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April 23 2007

David Boreanaz to guest star Off-Broadway in "Stories Left to Tell". The guest stars for Off-Broadway hit "Spalding Gray: Stories Left to Tell" switch out weekly or so; David Boreanaz will be joining May 22-27.

The show, co-conceived by Gray's widow, Kathleen Russo, and Lucy Sexton, is comprised of excerpts from well-known Gray pieces as well as new content to chronicle his life. Gray committed suicide in 2004.

I love Spalding Gray and would love to goto this, David would be a bonus.
Oh, my. It just so happens that my husband and I are going to be in NYC to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary that week. I just bought tickets for May 25!!!!
Odd: David Boreanaz ("Buffy the Vampire Slayer," "Bones").

And, um, a full five seasons of a rather popular show called "Angel"!

This sounds pretty interesting...
The theatre seat 407 and the producer is 'Naked Angels', am I the only ones that finds that funny (the producer part)
Oh, Spud, oh, Spalding... still haven't quite accepted his death, miss him and can't believe there's no more of the man himself.

Wish I could see this - missed the one at UCLA last year... and always hoped that he found enough "perfect moments" in his short life...

"I'm addicted to the joy of anecdote, the structure, the way it makes life feel cozy and meaningful. I think I experience more chaos than the average person. Real life has always let me down. That's why I do the monologues. I have always said I would rather tell a life than live a life. But I have to live a life in order to tell one." - Spalding Gray

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