His play, "The Normal Heart," was performed in an American Contemporary Theatre production in San Francisco, California. George C. Wolfe was director.
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[on the Pavilion on Fire Island] You don't separate the Pavilion from other parts that burned down. It's like St. Tropez] it's one of the great watering spas of social culture. It is the gray place to go during the summer, and it has been for many years, since I was very young. I hope they can get it ready for next summer.
bought the film rights to Kramer's play, "The Normal Heart", in 1985. However, Kramer withdrew them in 1995, after Streisand had not made the film in 10 years. Streisand had planned to direct the film after The Mirror Has Two Faces
(1996), but that production was so problematic that she could not face directing again so soon. Kramer claimed Streisand preferred to do other work, ...