Gray's Anatomy

    Friday June 6, 2014 @ 9:30 PM

    Free ticket with a $10 K2 minimum.

    1996, USA/ UK, Steven Soderbergh, 80 min. Starring Spalding Gray

    Introduced by writer Nathaniel Rich

    Movie Medicine Facts

    Spalding Gray mostly worked in experimental theater; his style as an actor was influenced by Allen Ginsberg, Ramblin' Jack Elliot, and the American autobiographical movement.

    The Broadway performance of "Gray's Anatomy" by Spalding Gray opened at the Vivian Beaumont Theatre and ran for 13 performances.

    This was the fourth and last of Gray's theatrically released monologue films, following Swimming to CambodiaMonster in a Box, and Terrors of Pleasure.

    About the speaker

    Nathaniel Rich is the author of two novels, The Mayor's Tongue and Odds Against Tomorrow, an NPR best book of 2013. His essays and journalism appear regularly in The New York Review of Books, Harper's, the Atlantic, and the New York Times Magazine, where he is a contributing writer. Rich lives in New Orleans.