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Just Say No - Full Length Play, Comedy

Just Say No

Larry Kramer

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Full Length Play, Comedy

3m, 5f

ISBN: 9780802139160

"Beneath the brittle, pun filled dialogue, Kramer's rage against people in high places simmers. The dialogue is deliriously artificial and crackling." N.Y. Times.

"Just Say No risks everything by turning rage to farce and back agai…

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Full Length Play

Comedy

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The scandals of the Reagan administration are dramatized in farcical style. The First Lady must locate, before it is too late, a home made sex videotape on which she cavorts with the husband of her best friend, with his mistress who knows much too much, and with members of her husband's cabinet. In addition, her son decides to run away to become a ballet dancer and, along the way, falls in love with the ex boyfriend in hiding of the angry mayor of the largest northeastern city. Everyone meets, or tries not to, in the Georgetown home of Foppy Schwartz, friend to the rich and powerful, where first ladies and mayors drop in and refuse to leave. Just Say No is a hysterically funny satire that has a great deal to say about the state of our union.
"Beneath the brittle, pun filled dialogue, Kramer's rage against people in high places simmers. The dialogue is deliriously artificial and crackling." - N.Y. Times

"Just Say No risks everything by turning rage to farce and back again. I'm ready to go anywhere Kramer wishes to take me." - Village Voice

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3m, 5f

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Larry Kramer

Larry Kramer

Larry Kramer founded Gay Men’s Health Crisis in 1981 with five friends, still one of the world’s largest provider of services to those with AIDS. In 1987, he founded ACT UP, the AIDS advocacy and protest organization, which has been responsible for the development and release of almost every life-saving treatment for HIV/AIDS. He is the author of The Normal Heart, which was selected as one of the ... view full profile

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