SATURDAY, May 8th, 2021 5:00 pm PST, and 8:00 pm EST
 A Special One Night Only Event You Do Not Want To Miss!
Dr. Anthony Fauci will be giving an exclusive tribute to Larry Kramer for the live streamed table read of "The Normal Heart" tomorrow May 8th.
Get your tickets now for our virtual reading of Larry Kramer's groundbreaking autobiographical play, THE NORMAL HEART, on May 8, 2021, 5pm PT, this one-time streaming of the virtual reading will be followed by a live Q+A with the director and members of the cast.
  • General Admission $20
  • Student $10
  • Partner $50 (including 2 tickets; 2 student sponsorships)
  • Advocate $100 (including 4 tickets; 2 student sponsorships; listing in Virtual Program)
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.
Dealing with the painful experiences of the early days of the AIDS crisis when everything was still mysterious, THE NORMAL HEART dramatizes the struggle among gay men over which strategies would save their lives.
Larry Kramer was a distinguished novelist, playwright, and screenwriter, and a pioneering AIDS activist. In 1982, he cofounded Gay Men's Health Crisis, and then in 1987, he founded ACT UP. He died at the age of eighty-four in May 2020. He is survived by his husband, David Webster. 
The all-star cast includes Sterling K. Brown (This Is Us, Black Panther); Laverne Cox (Orange Is The New BlackPromising Young Woman); Jeremy Pope (HollywoodChoir Boy); Vincent Rodriguez III (Crazy Ex-GirlfriendInsatiable): Guillermo Díaz (ScandalWeeds); Jake Borelli (Grey’s AnatomyThe Thing About Harry); Ryan O’Connell (SpecialWill & Grace); Daniel Newman (Walking DeadHomeland); Jay Hayden (Station 19The House Bunny); and Danielle Savre (Station 19Heroes). Special introduction by Martin Sheen.
Check out recent coverage of our event in the LA Times. And watch these short videos of Laverne Cox and Guillermo Díaz speaking about their involvement with ONE Archives Foundation and THE NORMAL HEART!
This virtual reading is organized by ONE Archives Foundation and co-presented with Invisible Histories Project, a community-based Southern LGBTQ archiving and public history project, founded in 2016. It is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc. 
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