Broadway Legend André De Shields Is Thriving at His Own Pace || Interview with André De Shields during which he spoke about spirituality, his career, and living with HIV.

What Happens When Black Gay Men With HIV Love and Dance in the Name of Brotherhood || Profile on Orlando Zane Hunter Jr. and Ricarrdo Valentine, and challenging the dominant perspective about same-gender-loving African Americans in the 21st century. 

When Using Dating Apps, Disclosing My HIV Status Is Earned, Not Your Right to Know || Revealing every nuance about my health with someone who doesn’t know my favorite color feels rash.

All Stories

TDF Stages

How Do You Explore the Tulsa Race Massacre Through Dance? || Veteran choreographer Donald Byrd discusses his politically charged world premiere for Alvin Ailey.

Shining a Much-Needed Spotlight on Black Men Living with HIV || Art meets activism in the immersive theatre piece As Much As I Can.

Why Boys Doing Ballet Should Be No Big Deal || Written in response to Lara Spencer’s remarks. Quashing the bullying isn’t enough to lift the stigma. Boy dancers need to be championed.

Never Show Vulnerability, Except When Singing || Caleb Eberhardt makes a tuneful Broadway debut in Choir Boy.


Despite the Hype, I Hated ‘Slave Play’ || Op-Ed

Time Out NY

Sugar In Our Wounds || Review

Zürich || Review

Dutch Masters || Review

My Brilliant Divorce || Review

Movement Research

White Voices VS Black Bodies at NYTimes || Critical Report