National Theatre's acclaimed revival of Tony Kushner’s Pulitzer Prize-winning masterwork comes to Broadway starring Nathan Lane and Andrew Garfield. Winner of six 2018 Tony Awards, including Best Play Revival of a Play. More…
America in the mid-1980s. In the midst of the AIDS crisis and a conservative Reagan administration, New Yorkers grapple with life and death, love and sex, heaven and hell. This new staging of 'Part One of Angels in America, Millennium Approaches,' and of 'Part Two, Perestroika' had its world premiere last year in a sold-out run at the National Theatre in London.
See it if You don't mind sifting through 9 hours to find maybe 3 of juicy stuff.
Don't see it if Insufferable self-pitying characters. The portrayal of the worst that the AIDS epidemic brought up in people.
See it if you appreciate wonderful performances, especially by an amazing Andrew Garfield.. If you are interested exploring past tragic times
Don't see it if You cannot sit through two very long evenings, dislike serious and sad true retelling of our history
See it if you like very well written characters and text, excellent acting, gay themes, parallels between the 1980s political climate and now.
Don't see it if you don't like long shows, don't have an open mind to fantastical story telling and unrealistic portrayals of thought, time, and place.
See it if you enjoy Kushner and writing about AIDS Crisis and can stand 7.5 hours of political theater
Don't see it if you cant afford it. hopefully Bway pricing wont be too insane.
See it if you've only ever read the play or seen the movie. It's lovely seeing it on stage, as intended. The stagecraft is magnificent. First rate.
Don't see it if you have *really* fond memories of the original Broadway or London shows. This was a great production but I didn't love every performance.
See it if you've done your wikipedia research on Roy Cohn, Ethel Rosenberg. I also saw the Bway orig but appreciate it more now knowing more history.
Don't see it if you're homophobic or you don't know who Roy Cohn & Ethel Rosenberg were (find out and then see it).
See it if you want to learn about the aids crisis in their country in the last century, in nyc.Great play. Lots of death from the disease.
Don't see it if you saw the original as this one is not as good. interesting but sometimes disappointing. good acting.
See it if You enjoy plays. You like interweaving story lines. You are not intimidated by tough topics such as AIDS and HIV.
Don't see it if You have a problem with LGTBQ productions. You do not like long productions. You do not like interweaving story lines.
See it if If you love the text and have waited 20 years for it to return. Saw this same cast in London. So many moments of revelation.
Don't see it if The first cast to do this show 20 years ago was so brilliant. Several of the key performances in this miss the mark that had been set.
See it if You want to see a still relevant play, done in the epic proportions in which it was meant to be, enjoy inventive staging, and great acting
Don't see it if You can't handle nearly 8 hours at the theater.