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Nov 3
Larry Kramer’s The Normal Heart returns to Chicago for the first time since its Tony Award-winning Broadway revival in 2011. For younger audiences who never knew the dark, deadly days of the early epidemic, the play relives the fear and panic of the early 1980s in urban America. To expose young viewers to this era—and the grassroots activism it galvanize—seemed to me its greatest virtue.
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Larry Kramer’s The Normal Heart returns to Chicago for the first time since its Tony Award-winning Broadway revival in 2011.

For younger audiences who never knew the dark, deadly days of the early epidemic, the play relives the fear and panic of the early 1980s in urban America. To expose young viewers to this era—and the grassroots activism it galvanize—seemed to me its greatest virtue.

For more, click here.