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Angels in America - Part One: Millennium Approaches

Angels in America - Part One: Millennium Approaches (Play) production archive for QTIX code T1713210994. Details of all Angels in America - Part One: Millennium Approaches archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S2332

Archive Listings

11 Apr 17
18 Aug 17
Lyttelton (National Theatre)
West End, Greater London
Performance Details => Venue archive


Angels in America - Part One: Millennium Approaches archivePart One: Millennium Approaches. Part Two: Perestroika. Angels in America focuses on the stories of two troubled couples. Louis, his lover Prior and Mormon lawyer Joe and his wife Harper. Prior has AID's, so does Roy, Joe's right-wing, bigoted mentor and friend. Harper is addicted to Valium and suffers anxiety and hallucinations. Louis strays from Prior's bedside to seek anonymous sex in Central Park. The two couples' fates quickly become intertwined. Tony Kushner's uncompromising two part drama is one of the great contemporary plays of recent years. Through interlinking stories and characters, the confusions and contradictions of our times are laid before us in a raw and rapid fire production that will evoke laughter, tears and disbelief through its theatrical achievements. Although set against the backdrop of the Reagan era this is not a history play.


Andrew Garfield (Prior Walter), Nathan Lane, Denise Gough, Russell Tovey (Joe Pitt), Stuart Angell, Susan Brown, Laura Caldow, Amanda Lawrence, James McArdle, Becky Namgauds, Nathan Stewart-Jarrett, Stan West, Lewis Wilkins


Author: Tony Kushner
Producer: National Theatre
Director(s): Marianne Elliott, Gwen Hales (aerial director)
Design(s): Ian MacNeil, Finn Caldwell (puppetry co-designer and director), Nick Barnes (puppetry co-designer)
Costume: Nicky Gillibrand
Lighting: Paule Constable
Choreographer: Robby Graham
Music: Adrian Sutton
Sound: Ian Dickinson
Other: Chris Fisher (Illusions)


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