subUrbia (Off-Broadway) Photos

One of the most acclaimed plays of the early 1990s, Eric Bogosian's subUrbia returns to the New York stage this fall in an updated production directed by the playwright's wife, Jo Bonney. SubUrbia presents a day in the life of seven rootless young Americans who hang out every night in the parking lot of a Pakistani family's convenience store. The return of their high school friend, Pony—now a successful rock singer with a video on MTV—sparks a night of drinking, sex and violence as the friends air their resentments and examine the choices they've made. [IMG:L]Hailed by The New York Times as "ferocious" in its 1994 debut production at Lincoln Center Theater, subUrbia was adapted into a movie by Bogosian and director Richard Linklater in 1997. Audiences can now get a fresh look at this groundbreaking play at Second Stage's off-Broadway home. Don't miss it!

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