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The Infection Monologues 2010

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Uploaded on Dec 5, 2011

Called a "powerful, timely, and well acted piece that undoubtedly benefits the gay community" by Seattle Gay Scene, and "funny and thought provoking" by the Seattle Gay News, The Infection Monologues is a touching, humorous, and ground breaking narrative on living with HIV more than thirty years into the epidemic. Written by Eric Rofes and Alex Garner, and first performed in San Francisco in 2005, the original script was significantly modified and expanded, with new characters added by local queer writers Vincent Kovar, Chad Goller-Sojourner, and Cole Arden Peake, and a new artistic vision from local queer director Manny Cawaling.

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