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Touched By an Angel

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Even if you haven’t seen any of Tony Kushner’s plays, you’re probably familiar with them. His most famous work, Angels in America, is an epic tale of AIDS set in 1980s New York. It was a hit onstage, it was adapted into an Emmy-hogging HBO miniseries, and it snagged tons of accolades from both viewers and critics. Kushner and George C. Wolfe (who directed 1993’s original Broadway run of the play) discuss the influential Angels at Playhouse Square tonight. And unlike previous outings in the Writers Center Stage Program, Kushner and Wolfe will appear onstage together. Expect plenty of insight.
Tue., April 17, 7:30 p.m.

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