The Drama of AIDS: My Lasting Connections with Two Plays That Survived the Plague available in Paperback
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"After spending more than a decade in a clumsy tango with my fringe career and my mainstream career, AIDS erupted: the catalyst for me to define myself and begin a journey to achieving an artistry that would resound beyond the soundstages and backlots of Hollywood, embracing a world full of infinite stories." Michael Kearns
In The Drama of AIDS: My Lasting Connection with Two Plays That Survived the Plague, Michael Kearns weaves a remarkable tapestry that casts the theatre as a metaphor for how life unfolds in ways that are both beautiful and theatrical. Kearns shares the real, uncensored story of his intimate relationship with two plays-James Carroll Pickett's Dream Man and Robert Chesley's Jerker-a relationship that has spanned more than twenty years.
First and foremost,
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.40(d)|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
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