ONE Archives Foundation presents

THE NORMAL HEART Virtual Reading, directed by Paris Barclay - Encore Presentation at 5:00pm PT

Expired December 5, 2021 4:00 AM
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Join ONE Archives Foundation in collaboration with Invisible Histories Project for an encore presentation of a virtual reading of Larry Kramer's groundbreaking autobiographical play, THE NORMAL HEART. This virtual encore presentation is one-time only in honor of World AIDS Day 2021. Details regarding a Q+A with the director and cast will be announced. Tickets are available on November 5, 2021.

Directed by Emmy Award-winning director Paris Barclay, this presentation, the first after Kramer's death, will be the first time the Tony Award-winning play features a predominately BIPOC and LGBTQ cast. Read more about the virtual reading and the play.

The all-star cast includes Sterling K. Brown (This Is Us, Black Panther); Laverne Cox (Orange Is The New Black, Promising Young Woman); Jeremy Pope (Hollywood, Choir Boy); Vincent Rodriguez III (Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Insatiable): Guillermo Díaz (Scandal, Weeds); Jake Borelli (Grey’s Anatomy, The Thing About Harry); Ryan O’Connell (Special, Will & Grace); Daniel Newman (Walking Dead, Homeland); Jay Hayden (Station 19, The House Bunny); and Danielle Savre (Station 19, Heroes). The virtual reading will include a special introduction by Martin Sheen.

Ticket prices:

- General Admission $20

- Student $10 (available for only the 12pm PT screening)

- Partner $50 (including 2 tickets; 2 student sponsorships)

- Advocate $100 (including 4 tickets; 2 student sponsorships; listing in Virtual Program; deadline for listing Thursday December 2 2pm PT)

This virtual reading is organized by ONE Archives Foundation and co-presented with Invisible Histories Project. It is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc. Original New York Production by New York Shakespeare Festival Produced by Joseph Papp.

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  • Director
    Paris Barclay
  • Screenwriter
    Larry Kramer