“Test” Opens Monday Night At the Trylon



Set in San Francisco in 1985, Test is a portrait of Frankie, a shy young dancer caught in the anxiety and fear of the AIDS crisis. A sensitive study that captures the tense atmosphere in which the HIV test became available and men were faced with knowing, but not being able to change their fates. Starring Scott Marlowe, Matthew Risch and Kristoffer Cusick. Written and directed by Chris Mason Johnson.


“As Frankie, Mr. Marlowe delivers a quiet, moving performance of such subtlety and truthfulness that you almost feel that you are living his life.” — Stephen Holden, The New York Times.

Test screens Monday, September 15 and Tuesday, September 16,  7:00 and 9:00 at the Trylon. You can purchase tickets here.


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