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Topic - Daryl Roth
Before long plane flights, Thomas Schumacher likes to download talks from some of the world's brightest and creative minds speaking at TED conferences, watching them on his iPad while thousands of feet in the air.
Before there was a test, before it had a name and before there was any way to know if AIDS was spread through the air, touch or bodily fluids, there was confusion and denial.
A new musical bringing together Tony Award-winner Harvey Fierstein and rock icon Cyndi Lauper will put its best foot forward in Chicago this fall.
Roth said she knew it would be the "perfect time" for theater that holds a mirror up to society with a story that still resonates.
"There are a lot of people that _ here's a big news flash _ that are still homophobic," she said. "And you know, people came to see this play, and I know minds were changed."