A civil rights landmark, plus the latest production of 'The Normal Heart' and a tribute to the actress Alice Playten.
If it’s been too long since you’ve been ravished by fulminating righteousness, then perhaps it’s time to get reacquainted with Larry Kramer's foundational play about AIDS.
A gang of protesters got that quote out of him, after he begged them to go away.
"Electing to go ahead into this truly idiotic move is one of the great mysteries of the present moment."
With the closure of St. Vincent's, this makes two landmarks in the HIV/AIDS fight that are disappearing from their old neighborhoods.
That would totally work for us. Then again, Jake giving us a Dixie cup would win us back.
As we’ve always suspected was the case with celebrities, all aging theater queens are also friends.