COMING IN JULY/AUGUST 2018
THEATRE DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY: LIGHTING
Tony Kushner’s sweeping two-part “gay fantasia on national themes” made its premiere at L.A.’s Mark Taper Forum in 1992, but it didn’t start—and it certainly didn’t end there. To celebrate its long overdue revival on Broadway, we’ll have an exclusive excerpt from The World Only Spins Forward, Isaac Butler and Dan Kois’s new oral history of Angels in America, which tells the story of the painful birth and gloriously multifaceted life of this contemporary classic.
CURRENTLY ON AMERICANTHEATRE.ORG
THE RETURN FLIGHT OF ‘ANGELS’
We’ll also discuss two other auspicious revivals: Original co-director Tony Taccone’s remount at Berkeley Rep and Freddie Ashley’s production at Atlanta’s Actor’s Express.
• Boulder theatre shoulders in, giving Denver a run for its money
• How Encore Theatre devises work with disabled actors