"God Is Dead My Radio" and "What Happened On The Way Here"

Photo: © Paula Court

Photo: © Paula Court


“God Is Dead My Radio” was a solo performance directed and performed by the actor and writer, Spalding Gray, who was best known for his autobiographical monologues. After practicing for years, Gray performed with his 12-year old KLH table radio, intentionally skipping positive words broadcasted by the machine. In “What Happened On The Way Here,” Gray performed with Ron Vawter a piece that used a talk-show like format to consider what happened to them on the way to The Kitchen. Instead of recounting of chronological facts, both performances were created through chance selection of Gray’s personal memories.


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