Hot Cripple

by Hogan Gorman

directed by Quin Gordon

Hot Cripple 

Salman Rushdie called Hot Cripple An immensely impressive piece whos satire of the American medical system hits its mark when it premiered in the 2008 NY International Fringe Festival and won Hogan Gorman the Fringe's best actor award. A wild ride complete with a stalker ambulance driver, short term memory loss, a crazy judge, and a fashionista's guide of what to wear to the welfare office, Hot Cripple chronicles the true story of Hogan, a model turned actress in NYC who hoping for a change in her life, got exactly that. Unfortunately it came at 40 miles an hour as she was hit by a car crossing the street. When the hospital found out Hogan was uninsured, she embarked upon a life changing journey that echoes the story of millions of Americans who slip through the cracks of our failing healthcare system. Written by and starring Hogan Gorman, this one-woman play (where she plays 25 different characters) is a compelling, comedic, and truly thought-provoking theatrical experience.


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Theatre/Venue American Theatre of Actors, Sargent Theatre 

314 West 54th Street  New York

Phone Number for Reservations 1-800-838-3006 
Website for reservations  
Running time 1hr. 30min. 


Producing Organization: The Seeing Place Theater  
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