By Tony Kushner
A revised version of 1 of the main influential performs of our time, released with a brand new foreword via the author.
"Angels in America is the broadest, private, such a lot looking American play of our time."—Jack Kroll, Newsweek
"A tremendous, mind-blowing play… provocative, witty and deeply upsetting… a looking out and radical rethinking of yank political drama."—Frank wealthy, The big apple Times
"Something infrequent, harmful and harrowing…a roman candle hurled right into a drawing room…"—Nicholas de Jongh, London night Standard
"Playful and profound, extravagantly theatrical and deeply non secular, witty, and compassionate, livid and really smart…It’s most unlikely to visualize a person captivated by way of the start no longer wanting—needing—to return for the end."—Linda Winer, Newsday
"An significantly striking paintings of the mind's eye and mind, a towering instance of what theatre stretched to its complete power can achieve."—Clifford A. Ridley, The Philadelphia Inquirer
"Perestroika is a masterpiece."—John Lahr, The New Yorker
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Additional resources for Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes (2013 Revised Edition)
Little pause) M A I’d like to go traveling. Leave you behind to worry. ” “Nevermore . ” (Mr. ) harper: Oh! You startled me! mr. lies: Cash, check or credit card? harper: I remember you. You’re from Salt Lake. You sold us the plane tickets when we flew here. What are you doing in Brooklyn? mr. lies: You said you wanted to travel . . harper: And here you are. How thoughtful. mr. lies: Mr. Lies. Of the International Order of Travel Agents. We mobilize the globe, we set people adrift, we stir the populace and send nomads eddying across the planet.
Thinking. harper: It’s late. joe: I had a lot to think about. harper: I burned dinner. joe: Sorry. harper: Not my dinner. My dinner was fine. Your dinner. I put it back in the oven and turned everything up as high as it could go and I watched till it burned black. It’s still hot. Very hot. Want it? joe: You didn’t have to do that. harper: I know. It just seemed like the kind of thing a mentally deranged sex-starved pill-popping housewife would do. joe: Uh-huh. harper: So I did it. Who knows anymore what I have to do?
I really don’t. A A Scene 8 That night. Split scene: Prior and Louis in their bed. Louis reading, Prior cuddled next to him. Harper in Brooklyn, alone. Joe enters. harper: Where were you? joe: Out. harper: Where? joe: Just out. Thinking. harper: It’s late. joe: I had a lot to think about. harper: I burned dinner. joe: Sorry. harper: Not my dinner. My dinner was fine. Your dinner. I put it back in the oven and turned everything up as high as it could go and I watched till it burned black.
Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes (2013 Revised Edition) by Tony Kushner