As you know, Charles Bukowski drank a lot, listened to symphonic music and had sex. And, not being shy of harsh expressions, he himself wrote a lot about it. A hero and veteran of the American literary underground, punk and an insufferable grouch left behind a vast collection of works, for the most part literally autobiographical. Directed by Semyon Alexandrovsky collected selected fragments, read into the microphone, and now all this can be heard by wearing headphones and sitting at a bar in Fiddler's Green. The theatrical experiment lasts 50 minutes, a pint of excellent beer is attached.
Production: Pop-up theater
Director: Semen Aleksandrovsky
Duration: 1 hour without intermission