T-cells & Sympathy: Monologues in the Age of AIDS
In this collection of 34 monologues, the author challenges the actor to identify with characters that cross the lines of age, race, gender, class and sexual preference. The monologues are about people who have lives beyond their health status and they represent the author's response to AIDs.
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