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Dave Gingerich

Play explores issues of loneliness and the need for love

Performances of Brave Hearts, by playwright Harry Rintoul, will give Windsor audiences a chance to see the production before it hits the New York stage.

The play tells the compelling story of the relationship between two gay men, GW and Rafe. With touches of humor, Brave Hearts uses irony to confront issues of pain and loneliness, and the need for comfort and love in an era when a diagnosis of HIV meant certain death.