Mar 27: AIDS on Stage - And All the Dead Lie Down (Reading)
About Face Theatre presents OUT FRONT series
Since 2013, AFT’s OUT FRONT Series has presented workshops and readings of new and developmental works exploring LGBTQIA themes. For their 1st season’s OUT FRONT Series, in conjunction with the groundbreaking exhibition Art AIDS America at Alphawood Gallery, About Face will present AIDS ON STAGE, a series of readings from HIV/AIDS focused plays to provide a chronological retrospective look at how theatre artists have addressed the devastating health crisis throughout the decades.
Monday, March 27, 2017 at 7:00pm (Doors open at 6:00pm)
at Alphawood Gallery | 2401 N Halsted St, Chicago, IL 60614
And All the Dead Lie Down
By Harrison David Rivers
When an unexpected phone call upsets Alvin and Foss’ usual Saturday routine, the couple must navigate a minefield of long suppressed resentments, past histories, and hurt feelings. And All the Dead Lie Down is a portrait of a sero-discordant couple at a crossroads, a couple pondering the questions: Is love enough to sustain a relationship? And is it worth the risk?
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