Why hang around grimy little arts venues? Well, for one thing, to like stuff before it's cool. In 1980s Manhattan, for instance, we enjoyed the fresh-faced, low-rent versions of now-mainstream performers: Eric Bogosian, John Malkovich, the late Spalding Gray, Bill Irwin -- and Kathy Najimy and Mo Gaffney, whose Obie-winning The Kathy and Mo Show: Parallel Lives was a wacky and insightful sketch revue that showcased two of the... More >>>