Larry Kramer — writer, advocate, “loudmouth” — helped define AIDS activism and gay life. He ruffled some feathers along the way.
Mr. Hoffman began his career as a book editor and also wrote the groundbreaking libretto for John Corigliano’s opera “The Ghosts of Versailles.”
The National AIDS Memorial Grove in San Francisco may someday be joined by a full-fledged center honoring heroes and victims of the epidemic’s early years.
This revival features a scene that can take away the breath of anyone who was touched by an illness that started claiming mainly gay men.
John Bernd inspired a series exploring the impact of the AIDS epidemic on dance.
Times have changed for gay rights, leading the makers of “Falsettos” to wonder how the show will be received compared with its Broadway debut in 1992.
“Platform 2016: Lost and Found,” a six-week series organized for Danspace Project, includes performances, conversations and more.
Patrick Cowley’s music, some of which is just now being released, reflected and later stimulated the rites of gay life in 1970s San Francisco.