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a| 9781559364140 (pbk.)
a| 1559364149 (pbk.)
a| DLC b| eng c| DLC d| YDX d| BTCTA d| YDXCP d| BDX
a| PS3552.O46 b| A6 2013
a| 812/.54 2| 23
a| DRA001000 a| FAM029000 2| bisacsh
a| Bogosian, Eric, e| author.
a| Plays. k| Selections
a| Sex Plays / c| Eric Bogosian.
a| First edition.
a| New York : b| Theatre Communications Group, Inc., c| 
a| 135 pages ; c| 21 cm
a| "A born storyteller with perfect pitch."--The New York Times "Greatly and bilaterally talented. spiky, stinging, caustic without cauterizing. And funny."--New York One of America's premier performers and most innovative and provocative artists offers his two newest plays: Skunkweed details the culture clash between a Los Angeles screenwriter and a working-class girl and her rural Florida clan in a hotel room, and 1+1 explores desire, greed, and responsibility to others through the lives of an aspiring actress, assistant restaurant manager, and a photographer. About the characters in 1+1, Eric Bogosian recently stated, "Bri, Phil, and Carl are based on people I've found intensely interesting my whole life: a good-looking hustler, an ambitious pretty girl, and a 'good guy' who always seems to finish last. The story is a parable. All my plays are. My plays are not expositions of a specific time and place. Rather, I try to find a way to set them so that the audience can immerse itself in a situation. I don't have answers. I have questions." Eric Bogosian is a writer and actor who has authored five full-length plays and created six full-length solos for himself, including Talk Radio; subUrbia; Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll; Pounding Nails in the Floor with My Forehead; and Drinking in America. He is the recipient of three OBIE Awards and a Drama Desk Award, and has toured throughout the United States and Europe. "-- c| Provided by publisher.
a| 1 + 1 -- Skunkweed.
b| vanp h| PS3552.O46 i| A6 2013 x| YAPSR 12/05/2013
a| 562620 b| 2013-12-05 c| 15.95 c| 15.15 g| 1 i| PromptCat YAPSR r| 31198052064602
a| 92 b| PAU