Josh Kornbluth, whose monologue style was shaped by his mentor and monologue pioneer Spalding Gray, will perform his first commissioned piece, Andy Warhol: Good for the Jews? from March 4 to 20 on Stage West at the Herberger Theatre.

Presented by Actors Theatre, the show is among a season's worth of provocative and thought-provoking plays highlighting the company's 25th anniversary season.

In Andy Warhol: Good for the Jews?, Kornbluth, who has performed in the Valley at the Scottsdale Center for the Arts, examines the impact of the images on himself and the art world by taking on each of Warhol's subject one by one and Warhol, too in his own inimitable monologue style that also frames his personal look at his own Jewish identity.

Single-ticket prices range from $24.50 to $44.50 with discounts for seniors, students and groups. For more information and to purchase tickets online, visit www.actorstheatrephx.org or call The Herberger Theater Center Box Office at (602) 252-8497.

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