Harley & Company

As Much As I Can

 
 

As Much As I Can

 

If infection rates don't change, by 2020, 1 in 2 black men who have sex with men will be diagnosed with HIV in their lifetime. As Much As I Can (AMAIC) was created as a way to fight against this by empowering men to tell their own stories, fostering community dialogue, and reducing stigma. One of the first immersive theater productions that has been evaluated and demonstrated to be an effective public health intervention, AMAIC has toured the US regionally and premiered to sold out crowds in NYC with coverage from top tier press. In September 2019, AMAIC made it’s sold out Off-Broadway debut at the legendary Joe’s Pub at the Public Theater.

 
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Press 


Immersive Play Tells Real-Life Stories Based on Black LGBTQ Men’s Experiences

ABC NEWS

Finally a Play About Being Black, Gay, and Living with HIV

THE ADVOCATE

How a pharmaceutical company’s HIV research became immersive theater

FAST COMPANY

As Much As I Can Opening at Joe’s Pub this Week

NBC TODAY IN NEW YORK

An Experiential Play With a Purpose

NEW YORK TIMES, T MAGAZINE

The Immersive Play 'As Much As I Can' Blurs Reality with Fantasy

Interview Magazine

 

The Theater Movement Destigmatizing HIV in Black Gay Men

PAPER

Brandon Gill, Cory Gibson, Stephanie Berry Star in Limited Run of Sarah Hall’s As Much As I Can Beginning September 12

PLAYBILL

Shining a Much-Needed Spotlight on Black Men Living with HIV

TDF Magazine

In ‘As Much as I Can,’ Black Gay and Bisexual Men Share Their HIV Stories

The Daily Beast

"As Much As I Can" Addresses Misnomers About HIV/AIDS

TEEN VOGUE

How this HIV+ Actor is Using His Diagnosis to Tell Overlooked Stories

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Awards


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