Music, Dance, Theater

Music, Dance, Theater

Dance for Life

Dance for Life is prepping for another dazzling display on August 17, 2013. Check out this article from last year to understand why this...

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...

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...

Stephen Mead

hen life gives you lemons, don’t just make lemonade—get people to talk about it, too.

Red Flamboyant

An Unlikely Hero Don Nguyen and Laura Savia discuss the making of Red Flamboyant, a play about the first Vietnamese AIDS support group by Alina Oswald When...

Ray Mercer: Advocate

Pure Artistry Dancer & choreographer Ray Mercer exemplifies why Broadway Cares by George M. Johnson From Dancing with the Stars to So You Think You Can Dance,...

NINA

Musical Influence Singing since age six, Euro sensation NINA is all grown up, bringing fans to their feet and talking about HIV by Sean Black Photos courtesy...

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...

Still At Risk: An Interview with Playwright Tim Pinckney

Still At Risk Playwright Tim Pinckney examines AIDS activism then and now, and the rewriting of our history by Hank Trout We first meet Kevin, ex-actor and...

Signs of the Times

Chicago Playwright Philip Dawkins Authors a Zodiac of AIDS by Sean Black Exiting a cab in front of The Victory Gardens Biograph Theater just south of...

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