‘Normal Heart’ leads the pack in summer stage fare
Summer is when most theater companies take a break, or present lighter fare than usual. That is not the case for the Saint Mark United Methodist Church’s Drama Ministry, which is staging a version of Larry Kramer’s powerful “The Normal Heart,” officially opening this weekend. The play broke ground 30 years ago and is still successful as a warts-and-all account of the beginning of the HIV/AIDS epidemic including the politics in New York during that time. St. Mark’s production is directed by Jim Baker and boasts a large local cast comprised of one woman and 10 gay men… >>
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