April / May #1 : What Next? - by Richard Perez-Feria

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Ty Ross Comes Clean

Update: Tom Keane

Asian Denial


Touch Me, Heal Me

What's AIDS got to do with it?


The HIV Beltway

GMHC Goes for a Ride

Things are Looking Up

NIH Names Head of AIDS Research

Voila! AIDS as Art

Philly, the Sequel?

Living Proof


One Voice

MAC to Pass PCP Soon

What Next?

Randy Shilts Dies at 42

Bob Hattoy, On The Record



Alternative Health

Holistic Turnaround

The Sunshine Boys

The Arts



Revis On Top

Eat It, Beat It

HIV Testing Requirements for Entry Into Foreign Countries

HIV Standard of Care

Most Popular Lessons

The HIV Life Cycle


Herpes Simplex Virus

Syphilis & Neurosyphilis

Treatments for Opportunistic Infections (OIs)

What is AIDS & HIV?

Hepatitis & HIV

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April / May 1994

What Next?

by Richard Perez-Feria

Zero Patience, first AIDS musical film, east up New York

Proving that art and AIDS truly know no bounds, filmmaker John Greyson debuts his audacious AIDS musical comedy, Zero Patience, in New York City this month. The way-off-center film brings together the infamous and largely fictitious "patient zero," the French-Canadian flight attendant accused of bringing AIDS to North America and the 19th century free-thinking English explorer, Sir Richard Burton, miraculously still alive and curating a museum show on "contagion."

John Robinson stars as the remarkably well-preserved Burton and Normand Fauteux plays the ghost patient zero. The late Michael Callen (recently seen in the muy mainstream Hollywood bone to the AIDS community, Philadelphia) lends his many talents to the film along with Dianne Heatherington, Richardo Keens-Douglas, Bunny Behrens, Charlotte Boisjoli and Marla Lokofsky.

Not one to duck controversy, Zero Patience, clearly hypothesizes that HIV has never been scientifically proven to cause AIDS and thus no one truly knows what causes AIDS.

Sounds like a musical to us.

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