In this autobiographical work (seen earlier this season at The Wild Project), Maguire grapples with mortality as he explores some of the wildest moments of his own life. As a performer, he won his first Obie for his work in Mac Wellman's I Don't Know Who He Was and I Don't Know What He Said. Maguire received his second Obie for his play Abandon. Among his other plays are The Seven Deadly Elements, based on the collage novel by Max Ernst, Eye Figure Fiction, Untitled (The Dark Ages Flat Out), The American Mysteries, The Memory Theatre of Giulio Camillo, Propaganda, Fun City, Visions of Don Juan, The Tower, and its solo version, Babel Stories.
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