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Prime Time Series
October 19-23, 2022
SUN 2:00pm (10/23 American Sign Language interpretation)
By Paul Donnelly
Directed by MFA Candidate Ron Heller
It’s 1992. AIDS and anti-gay hysteria are rampant. George is a doctor who has been watching his patients die. As a gay man himself, he understands the stigma and discrimination they face. How does he deal with the cold hard fact that he cannot offer them any effective treatment? When Evelyn, a drag queen who died years earlier, appears, is it a hallucination or is she an angel of mercy? Playwright Paul Donnelly mixes empathy with unsettling humor to deal with a difficult question – when a generation of young men is dying, and there is nothing you can do to stop it, how do you deal with that pain?
Content Advisory: mature themes. Not recommended for children.
A post-show Q&A follows the Friday, October 21, 2022 performance.
This is the first production of Memorial Day in Hawai’i.
$8 UHM Student with current UHM ID
$13 Non-UHM Student/Youth
$16 UH Faculty/Staff, Military, Senior
$18 Regular (Adult)