Directed by Wesley Longacre
Set against the rise of the HIV/AIDS crisis in New York City in the early 1980s, this classic AIDS drama is the story of writer and activist Ned Weeks (Kramer), the gay founder of a prominent HIV advocacy group. This heartfelt piece of realism explores dissenting tactics used to speak truth to power in the Reagan era, and what it means to fall in love in times of crisis.
This production includes adult themes and language, including frank conversations about sex and sexuality.
The playbill/program will be available here.
Schedule & TicketsNightly at 7:30 pm
1400 Remington St. - Fort Collins