In recognition of World AIDS Day Horizon Theatre, the Black Leadership AIDS Crisis Coalition and AIDS Healthcare Foundation, bring to the virtual stage Love, M., a powerful story about mothers, sons, and AIDS activists during the early days of the AIDS Crisis.
As audience members enjoy the play, they will pull back the complicated layers that make up a mother-son relationship. This idea of all-encompassing love, along with the history behind the AIDS Memorial Quilt, serves as a backdrop to a story that crosses beliefs and generations. With humor and humanity, Love, M. weaves the abiding threads of the healing power of love.
The premiere stars actor Lamman Rucker from the television series Greenleaf and Broadway icon Terry Burrell. The evening includes a pre-show welcome, the play, and, in partnership with rolling out Health IQ, a post-show conversation, moderated by journalist Patrick L. Riley with guests Lamman Rucker; Dr. Shalondra K. Crawford, renowned Los Angeles based Psychologist; Dr. Daniel Black, Associate Professor of African and African American Studies at Clark Atlanta University; and Daniel Driffin, Co-Founder THRIVE SS and Chair Emeritus of The Young Black Gay Men’s Leadership Initiative.
This is a FREE, virtual event.
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