Though he's busy working on his new, full-cast play, Griller, author/monologist Eric Bogosian is taking time out for other projects before its premiere in Chicago.
In October, Bogosian was scheduled to offer a two-night revival of his Pounding Nails In The Floor With My Forehead, directed by Jo Bonney, at NY's Knitting Factory (74 Leonard St., Chicago). That has been postponed, however, to Dec. 10-11.
Bogosian is best known for his character-filled monologue evenings, including Nails, Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll and Wake Up And Smell The Coffee. More recently, with subUrbia, he's turned to more traditionally structured plays.
For tickets ($15) and information on Pounding Nails call (212) 219 3006. Griller, which looks at the dark side of a four-generation family barbecue, opens in January at Chicago's Goodman Theatre.
--By David Lefkowitz