Gene Frankel Theatre
24 Bond Arts Center
24 Bond St/Lafayette
Monday, February 24th @7:30pm
Written and performed by Nora Burns
Featuring Billy Hough
Directed by Adrienne Truscott
Dramaturgy - Lucy Sexton
Art Direction - Tal Yarden
Costumes - Connie Fleming
Video Montages - Len Whitney
Photo credit - Patrick McMullan
Written and performed by Nora Burns with direction by Adrienne Truscott, dramaturgy by Lucy Sexton, and visual collaboration by Len Whitney, featuring Billy Hough, this fast-paced show is a multi-media celebration of friendship, fun, freaks, fag hags, youthful passion, changing times, emotions, memories, Manhattan and music that moves your feet to a disco beat.
her odyssey will bring alive the period and its pleasures (and poisons) with pungent animation
Charles Isherwood, The New York Times
The show delivered on all fronts -- it's funny, it's nostalgic, it's touching, it's poignant and it's smart.
Kenneth in the 212
The beauty of Davids Friend is, you didnt have to be there. Burns was, and she brings it alive for the rest of us.
Marc Miller, NY Theatre Guide
DF Promo Video final
"Nora is leading the charge out of our collective PTSD with love, humor and pelvic thrusts." - Ann Magnuson
A potent performance about the passing of a great era, beautifully captured, with wells of compassion and funniness. I wish I had known David, but now I do. - Sandra Bernhard
Brave and sad and thrilling and painful and raw and so magical. - Tony Tripoli - Fashion Police
Very funny, very heartbreaking - a beautiful valentine. - Tim Murphy - author of the novel Christodora
Hilarious and incredibly moving - captures a moment in time so many of us closed the door on. - Jennifer Coolidge
Its my Hamilton! - James LaForce
A beautiful tribute to NYC, nightlife, and an era that was truly magicalI cant say enough good things about it. - Miss Guy
Need I say more? Enjoy us. xG
The Gene Frankel (View)
24 Bond St.
New York, NY 10012
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|