In her adventures in Tamir, Rosella met a wandering minstrel by the name of Frankie of Avalon. He played the lute and sang, both with little skill. Rosella gave a book of Shakespeare's plays to the man and in return was given his lute. The minstrel turned into a Thespian, and was much happier.
When last seen, Frankie was emoting loudly to the world and declaring that he had found his true profession--that of actor. It's unclear how long he kept that vow, but went on to act in a musically comedic adaptation of the Bard's masterpiece, Hamlet. It was the world premier by the one and only Frankie of Avalon.
- Wandering Minstrel
- The Entertainer
- Genesta's Theme
- Old Folks At Home/Suwanee River
Behind the Scenes Edit
His name is a reference to the singer of the popular 1950s song "Venus," Frankie Avalon.