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Larry Kramer’s Tony Award winning autobiographical drama, The Normal Heart, is set during the AIDS epidemic in New York City in the early 1980’s. This powerful, passionate and controversial play was the first to treat seriously the poignant and devastating subject of AIDS. The Normal Heart traces Ned Weeks, a gay activist writer, through his fight for visibility and justice for the gay community.
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