The Normal Heart on Broadway
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The Normal Heart Broadway Show
Joe Mantello stars in Larry Kramer's searing semi-autobiographical 1985 drama about the rise of the AIDS crisis, which debuted at the Public Theater and is now finally making its way to Broadway.
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During the early years of the AIDS epidemic in New York City, activist Ned Weeks finds himself at odds with much of the gay community over how to respond to the crisis.
John Benjamin Hickey
Joel Grey (Direction)
George C. Wolfe (Direction)
David Rockwell (Set Design)
Martin Pakledinaz (Costume Design)
David Weiner (Lighting Design)
David Van Tiegham (Sound Design)
Batwin + Robin (Projection Design)
Larry Kramer (Playwright)
Summary In the early days of the AIDS crisis in New York City, activists struggle with the local government and with each other as they try to warn their community about the worsening epidemic.
Age May be inappropriate for 14 and under. Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.
Our Recommendation This production of Larry Kramer's searing drama about the AIDS crisis has been staged in a very bare bones style, but that matters little considering the power of the play itself and the skill of the actors onstage. The Normal Heart charts the beginnings of AIDS and tells, from Kramer's point-of-view, the early attempts to alert the gay community to the danger of the disease. Considering what we know now, we share in Kramer's anxiety and horror at the slow response of the government, the medical community, and individuals in grasping the full threat of this terrible epidemic. Director Joe Mantello (Wicked) returns to the Broadway stage as an actor for the first time since 1993's Angels in America to give a marvelous performance in the role of Kramer's alter-ego, Ned Weeks.