GRAY'S ANATOMY is the 14th in Spalding Gray's popular series of one-man shows based on his life. This was the fifth seen at Lincoln Center Theater. In this new chapter, the author is up to his eyeballs in problems when he is diagnosed with an unusual seeing disability. To save his sight, he goes on an absurd adventure in the worlds of traditional and alternative to discover that he must deal with his mortality and something even more threatening: marriage. As usual, it was a funny, striking, articulate evening by a master storyteller. GRAY’S ANATOMY ran for 18 performances at the Beaumont from November 7, 1993, to January 3, 1994. That summer, the show returned for a run of 8 more performances from June 5, 1994, to June 27, 1994.