Seattle Viewing of "The Normal Heart"
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Erickson Theatre Off Broadway
1524 Harvard Ave
Seattle, WA 98122
Join HRC Seattle for a special showing of the critically-acclaimed play "The Normal Heart" at the Erickson Theatre on Capitol Hill.
Written by activist Larry Kramer in 1985, The Normal Heart is an intimate story of a tight-knit group of friends that doubles as a real-life political thriller. Called "a masterwork of love, rage, and pride," the play is a fearless look at the sexual politics of New York during the discovery of the AIDS epidemic. Strawberry Theatre Workshop—an organization with a mission to start community conversations—is partnering with Lifelong AIDS Alliance to bring this vital history back to the stage for two constituencies: those who survived the epidemic, as well as a generation of sexually active adults too young to remember the early horror of AIDS. The performances will include talk-back sessions with caregivers and activists who will answer questions on the challenges still faced by a community living with HIV/AIDS, our best strategies for prevention, and the hope for a cure.
Tickets are $34 and include admission to the performance and an annual HRC membership or membership renewal. These rates are discounted from tickets available through the box office.