Esteemed choreographer Ray Sullivan was a young ballet school student in New York City during the most fearful years of the AIDS epidemic. “If someone didn’t come to class, you were afraid to ask why. They might have been in the hospital,” he recalls in a voice still shaking with passion and grief. Having witnessed the ravages of the disease at close range, Sullivan remains incredibly aware that the plague continues unabated in poorer, less media-saturated corners of the world. “Africa today is everything that New York City would have been, were it not for the breakthroughs in medicine that we’ve had here in America. It’s actually much... More >>>