ANDY WARHOL'S FIFTEEN MINUTES OF FAME

by Noel Anderson

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ANDY WARHOL'S FIFTEEN MINUTES OF FAME

by Noel Anderson

Superstardom, lust, devotion, sin and assassination, who am I? I am Andy Warhol.

In the world of the rich and famous, no man’s name is more sacred than pop icon and artist, Andy Warhol.

Born of humble beginnings in the poorest area of Pittsburgh, he would eventually rule the world of the 60’s with his particular brand of humour, style, sex and art. A filmmaker, a magazine editor, an avid party goer, an instant celebrity, Warhol is to fame and art what Arthur Miller is to modern theatre.

Noel Anderson’s provocative play Andy Warhol’s Fifteen Minutes of Fame charts the 60s pop icon’s struggle for success and his attempted assassination by radical feminist, Valerie Solanas. Solonas, a self-confessed man-hater, would eventually penetrate Warhol’s factory and bring him crashing down to earth. This is their true story.

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