In the early 80’s Spalding Gray traveled to Cambodia to shoot a small role in the film “The Killing Fields.” He later turned his experiences there, along with his thoughts on the war-torn country’s history, into “Swimming To Cambodia," which would go on to win an Obie and become one of his most celebrated performance pieces as well as an enduring film. This recording is Part 2 of a two-night, four hour performance.


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