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‘The Normal Heart’ Virtual Reading Set With Sterling K. Brown, Laverne Cox: “It Doesn’t Have to Be About All White Gay Men”

The Normal Heart, Larry Kramer's famed play following the start of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, will take on a new form during a historic virtual table read on May 8.

Larry Kramer, ‘Normal Heart’ Playwright and AIDS Activist, Dies at 84

Larry Kramer, the Oscar-nominated screenwriter, playwright, author and trailblazing gay rights and AIDS activist best known for the Tony Award-winning 'The Normal Heart,' has died. He was 84.

‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — Joe Mantello (‘The Humans’)

The best-director-of-a-play Tony nominee reflects on his long and varied career as a Broadway actor ('Angels in America,' 'The Normal Heart') and director (he's won Tonys for directing a play and a musical, and helmed the blockbuster 'Wicked'), and the joys and bumps he's experienced along the way.

‘Transparent,’ ‘Black-ish’ Feted at TV Academy Honors

Four other television shows that have "shifted cultural acceptance" were lauded at the annual TV Academy event held at the Montage Hotel in Beverly Hills.

Shonda Rhimes Honored at HRC Benefit: “You Are Not Alone”

The prolific showrunner and HBO's Michael Lombardo were celebrated for their wide inclusion of the LGBT community on some of the highest-rated shows on TV.

‘Larry Kramer In Love & Anger’: Sundance Review

A generous salute to the unfiltered firebrand whose impassioned outspokenness helped break institutional inaction during the AIDS crisis.

Golden Globes: Best Song, Billy Bob Thornton, Fey & Poehler Top Social Moments

Ricky Gervais was also a hit on Facebook and TiVo

HBO Developing ‘Monty Clift’ Biopic Starring Matt Bomer

'Love Is Strange' writers Ira Sachs and Mauricio Zacharias will pen the screenplay

Emmys: Best and Worst Moments

Hosted by Seth Meyers, the awards show saw big wins for 'Breaking Bad,' 'Modern Family,' 'American Horror Story' and 'Sherlock'

Creative Arts Emmys: ‘Normal Heart’ DP Danny Moder on Working With Ryan Murphy and Wife Julia Roberts

The cinematographer reveals the shorthand he developed with director Murphy, his approach to the photographer and why he was so "impressed" with his female star.

Emmys: Three Agents Dissect the Writer Races

To clear up some of the confusion for the 2014 scribe-off ("True Detective" is a traditional series, but "Fargo" is not? "Orange Is the New Black" is a comedy?), three anonymous TV lit agents handicap each competition.