"A feisty and funny one-woman show"
- Charles Isherwood, The New York Times

"The beauty of “David’s Friend” is, you didn’t have to be there. Burns was, and she brings it alive for the rest of us."
 - Marc Miller, NY Theatre Guide
"Nora is leading the charge out of our collective PTSD with love, humor and pelvic thrusts."
- Ann Magnuson
“A potent performance about the passing of a great era, beautifully captured, with
wells of compassion and funniness. I wish I had known David, but now I do.”
 - Sandra Bernhard 
“Very funny, very heartbreaking - a beautiful valentine.”
- Tim Murphy - author of the novel Christodora
“Hilarious and incredibly moving - captures a moment in time so many of us closed
the door on.”

- Jennifer Coolidge
 Written and performed by Nora Burns with direction by Adrienne Truscott, dramaturgy by Lucy Sexton, and visual collaboration by Len Whitney, featuring Billy Hough, this fast-paced show is a multi-media celebration of friendship, fun, freaks, fag hags, youthful passion, changing times, emotions, memories, Manhattan and music that moves your feet to a disco beat.