This play was recommended to us by our hotel and was our only Broadway experience on this trip. We enjoyed every minute of it, with its humour and tragedy. It could be described as a Gay play inasmuch as it looks as the issues facing Gay men in America through the devastation of the AIDS epidemic up to present day when they can marry and seek to be parents. Tyne Daly plays the Mother of a long-dead (from AIDS) actor who still feels bitter and confused about his homosexuality and his death. She is simply tremendous converting wit, anger, conservatism and a secret wish to have been someone else. Brilliant, tight, well-paced script. Go and see it.
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