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Report From New York: Mothers And Sons Charts Changes In How We View The AIDS Crisis
Terrence McNally’s drama Mothers and Sons examines the chasm that AIDS opened when troubled families were forced to face the sexuality of a loved one. But the play also shines a spotlight on that generational shift in perceptions that could only be chronicled by someone like the 75-year-old McNally who lived through that chapter of History.
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