In one of Eric Bogosian's character-filled monologues he was Poundings Nails in the Floor with My Forehead. Now he's found a much more efficient and painless way of accomplishing that feat in his latest piece, Nailgun which will be running for two performances only on February 20 at NY's P.S. 122.
Bogosian started his career as a solo performer and has gained notoriety with shows such as: Pounding Nails in the Floor with My Forehead, Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll, Drinking in America, Fun House and Wake Up And Smell The Coffee. Bogosian has also ventured into the world of full-length plays including: Talk Radio, subUrbia and his latest, Griller, which opened at Chicago's Goodman Theatre on January 19 and is running through Feb. 21.
In other P.S. 122 news, the company has appointed a new managing director, Lynn Moffat, former general manager of the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Moffatt said of the performance space, "Over its long history, it has become as important to the global cultural arts scene as Wall Street is to world finance."
Nailgun, will be running for two performances only at 8 PM and 10 PM on February 20, For more information on call (212) 477-5288.
-- By Sean McGrath