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''As Is'' by William M. Hoffman.  One of the earliest plays about AIDS, which opened in 1985 at the Lyceum Theatre, New York City , where it ran for 285 performances. Produced at the [[[Market Theatre]]?] in 1986 with [[Frantz Dobrowsky]], [[Sean Taylor]], [[Vanessa Cooke]], [[Russel Savadier]], [[Neville Thomas]], [[Gina Benjamin]] and [[Rufus Swart]], directed by [[Janice Honeyman]].
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''As Is'' by William M. Hoffman.  One of the earliest plays about AIDS, which opened in 1985 at the Lyceum Theatre, New York City , where it ran for 285 performances. Produced at the ([[Market Theatre]]?) in 1986 with [[Frantz Dobrowsky]], [[Sean Taylor]], [[Vanessa Cooke]], [[Russel Savadier]], [[Neville Thomas]], [[Gina Benjamin]] and [[Rufus Swart]], directed by [[Janice Honeyman]].
  
  
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As Is by William M. Hoffman. One of the earliest plays about AIDS, which opened in 1985 at the Lyceum Theatre, New York City , where it ran for 285 performances. Produced at the (Market Theatre?) in 1986 with Frantz Dobrowsky, Sean Taylor, Vanessa Cooke, Russel Savadier, Neville Thomas, Gina Benjamin and Rufus Swart, directed by Janice Honeyman.


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