By Eric Bogosian
100 (monologues) collects all of Eric Bogosian's monologues, initially played as a part of his six off-Broadway solo indicates, together with Sex, medicines, Rock & Roll; Pounding Nails within the ground with my Forehead; Wake Up and scent the Coffee; Drinking in America; Funhouse; Men Inside and choices from his play Talk Radio. For those solo indicates, first played among 1980 and 2000, Bogosian used to be provided 3 Obie awards and a Drama table award—earning him dwelling icon prestige within the downtown theater scene.
One of America's most effective performers and such a lot cutting edge and provocative artists, Eric Bogosian's performs and solo exhibits comprise Talk Radio (Pulitzer Prize finalist); subUrbia; Sex, medicinal drugs, Rock & Roll; Pounding Nails within the flooring with My Forehead, between many others. He has starred in a large choice of movie, television and level roles. so much lately, he created the nature Captain Danny Ross at the long-running sequence Law & Order: felony Intent.
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Where’s my little girl? Where’s my . . (He sees the girl of his dreams down the sidewalk) . . There she is jus’ a walkin’ down the street! There she is jus’ a struttin’ down the street! She got on them high-heeled shoes, swishy skirt, see-through blouse, lipstick, perfume . . (Inhales the scent of the girl as she passes him) . . Hey, baby, hold on jus’ a minute, where you goin’ to? What’s your name? 10 100 You’re lookin’ good, and I’m lookin’ good, whatchoo say we go get some Chinese food, go bowlin’?
HEYAAAH!!! ) 27 12 Real Italian This is Mario at Mario’s Real Italian Restaurant. We got clams! We got lobsters! We got spaghetti, anchovies, lasagna, soup du jour! We got the best cooks in town, the best sauce, the best garlic bread. And don’t forget Mario’s “Mama Mia” salad bar with all the radishes, carrots, shrimps, Bac-O-Bits, lettuce, cottage cheese, swiss squares, celery sticks, swedish meatballs, cucumbers, croutons, and ten different dressings you can eat! You wanna eat? You wanna eat till you DIE?
Mr. Stearns, I’ve seen it time and time again: husband dies, wife’s left with no pension, no life insurance, she has a mortgage to pay off . . You know, of course, Mr. Stearns, most women in this country outlive their husbands. Hundred thousand widows in this country, Mr. Stearns, hundred thousand! . What? . No, she probably won’t get remarried, Mr. Stearns, very few women do . . Mr. Stearns, follow me for just a second, will you? You die, you’re dead, you’re in the ground! Mrs. Stearns has no pension, no life insurance, she has a mortgage to pay off .
100 (monologues) by Eric Bogosian