It’s especially heart-rending when a champion for the afflicted must face serious health challenges himself. Garry Allan Breul, founder of the Suncoast Theatre Project, is being treated for cancer of the lung and brain, and the theater community has rallied to help him through an immensely trying time. Though he certainly has enough on his hands, Breul isn’t letting up, and he’s spearheading another uproarious, comedic parody production to help AIDS charities in honor of St. Pete Pride Week. All About Steve, a riff on the Bette Davis film, stars the performers of Scott and Patti fame: Matthew McGee as aging theater star Margo Channing and Scott as Steve, her fawning, back-stabbing assistant. All proceeds go to AIDS/HIV charities’ services (not administrative costs, to funds that strictly help the people Breul says). Honor Breul’s efforts and the cause he champions by attending what will no doubt be an entertaining show — from T. Scott Wooten, the playwright who brought us Blown by the Wind and A Wizard of Oz; musical selections by Michael Raabe.