Frank's Place to screen again at NOCCA



Tim Reid in Franks Place.
  • Tim Reid in Frank's Place.
Last year, Frank's Place — the acclaimed-but-quickly-cancelled 1980s sitcom about the fictional New Orleans restaurant Chez Louisiane — saw the light of day for the first time in more than a decade at a special screening at the New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts (NOCCA).

Now NOCCA is bringing back Frank's Place, and Reid, for a return engagement Oct. 11 at 7:30 p.m. for a screening of different episodes. Also on the panel will be the show's co-creator, Hugh Wilson (who was a major highlight at the last screening), along with Treme writer Lolis Eric Elie and moderator Poppy Tooker. Tickets are $15 and are sure to go quickly. To get yours, click here.

(To read our 2008 cover story on the long, strange trip of Frank's Place and Tim Reid, and to find out why it's still not out on DVD, click here.)

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