Spalding Gray's body was pulled from New York's East River in March 2004, two months after he disappeared. If it brought closure to his family, it did not end the influence of the important monologist's work. Gray appeared at Walker Art Center several times over a 30-year period. This touring show celebrates his legacy by excerpting his works, including "Sex and Death at Age 14," about his adolescence; "Booze, Cars and College Girls," about his young-adult escapades, and "Swimming to Cambodia," the Obie-winning piece about his experience as an actor in "The Killing Fields." Performers include New York-based actors David Cale, Ain Gordon and Carmelita Tropicana, as well as local lights such as comedian Louie Anderson, "Midmorning" radio host Kerri Miller and actor and playwright Kevin Kling.
- 8 p.m. Thu.-Sat. $18-$25. Walker Art Center