The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me, A Concert Film

About The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me

With this astonishing concert film, audiences who missed the off-Broadway smash can see David Drake in his captivating one-man show. This semi-autobiographical performance piece contains several poignant stories about growing up gay in the ‘90s. From his brilliant opening monologue describing the impact playwright Larry Kramer’s The Normal Heart had on him, to his amusing riff on “Why I Go to the Gym”, Drake delivers a fierce, full-bodied, multi-character performance.

Selected Theatrical Screenings (over 30 cities)
New York City—Screening Room
Chicago—Music Box Theatre
Los Angeles
San Francisco
Minneapolis/St Paul


“Praiseworthy…preserving not just a performance, but the spirit of a time.”
– The New York Times

“Funny, moving and provocative….”
– Toronto Sun

Selected Film Festival Screenings (over 50 festivals)
Outfest, Los Angeles
Provincetown Film Festival
Awards/Notable Mentions:
Facets Multimedia: Must See/Must Have: Gay and Lesbian Films
Chicago Reader: Critic’s Choice