Tyne Daly's performance is absolutely brilliant. You could feel the repressed, pent up anger that her character has from every seat in the audience. Although people dying from AIDS is a rather unpopular and anachronistic topic these days, Terrence McNally brought it to current times. As a person who lost many friends during the eighties it was a profound reminder that we should never forget and the impact of the losses will be felt for centuries. I sobbed profusely, as did most of my neighboring theatre fans. I don't think there was a dry eye in the house. Go see it. Feel it. Love it. One great piece of drama.
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