The Normal Heart

TFM Review: The Normal Heart by Alphonzo Alegrado

“When it comes to repartee, The Normal Heart is bursting at the seams. Having said this, the show does have it’s fair share of sullen and somber moments. Larry Kramer’s script is brilliant, well-balanced, and would surely be a delight for any actor to perform.”

TFM Review by Alphonzo Alegrado Directed by Gene Kelly and Stanley Donen and released in 1952, Singin’ In The Rain is arguably the greatest musical film of all time. Featuring some of the silver screen’s most memorable show tunes, The Singin’ In The Rain film has been lauded for generations, and is even this writer’s …

For every theater fan, there is always that one show. The show that, by entrancing you, introduces you to the wonderful world of theater. Over the course of my childhood, I was constantly exposed to Broadway musicals, albeit in recorded versions for the small screen. I saw Rent, Singin’ In The Rain, The Sound of …

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