When: Oct. 19-22, 7:30 p.m. 2016
This conclusion of Tony Kushner's award-winning epic of American theatre is a work of stunning imagination, rich humor and profound feeling, and an elegy for the age of AIDS. Published in 1993, it was also a prophetic vision of the America we have become, and an early clarion call for change. Kushner’s boundary-breaking depiction of two relationships, one gay and one straight, interweaves actual historical characters such as Roy Cohn and Ethel Rosenberg, and creates a breathtakingly imaginative canvas for an America on the cusp of profound change. This play contains mature themes. Parental discretion is advised.
Price: Tickets can be acquired through the BW Theatre and Dance Box Office also located in Kleist or online at www.bw.edu/tickets and are $5 each. BW students get one free ticket.