Throughline Theater's clever and awakening adaptation of Tony Kushner's two part masterpiece, "Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes," is a refreshing emphasis on political, personal and spiritual issues that seem to dwell in most of us. Set in mid-1980's New York City, during the early days of the AIDS epidemic, "Angels" is a raw and moving story that focuses on a collection of characters bound together by fate, imagination and moral choice. Each one suffering through their own crisis which creates a rippling effect of experiences and encounters with one another.
|Henry (Joe Michnya) and Roy Cohn (Mark Yochum) discuss Roy's "condition"|
|Harper Pitt (Elizabeth Chappel) and Joe Pitt (Tom Kolos) having a moment|
|Belize (Monteze Freeland) pays a visit to a sick Prior (Nick Browne)|
|Louis (Ben Edelman) and Prior (Nick Browne)|
Tickets for the full-day event are $50, but tickets to only one show (either one) and the celebration can be purchased for $35. Tickets for any regular performance of the show are $15, or $12 for students with valid ID and seniors.
To find out more about Throughline Theater visit their website: www.throughlinetheatre.org
* please be advised - there is foul language and brief nudity in the show - so leave the kids at home*