Recording (P)1996 by Audio Literature
"The nation's outstanding storyteller." (The Los Angeles Times)
One great feature of audible is that if you've purchased this already, you get to download this <b>hugely</b> improved version!
I can only hope they do the same for "Terrors of Pleasure."
I first saw Spalding Gray in person doing his "Personal History of American Theater" piece in Charlottesville, Va. In the early 80's. Wow. I thought. That guy is amazing. And I listened and I watched over his amazing career of sharing himself with us. And laughed and cried and loved him. Get this audio book. It's Spald...he lives!! I love him.
If you like Spalding Gray's other work (Swimming to Cambodia being his best known) you will very likely enjoy this. A great performance that moves between deftly between light and dark and has plenty of enjoyable twists and turns.
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