Articles tagged with: review of The Normal Heart by Larry Kramer

A long-term HIV survivor on the premier of The Normal Heart

published: June, 21, 2014 Written by // Guest Authors - Revolving Door Categories // Activism, Movies, Arts and Entertainment, Gay Men, Living with HIV, Opinion Pieces, Population Specific , Revolving Door, Guest Authors

From TheBody.com on attending the movie premier from the play by Larry Kramer that PositiveLite.com recently gave two thumbs up to

A long-term HIV survivor on the premier of The Normal Heart

This article By Jimmy Mack first appeared on TheBody.com here.  On Monday, May 12, I had the honor of attending the premier screening of The Normal Heart as the guest of my sister Nancy (below left). It was a star-studded event held at the Ziegfeld Theater in NYC. The last movie I saw at the Ziegfeld was Longtime Companion in 1990. After that screening, I got completely drunk and told my best friend Alan my deep dark secret: I was HIV+. We both cried and cried and drank some more, because t

Review: The Studio 180 Theatre production of The Normal Heart at Buddies in Bad Time Theatre

published: October, 25, 2011 Written by // Bob Leahy - Publisher Categories // Arts and Entertainment, Health, Theatre, Bob Leahy - Publisher

Bob Leahy was at opening night of the 1985 Larry Kramer-penned drama set in New York City in the early days of the AIDS Crisis

Review: The Studio 180 Theatre production of The Normal Heart at Buddies in Bad Time Theatre

It is difficult to leave Toronto’s Buddies in Bad Time Theatre where Larry Kramer’s The Normal Heart opened last night without feeling moved. Moved to cry perhaps, as I was, moved to anger, perhaps, or moved to disagree with the playwright’s take on sexual politics, as I know others did. It is, after all, a show which engages like few others I have seen in my play-going career. That this one has the benefit of an incredibly committed, passionate cast, firm-handed direction and an in-the-

INTERVIEW WITH JOEL GREENBERG: The Normal Heart by Larry Kramer comes to Toronto

published: October, 14, 2011 Written by // Bob Leahy - Publisher Categories // Arts and Entertainment, Health, Theatre, Bob Leahy - Publisher

In the second of our two interviews spotlighting Studio180's production of Larry Kramer's The Normal Heart at Buddies, Bob Leahy talks to director Joel Greenberg

INTERVIEW WITH JOEL GREENBERG: The Normal Heart by Larry Kramer comes to Toronto

This week we interviewed two of the creative team behind this month's Studio 180 production of Larry Kramer's The Normal Heart.  Yesterday we aired our talk with actor Ryan Kelly.  You can see that interview here. Today we talk to director Joel Greenberg, whose work, incidentally, I had admired from the same company's production of The Laramie Project a few years ago in Toronto. There is a question I suspect any director that takes on Larry Kramer's still very relevant play is asked