Music, Dance, Theater

Music, Dance, Theater

Shut Up and Dance

Raising the Barre Dancers from Pennsylvania Ballet take Shut Up and Dance, and AIDS Fundraiser, to the next level by Chip Alfred It may be one of...

dance4life

The Next Step dance4life, a global organization empowering youth in the fight against HIV, gains a foothold in the U.S. by Chip Alfred Ten years ago, it...

Living with Henry

Time: The Present<P. In LIVING WITH HENRY, Playwright Christopher Wilson Takes Audiences on a Journey of Living with HIV in the Now by Chael Needle Writers never...

Sahar Azimi & Tamara Ede

Dance of Hope Two Israeli Artists Create a Dance Production About Learning to Live with HIV by Chip Alfred Sahar Azimi has been a dancer and choreographer...

KS Stevens

Queer Majority Playwright KS Stevens’ New Musical Project, Big Excellent 20th Reunion, addresses internalized prejudices & the powerful experience of living with HIV by Dann Dulin What a...

All the Way Through Evening

Enchanted Evening Through Music and Composers Who Created It, a New Film Tells the Story of the AIDS Crisis by Chip Alfred It began with a chance...

In Sync

A Rapper and an Educator Use the Power of Music to Fight AIDS by Chip Alfred He’s a twenty-two year-old Berkeley rapper who’s been a...

Swan Song

Indie Pop Band Bye June Takes on Issues that Youth Face by Chael Needle Since its premiere in January, Bye June’s song, “Shades of Purple,” and...

Gibbor Green

Singer Gibbor Green Takes the Lead in Empowering Youth by Chael Needle Gibbor Green recently dropped the Twitter-inspired “#FOLLOWME,” an ode to hash-tagging what’s important: celebrating...

Striking a Chord

Composer Robert Maggio’s AIDS-Themed Music Packs an Emotional Punch by Chip Alfred He’s a consummate composer who’s written for dance, theater, orchestra, and choral concerts, and...

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