A Very Enduring Kiss
Twenty-one years after David Drake’s The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me gave voice to an era’s anger and passion, the blond, blue-eyed showman is still living with moxie.
On May 20 in New York City, the show will have a one-night, multi-actor revival to benefit Broadway Cares and The Sero Project, POZ founder Sean Strub’s campaign to turn back HIV criminalization laws throughout the United States. POZ talked with Drake, who’ll turn 50 in June, about the sudden fame he found with the show, the shame he felt around his own HIV infection in 1998, and how he has reclaimed his young, carefree spirit through a breezy new drag persona named Tawny.
The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me to Return 20 Years Later
The play will be performed Monday, May 20, in New York City as a one-night-only benefit, and will benefit BC/EFA and the Sero Project. Originally performed as a one-man show by actor and activist David Drake, this performance will again feature Drake, but with an ensemble cast.
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