Sex, Drugs and Rock & Roll

Presented by: Bulgarian Arts Festival

Tuesday, April 21, 2015 at 7:30 pm

Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll is written and originally performed by Eric Bogosian and directed by his wife, Jo Bonney. It was first performed on February 8, 1990 at the Orpheum Theatre in New York City. In this play, Bogosian portrays eleven male characters in context reminiscent of the late 1980s.

According to legend the term Rock 'n' roll was invented by Alan Fried, a DJ from New York. But Fried has done much more than naming a phenomenon and educating millions of people. He has also managed to become a center of a scandal, to derail his life with alcoholism and die young. He himself was a reincarnation of Rock and Roll.

Playwright: Eric Bogosian

Director: Nikolai Lambrev
Scenography: Marina Raychinova
Musical setting: Nikolai Lambrev

Performed by:
Ivaylo Hristov
Dobrin Vekilov-Doni

Ages: 16 and over
Language: English, Bulgarian

Tickets (plus applicable fees):
$25 advanced
$30 at the door

$50 All "OPEN WORLDS" Bulgarian Arts Festival events pass (April)

Venue: Richcraft Theatre
Genre: Musical/Theatre

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April 21 at 7:30 pm