Spalding Gray

Writer and actor Spalding Gray was best known for writing and starring in autobiographical monologues like Swimming to Cambodia, Monster in a Box, and It’s a Slippery Slope where he humorously integrated his anxieties and experiences into stage performances. He was a co-founder of the Wooster Theatre Group in New York City and also appeared in films such as The Killing Field and Kate & Leopold.


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Life Interrupted by Spalding Gray--Audiobook Excerpt

Listen to an audio excerpt from Spalding Gray's audiobook Life Interrupted: The Unfinished Monologue, narrated by actor and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Sam Shepard, with an introduction by Francine Prose. Life Interrupted was the monologue that Spalding Gray was working on when he died in the early winter of 2004.

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Life Interrupted

Spalding Gray; Introduction by Francine Prose and read by Sam Shepard
Macmillan Audio

Life Interrupted was the monologue that Spalding Gray was working on when he died in the early winter of 2004. Famous for his often manic and always humorous...


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Morning, Noon and Night

Spalding Gray
Farrar, Straus and Giroux Paperbacks

A hilarious monologue about fatherhood by a unique comic voice In Morning, Noon and Night that master of the confessional, Spalding Gray, tells the...


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It's a Slippery Slope

Spalding Gray
Farrar, Straus and Giroux Paperbacks

Within a year, the familiar boundaries of Spalding Gray's existence have been altered by betrayal, love, lust and loss. He suddenly marries his longtime...


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