Anything but normal times

during the early 1980’s when “The Normal Heart” is set. This powerful play by Larry Kramer is about the early days of the AIDS crisis before it even had a name. And it was before AIDS had any official recognition as being the medical executioner of thousands of young gay men that it was. The Tony Award winning play “The Normal Heart” runs thru July 29 at the Mead Center for American Theater, Arena Stage 1101 Sixth Street, SW

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