Tag Archives: HIV/AIDS

Event: thirtynothing Performance

Performance: thirtynothing

When: Tuesday, March 19, 2013 – 8:00pm – 10:00pm

Where: The Rotunda / 4014 Walnut Street

thirtynothing – Written & Performed by Dan Fishback

In his solo performance, thirtynothing, Dan Fishback juxtaposes tales from the terrifying dawn of the AIDS epidemic with stories from his own more innocent childhood in those same years. As he unearths forgotten work by gay artists who died in the 80s and 90s, Fishback weaves stories from his own life through stories from theirs. Searching for role models and father figures amongst artists like Mark Morrisroe, David Wojnarowicz, David B. Feinberg, Essex Hemphill and many more, Fishback interacts with their work, dramatizing the generation gap between older and younger gay men. With insight, wit, and his characteristic dark, neurotic humor, Fishback tears open issues of sexual intimacy, mass death and cultural memory, creating an abstract theatrical landscape where the living and the dead can co-mingle and collaborate.

Dan Fishback seems so much like a nerdy close friend… that audience members, whom Fishback occasionally engages in conversation, have to restrain themselves from responding.” – THE NEW YORKER


Event: Bigger Than Positivity: Ripple Effects of HIV/AIDS

Thursday, February 7
Huntsman Hall, Univ. of Pennsylvania

We all had sex-ed. We have been told over and over to get tested, but come and find out ways that HIV/AIDS affect our community that you may not have expected. HIV/AIDS as an epidemic has implications outside of those relating to health. Come join QPOC, the Delta Eta Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. and Dr. David Malebranche of Penn’s Student Health Services as we discuss an issue that expands across all races, sexualities, and cultures. Light refreshments will be served.