Day With(Out) Art Screenings The Museum of Television & Radio screens the Chinese documentary To Live Is Better Than to Die on November 28 (it premieres on Cinemax December 1), followed by daily screenings of the five-part series Pandemic: Facing AIDS.
Museum of Television & Radio, 25 W. 52nd St.; 212-621-6600.
Doctors Without Borders The local headquarters opens Gideon Mendel’s photo exhibit about the group’s AIDS efforts in South Africa on December 1, followed by a panel on the country’s AIDS policy (or lack thereof) that includes author Samantha Power (A Problem From Hell) on December 4.
Doctors Without Borders, 333 Seventh Ave., nr. 28th St., 2nd Fl.; 212-847-3151.
Live And Let Live The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine’s U.N.–sponsored gathering hosts performers from India, Mexico, and Senegal and the South African Sinikithemba Choir, in between testimonies from HIV advocates and sufferers.
Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine, Amsterdam Ave., at 112th St.; 212-222-3882.
The Collector of Bedford Street Alice Elliot’s Oscar-nominated documentary centers on Larry Selman, AIDS activist and tireless fund-raiser despite his own severe disabilities.
Yeshiva University Museum, 15 W. 16th St.; 212-294-8330.
Children of Eden A concert version of Stephen Schwartz’s Bible musical features a 100-member chorus of stars from Broadway and elsewhere, including that irrepressible Queer Eye, Jai Rodriguez.
Riverside Church, Riverside Dr., at 120th St.; 212-868-4444.