Sex, drugs, rock & roll

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HarperPerennial, Mar 12, 1992 - Drama - 123 pages
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From a subway panhandler to a hypocritical rock star to a posing macho stud, each of the richly imagined characters in this wickedly funny book represents the wildly diverse facets of contemporary maleness--from the sexy, druggy '60s to the complex society that is America in the '90s. "(Bogosian is) a penetrating social observer".--"New York Times".

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Adding to his growing body of work which includes Drinking in America (Vintage: Random, 1987) and Talk Radio (Vintage: Random, 1988), Bogosian's one-man show pokes fun at the excesses and absurdities ... Read full review

Contents

BENEFIT
9
THE STUD
27
BOTTLEMAN
45
XBLOW
69
ARTIST
91
ORPHANS
99
RASH FINAL
113
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About the author (1992)

Eric Bogosian is the author of the plays "Talk Radio," "subUrbia." & "Griller," & the Obie Award-winning solo performances "Drinking in America," "Pounding Nails in the Floor with My Forehead," & "Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll." He is the recipient of the Berlin Film Festival Silver Bear Award, a Drama Desk Award, & two NEA fellowships. An actor who has appeared in more than a dozen feature films & television shows, Bogosian lives in New York City.

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