David’s Friend, was created by and stars my friend, Nora Burns. It’s a powerful new comic memoir about the electrifying joy and intoxicating madness of New York City in the 80s that I’ve managed to miss every single time she’s performed it, much to my shame and embarrassment. But I AM going on Friday, opening night, come hell or 2 feet of snow.
This multi-media show, a celebration Nora’s friendship & fun, freaks & fag hags, has been lauded by everyone from Jennifer Coolidge to Sandra Bernhard. It’s a coming of age story, a love and loss story, and a New York story, and a story we all know and have experienced in some way. As Nora says David would say it’s,
“a story that just gets better with the telling.”
David’s Friend runs at LaMama, The Club | 74a East 4th Street, NYC, January 27 – February 05, 2017, Fridays & Saturdays at 10PM, Sunday at 6PM
Written and performed by Nora Burns and directed by Adrienne Truscott. You can get tickets here.