Spalding Gray’s Catastrophe – The New Yorker


One of the special features of Spalding’s monologues was that, onstage at least, he rarely repeated himself; the stories always came out in slightly different ways, with different emphases. He was a gifted inventor of the truth, of whatever seemed true to him at the moment.

I had no idea Spalding Gray suffered a brain injury before his death. I found him to be a mesmerizing performer. He is most famous for his monologues. 

Here he is in a scene from the movie Drunks. It is how I will always remember him.

http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2015/04/27/the-catastrophe-oliver-sacks

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