Eric Bogosian to Speak at St. James

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WATERTOWN, Mass.—On Mon., Sept. 14 , Eric Bogosian , an actor, playwright, monologist, and novelist, will speak about his latest book, Operation Nemesis, at a joint meeting of the St. James Men’s Club and the St. James Women’s Guild.

Eric Bogosian and the cover of Operation Nemesis

Bogosian wrote and starred in the play, “Talk Radio” (NYSF, 1987; on Broadway starring Liev Schreiber, 2007), for which he was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize and the Tony Award. For his film adaptation of the play, Bogosian received the Berlin Film Festival “Silver Bear.” His six solo performances Off-Broadway between 1980 and 2000 (including “Drinking in America,” “Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll,” and “Wake Up and Smell the Coffee”) received three Obie Awards. In addition to “Talk Radio,” Bogosian has written a number of full-length plays including “subUrbia” (LCT, Second Stage, also adapted to film), “Griller” (Goodman), “Red Angel” (Williamstown Theater Festival), “Humpty Dumpty” (The McCarter), and “1+1” (New York Stage and Film). He is also the author of three novels, Mall, Wasted Beauty, and Perforated Heart, and a novella, Notes from Underground. He is a Guggenheim fellow.

As an actor, Bogosian has appeared in numerous films and television programs, having starred in Robert Altman’s “The Caine Mutiny Court Martial,” Oliver Stone’s “Talk Radio,” as Travis Dane in “Under Siege II,” as Eddie Nash in “Wonderland,” and as Captain Danny Ross in 60 episodes of “Law & Order: Criminal Intent.” In 2010, he starred on Broadway in “Time Stands Still” with Laura Linney, Brian Darcy James, and Alicia Silverstone/Christina Ricci. Most recently he appeared as a recurring character on “The Good Wife.”

In April 2014, Theater Communications Group published the full collection of Bogosian’s monologues, titled “100 (monologues).” A website dedicated to actors performing the monologues can be found at

Bogosian lives in New York with his wife, director Jo Bonney. In spring 2015, Little, Brown and Company published his account of “Operation Nemesis,” the secret organization that assassinating the Ottoman leaders responsible for the Armenian Genocide.

The social hour starts with mezza at 6:15 p.m., followed by a complete kheyma and losh kebab dinner at 7 p.m., for $14 per person. The dinner meeting will be held at the St. James Armenian Church, Charles Mosesian Cultural and Youth Center-Keljik Hall in Watertown, Mass. The event is open to the public. RSVP by Sept. 2 by calling (617) 923-8860.

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