What You'll Get
It's 1976, and Ray, a newly single parent, has only one goal: Keep his twin boys alive. Both of Ray's sons are hemophiliacs, which means that in addition to the regular stresses of parenting alone, Ray must also contend with endless hospital trips, rigorous testing and frequent blood transfusions. When Ray meets Roz -- a brilliant doctor with a possible miracle treatment for his sons' condition -- he thinks that he's found his savior. But when the miracle drug turns out to be a nightmare, Roz and Ray must struggle together over impossible choices while mired in a devastating chapter of medical and queer history. Written by local playwright Karen Hartman (Senior Artist in Residence at the University of Washington), Roz and Ray makes its world premiere at Seattle Repertory's Leo K. Theatre.The tickets identified in this promotion are made available through Goldstar. Groupon is not affiliated with or sponsored by Seattle Rep - Leo K. Theatre in connection with this deal.
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