Return of The Normal Heart, Larry Kramer's Groundbreaking Play
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The last date listed for The Normal Heart was Sunday December 15, 2013 / 2:00pm.
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Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Glen DavisRed Velvet
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I see a lot of theatre; 5 shows a week usually. I've rarely seen an audience so attentive and appreciative. First time produced in LA in something like 20 years? Soon to be an HBO movie, but this is the production to see. Great casting, technicals, acting and direction. I have no complaints at all about this product. I saw a preview, so it can only get better. If I didn't live 125 miles away, I would drive up to see it again.
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Intense performances. I came away thinking that this was agitprop theater, then I realized on the drive home that the playwright was also a central character in the amazing documentary "How to Survive a Plague." Can it be called agitprop when...continued
Quotes & Highlights
“Reaches out and grabs you with the force of an explosive new work.” -The Hollywood Reporter
“_Director Simon Levy has mounted a deeply moving production at the Fountain Theatre, bathed in the compassion without which it would be merely a horror story, and performed by a deeply committed ensemble.” —LA Weeklyheart.php#more (Pick of the Week)
_"_The play must be seen by anyone who truly cares about the human condition. If anger takes control, channel that anger where it will do the most good and let it shine!" - BroadwayWorld
" Simon Levy brilliantly directs the exclusive Los Angeles revival of Larry Kramer’s groundbreaking drama … Do not miss this production." -BroadwayWorld
" The production is excellent on all levels, from Simon Levy’s dynamic direction to the outstanding ensemble, with Tim Cummings delivering an electrifying, career-best lead performance." -LAist
“This absolutely brilliant production is one that no Los Angeles theater lover should miss, and the younger the audience the better.” —StageSceneLA
Running time: 2.5 hours, including one intermission.