• By Larry Kramer

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Directed By
Tariq Leslie

Stage Manager

Susan Currie


Cast Includes

Matthew Beairsto

Adam Beauchesne

Matthew Bissett

Kazz Leskard

Tariq Leslie

Mark Manning

Daniel Meron

Zac Scott

Maxamillian Wallace

Rebecca Walters

Troy Anthony Young


Costumes: Misty Saunby

Lighting Design: Darren Hales

Set Design: John Bessette

Sound Design: Darren Hales

ETC Voice Coach: Erin Ormond






Previews July 14, Opening July 18, 2014

A searing drama about public and private indifference to the AIDS plague and one man's lonely fight to awaken the world to the crisis. 


Fighting an apathetic government and a conflicted community, author and gay activist Ned Weeks struggles to spread awareness of an unknown and terrifying disease killing hundreds of gay men, in this largely autobiographical account of the rise of the HIV-AIDS crisis in New York in the early 1980’s.


Selected as one of the 100 greatest plays of the 20th Century by the Royal National Theatre of Great Britain.


"An angry, unremitting and gripping piece of political theatre."

   - New York Daily News


"Like the best social playwrights, Kramer produces a cross fire of life and death energies that illuminate the many issues and create a fierce and moving human drama."







(All 3 shows for $60!)



In Repertory July & August 2014 with...