Our poor calendar is in pain. It’s not even December yet and already every little dated box is filling up with parties, dinners and holiday events. And we know we’re not alone.
So we’re giving you plenty of notice to block out time on Saturday, December 7 for a special event in honor of World AIDS Day.
That’s when Theatre New West Artistic Director Joe Watts stages a dramatic reading at Theatre Three of The Normal Heart by Tony Award winner Larry Kramer. 100% of the proceeds benefit AIDS Arms, Inc.
This powerful play dramatizes the early days of the AIDS epidemic, presenting a passionate indictment of government, media, and the public for refusing to deal with a national plague. The result is a theatrical experience of incredible impact and dynamic emotional rawness as only Kramer can create.
After the performance, stick around for a Talk Back segment with the director, cast, and special guests Dr. Gene Voskuhl and Dr. John T. Carlo from AIDS Arms, Inc. That’s followed by a wine and cheese reception and a special drawing for a round-trip Southwest Airlines ticket.
It’ll all be over by 5:00 p.m., leaving you plenty of time to get spruced up for whatever holiday parties you have that night.
Or at least the top seven.
Tickets: $25 or $50 front row seats available by calling 214-871-3300, ext. #1
Saturday, December 7, 2:00 p.m.
2800 Routh Street, #168, Dallas