About the Book
Simon and Bram were lovers for four years. They broke up in the spring, and Bram was diagnosed with lymphoma in the early summer. Bram dies in October. The play begins one month after Bram’s death. Through memory and imagination, Simon searches for truth as the play explores relationships, the quality of living, and the nature of love in a world of cynicism, fear, and AIDS. The poetry and movement of the play is a gift of forgiveness, hope, and healing.
News & Reviews
“… an excellent piece of drama… “–The Globe and Mail
About the Author
Gordon Armstrong was born in New Westminster, BC, in 1960. He first emerged as a playwright in 1985 with Hashisch. His play A Map of the Senses received the Sydney Risk Award in 1992. His play Plague of the Gorgeous premiered at the Gastown Theatre in 1995. At the time of his death, of complications due to AIDS, Gordon was working on two plays, Curiosity and Sex in Heaven.