John Buffalo Mailer


John Buffalo Mailer founded Back House Productions in New York City with three other Wesleyan grads in October of 2000. Within one year Back House became the resident theater company of The Drama Bookshop’s Arthur Seelan Theater, and have developed, among many plays, the 2008 TONY winner for Best Musical, In The Heights.
In 2001, John’s first play, Hello Herman, had its New York Premiere at the Grove Street Playhouse and recently had its West Coast Premiere at the Edgemar Center for the Arts in Los Angeles with John in the lead role. The feature film is currently in development and Dramatists Play Services is publishing the play in the Spring. John’s second play, Crazy Eyes, had its world premiere in Athens, Greece in 2005, and the US Premiere in Provincetown, Mass later that same year.
In 2003, John took the position of Executive Editor for High Times magazine. While there, he became active in the protest movement centering around the Republican National Convention. In addition to the “High Times Activist’s Guide to the RNC”, he also interviewed his father, Norman Mailer, for New York Magazine, on the possible dangers and benefits of the protest. That interview was later included in a book of discussions between father and son on topics ranging from Protest to Poker and everything in between, titled The Big Empty (Nation Books, February ‘06).
In 2008, in partnership with his brother, Michael Mailer, he produced the documentary adaptation of Naomi Wolf’s best selling book, The End Of America.
John is a member of The Dramatists’ Guild, Actor’s Equity Association, SAG and The Actors Studio. He can currently be seen as Robby, an Options trader and the best friend of Shia Labeouf’s character Jake Moore in Oliver Stone’s upcoming Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps.
John has lectured at the University of Notre Dame, Wesleyan, the University of Athens, Syracuse University, The New York Society for Ethical Culture, The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, Long Island University and has appeared on Hannity and Combs, Air America, Democracy Now, WNYC, and CSPAN’s Book TV. John has freelanced for Playboy, New York Magazine, Provincetown Arts, Lid Magazine, Stop Smiling, Corriera De La Sera, The Norman Mailer Review, ESPN Books and The American Conservative.


Music, Food, and Death (The State Of New Orleans Through The Eyes Of The Strippers)
You set the price! Words: 7,600. Language: English. Published: March 11, 2010. Categories: Nonfiction » Sex & Relationships  » Sex & culture
(5.00 from 2 reviews)
If you want to know how any city is doing, go ask the waiters, the busboys, the bartenders, the doormen, and the strippers. The service industry has its finger on the pulse like no other. Take a weekend journey through the bowels of the strip clubs in New Orleans, from the highest to the unmentionable, in a search to discover how the soul of New Orleans is faring years after the storm.

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