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...

Thoughts on Fiddler, Joel Grey & HIV

For many years, audiences across the country and from around the world have heard the story of Fiddler on the Roof. Some might recall...

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...

Greg Roderick

Enchanted Evening Greg Roderick takes us behind the scenes of Broadway Bares by Chael Needle Do not pass go. Do not collect $200. Nobody likes the “Go...

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...

Stephen Mead

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

Jon Reed Sims & the San Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Band

Marching On Founded by Jon Reed Sims, the San Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Band Celebrates Forty Years of Making a Joyous Gay Noise by Hank Trout Photography by...

Nora Burns: Advocate

Unfinished Friendship In her one-woman show, David’s Friend, Nora Burns pays homage to her best friend, David, and revisits the AIDS crisis in New York...

Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City

Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City Music and lyrics by Jake Shears and John Garden, book by Jeff Whitty American Conservatory Theater When potential Broadway backers recently...

Falsettos & Broadway Cares

Absolutely & Unconditionally Fabulous AIDS-themed Musical Falsettos Supports Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS by Sean Black Hilariously quirky, toe-tap worthy and poignantly memorable is the highly acclaimed, Tony...

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