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  • The Woza Afrika! Festival: Gangsters

    The Woza Afrika! Festival: Gangsters September 24 - 28, 1986

    Newhouse Theater

    Two short plays—one about a couple living in a shantytown, and the other, the story of a radical poet who is arrested, tortured, and eventually killed in prison. Learn More »

    September 24 - 28, 1986
  • Swimming to Cambodia

    Swimming to Cambodia May 13 - August 3, 1986

    Newhouse Theater

    This tenth in a series of ongoing autobiographic monologs is based on Spalding’s exploits as an actor in the award-winning film 'The Killing Fields'. Learn More »

    May 13 - August 3, 1986
  • Terrors of Pleasure

    Terrors of Pleasure May 13 - August 3, 1986

    Newhouse Theater

    Quite by accident, or because he was in a rush, or because Mercury was in retrograde, or all the above, Spalding Gray buys a perfectly imperfect house in the Catskills that just happens to be built on clay. Learn More »

    May 13 - August 3, 1986
  • Sex & Death to the age 14

    Sex & Death to the age 14 May 13 - June 22, 1986

    Newhouse Theater

    The first of Spalding’s monologues, which was first performed in New York in 1979 is a funny account of his adolescent initiation to sex and death while growing up as a Christian Scientist in Rhode Island. Learn More »

    May 13 - June 22, 1986
  • Juggling and Cheap Theatrics (Newhouse)

    Juggling and Cheap Theatrics (Newhouse) April 23 - May 4, 1986

    Newhouse Theater

    The Flying Karamazov Brothers continue that Grand Tradition of the Theatre, performing their full-sized stage show with all the bells and whistles in nice places everywhere, from Broadway on up. Learn More »

    April 23 - May 4, 1986
  • Prairie Du Chien/The Shawl

    Prairie Du Chien/The Shawl December 20, 1985 - February 2, 1986

    Newhouse Theater

    These 1985 performances of David Mamet’s ghost stories, PRAIRIE DU CHIEN and THE SHAWL were the very first productions of the newly formed Lincoln Center Theater. Learn More »

    December 20, 1985 - February 2, 1986