Larry Kramer on Q

larryk.jpgToday, Jian spoke to award-winning screenwriter, novelist and playwright Larry Kramer, once called "one of America's most valuable troublemakers" by Susan Sontag.

Twenty-five years after his landmark play "The Normal Heart" first premiered, the call-to-arms about the early years of the AIDS crisis continues to anger, shock and move audiences.

Earlier this year it made its Broadway debut, resulting in rave reviews and three Tony Awards, including Best Revival of a Play, and now Toronto's Studio 180 is currently staging a production at Buddies in Badtimes Theatre (also to rave reviews).

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