One part sex comedy and one part social exposé, Larry Kramer's vital and vitriolic Just Say No reminds audiences that we can laugh at anything, even a plague that still threatens us all.
It is 1982, and the affluent and fabulous Foppy Schwartz has a problem larger than deciding where to take the ladies who lunch: He is caught in the middle of a sex scandal that threatens the re-election of America's most powerful political figures. A feckless New York mayor, a closeted son, and even the nation's infamous first lady all converge into Foppy's crowded townhouse for help. Will he keep the secrets and lies of the high and mighty? Will he finally ask the powerful Mrs. Potentate to save his dying friends from a mysterious disease? And what will he wear while doing it?