“The Normal Heart” At Buddies in Bad Times Theatre

For a brief period of time, Larry Kramer was known as the angriest gay man on the planet. The Normal Heart, his molotov cocktail of a play about AIDS in New York in the early 1980s, was angrily hurled in the face of theatregoers in Manhattan as the disease was silently ravaging thousands of people — not just male or gay or New Yorkers — who had no idea what was happening or why. A queer classic...