The production, to be directed by Michael Greif (“Next to Normal,” “Rent”), will open at the Signature’s 160-seat theater late in 2010, and is expected to run for about four months, said the artistic director, James Houghton. Both plays that make up “Angels” — “Millennium Approaches” and “Perestroika” — will run in repertory; the theater also plans to have performance days where the plays (each three and a half hours) are presented back to back.
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Angels in America headed for Broadway Revival
Tony Kushner's epic masterpiece Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes is headed back to the boards for the fist time since it closed on Broadway in 1994. So jealous New York, this is a brilliant amazing drop dead masterpiece.
Posted by Andrew klaus-Vineyard at Wednesday, September 02, 2009
Labels: Angels In America, Broadway, theatre, Tony Kushner
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