“As Much As I Can,” An Immersive Theater Experience, Sponsored by ViiV Healthcare
“As Much As I Can” is an immersive theater experience that explores the real-life stories of gay and bisexual Black men living with or affected by HIV in Baltimore, Md., and Jackson, Miss. – two cities hardest hit by the HIV epidemic. The show follows a day in the life of a group of friends, introducing the audience to a tight-knit community where the church is ever present, family is complicated, and history is hard to escape. Created by Harley & Co., a NYC creative studio, and sponsored by ViiV Healthcare, the show is based on research findings from ViiV Healthcare’s ACCELERATE! Initiative, which supports projects that aim to improve outcomes for Black gay men living with HIV in Baltimore and Jackson. For tickets visit: bit.ly/2KCRhkR All ticket fees go directly to The Public Theater.
Venue: Joe’s Pub @ The Public Theater
425 Lafayette St.
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