The rise of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the 1980s is chronicled in the semi-autobiographical play The Normal Heart, a powerful
show on the theatrical scene. The Normal Heart won the 2011 Tony Award for Best Revival of a Play and actress Ellen Barkin
won for Actress in a Featured Role. The Larry Kramer play is heading to cities across the U.S. for a limited time, making
theater tickets hot items up for grabs.
Playwright Larry Kramer penned The Normal Heart in the 1980s, with the play premiering at The Public Theater in 1985. The
production is all about the rise of the AIDS/HIV crisis in New York City in the early '80s, and its powerful storyline has
drawn all kinds of crowds to get The
Normal Heart New York tickets for sell-out performances at big venues.
The Normal Heart has been on Broadway since 2011, although its Off-Broadway run has graced stages across the country for
several years before. The Normal Heart will soon be playing at a venue near you, so get tickets now and come see the powerful
production on stage!
The Normal Heart is a must-see theatrical production that will soon be on stage near you, so check out tickets from StubHub
and find the best seats in the house for upcoming performances! Don't miss out on seeing The Normal Heart live!