premiering Tuesday, September 5th tackles the HAMILTON craze that has taken over Los Angeles. Ari is desperately trying to get tickets to "Hamilton" while it's in town. It seems like every one of his friends already has some! To what lengths will he go to in order to see his dream show? "You shot Lin-Manuel Miranda!!"
Hamilton: An American Musical is a cultural phenomenon that has swept the world. Music, Lyrics, and Book by Lin-Manuel Miranda, "Hamilton" tells the untold story of Founding Father Alexander Hamilton and his rise and struggles in freeing and developing the United States of America. It won 11 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, a Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album, and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. The prior Off-Broadway production won 8 Drama Desk Awards including Outstanding Musical.
Ari Frenkel is a Los Angeles-based Actor, Writer, and Producer. He has appeared on several TV shows including Silicon Valley, Rizzoli & Isles, Transparent, and is set to recur on Paul Reiser & David Steven Simon's upcoming There's...Johnny! starring Tony Danza, Jane Levy, and Roger Bart. Ari has also appeared in several feature films and has performed in regional theaters around the country. He has a BFA in Acting from Montclair State University. During his time there he won the KENNEDY Center Irene Ryan Acting Competition at the National level in Washington, DC.
Full episodes at SorryAri.com