Roz and Ray
by Karen Hartman
directed by Chay Yew
in the Leo K. Theatre

The gripping untold story of one doctor’s ethical struggle at the onset of the AIDS crisis in the 1980s. Dr. Roz thinks she’s found the right cure in a new miracle drug for Ray Leon’s hemophiliac twins. However, unspeakable tragedy strikes and it is discovered that Ray’s sons face immediate danger. Seattle Rep presents this powerful new work by local playwright Karen Hartman, that tells a tragic yet ultimately heartfelt story about a deep friendship during a devastating chapter of medical and queer history.

Winner: Edgerton Foundation New Play Award
McKnight National Residency and Commission

  • Running time is approximately one hour and 40 minutes with no intermission.
  • Note: There will be explicit language throughout this production

Producing Sponsor:

Edgerton Foundation New Play Award

Producing Partners:

Rod & Nancy Hochman
Richard B. Stead & Elizabeth A. Ryll
Shirley & David Urdal

Producing Associates:

C3 Research

Media Sponsors: