The Normal Heart is a mostly autobiographical play written by Larry Kramer that first debuted Off Broadway in 1985. It
is the story of the rise of the AIDS epidemic in New York City from 1981 to 1984. It tells the story of Ned Weeks, an early
HIV spokesman who struggles to get people to speak out along with him about a mysterious disease that is killing gay men.
The Normal Heart tickets transport
the audience back to a time when HIV/AIDS was not entirely understood, and provides thoughtful insight into the struggles
during the early days of the discovery of the disease.
The Normal Heart experienced a revival on Broadway in 2011 which earned Tony Awards for Best Revival, Best Featured Actress
in a Play, and Best Featured Actor in a Play. Do not miss The Normal Heart when it is staged at a theater near you!
Arena Stage is home to The Normal Heart during its Washington DC run. The theater is dedicated to American plays and their
development and production. Get
Arena Stage tickets and be one of the 300,000 who visit the theater each year!
The Normal Heart is a driven, polemic play that was named one of the top 100 plays of the 20th Century by the Royal National
Theatre. For real life drama that will be both historically educational and thought provoking get theater tickets for The Normal Heart.