History Theatre / AngelsInAmerica

9th Apr '16 7:32:26 PM aye_amber
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-->'''Prior:''' Gay homosexual, not bonny, blithe and...NeverMind.

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-->'''Prior:''' Gay homosexual, not bonny, blithe and...NeverMind. Nevermind.
7th Feb '16 1:18:00 AM Lusketrollet
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* CastFullOfGay: All five men have/have had sex with men. Make of that what you will.

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* CastFullOfGay: All five men have/have had sex with men. Make of that what you will.



** Angels in this universe are also pan by definition.
15th May '15 11:01:13 AM MarkLungo
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''Angels in America'' (subtitled ''A Gay Fantasia on National Themes'') is a PulitzerPrize- and Tony Award-winning play written by Tony Kushner. It is presented in two parts, ''Millennium Approaches'' and ''Perestroika'', each of which runs roughly three hours long. The two parts premiered in California in 1991 and 1992, respectively, and were produced on Broadway together in 1993.

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''Angels in America'' (subtitled ''A Gay Fantasia on National Themes'') is a PulitzerPrize- UsefulNotes/PulitzerPrize- and Tony Award-winning play written by Tony Kushner. It is presented in two parts, ''Millennium Approaches'' and ''Perestroika'', each of which runs roughly three hours long. The two parts premiered in California in 1991 and 1992, respectively, and were produced on Broadway together in 1993.
21st Feb '15 9:52:52 AM TimDH426
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A MiniSeries based on the play aired on HBO in 2003, directed by MikeNichols and starring Justin Kirk, Ben Shenkman, Emma Thompson, AlPacino, Creator/MerylStreep, [[Creator/MaryLouiseParker Mary-Louise Parker]], Patrick Wilson, and original cast member Jeffrey Wright. It went on to surpass ''Roots'' for most Emmys won by a program in a single year.

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A MiniSeries based on the play aired on HBO in 2003, directed by MikeNichols and starring Justin Kirk, Ben Shenkman, Emma Thompson, AlPacino, Creator/MerylStreep, [[Creator/MaryLouiseParker Mary-Louise Parker]], Creator/MaryLouiseParker, Patrick Wilson, and original cast member Jeffrey Wright. It went on to surpass ''Roots'' for most Emmys won by a program in a single year.
21st Feb '15 9:49:23 AM TimDH426
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A MiniSeries based on the play aired on HBO in 2003, directed by MikeNichols and starring Justin Kirk, Ben Shenkman, Emma Thompson, AlPacino, Creator/MerylStreep, Mary-Louise Parker, Patrick Wilson, and original cast member Jeffrey Wright. It went on to surpass ''Roots'' for most Emmys won by a program in a single year.

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A MiniSeries based on the play aired on HBO in 2003, directed by MikeNichols and starring Justin Kirk, Ben Shenkman, Emma Thompson, AlPacino, Creator/MerylStreep, [[Creator/MaryLouiseParker Mary-Louise Parker, Parker]], Patrick Wilson, and original cast member Jeffrey Wright. It went on to surpass ''Roots'' for most Emmys won by a program in a single year.
1st Jan '15 8:11:43 PM nombretomado
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A MiniSeries based on the play aired on HBO in 2003, directed by MikeNichols and starring Justin Kirk, Ben Shenkman, Emma Thompson, AlPacino, MerylStreep, Mary-Louise Parker, Patrick Wilson, and original cast member Jeffrey Wright. It went on to surpass ''Roots'' for most Emmys won by a program in a single year.

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A MiniSeries based on the play aired on HBO in 2003, directed by MikeNichols and starring Justin Kirk, Ben Shenkman, Emma Thompson, AlPacino, MerylStreep, Creator/MerylStreep, Mary-Louise Parker, Patrick Wilson, and original cast member Jeffrey Wright. It went on to surpass ''Roots'' for most Emmys won by a program in a single year.
26th Sep '14 6:28:44 AM TrustBen
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* NoTrueScotsman: Roy's rationalization for why he's not gay: Homosexuals have no clout, and he does.
6th Sep '14 7:46:25 PM broxmeyer2
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* LargeHam: Roy Kohn, especially Al Pacino's portrayal in the HBO version.

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* LargeHam: Roy Kohn, Cohn, especially Al Pacino's portrayal in the HBO version.
6th Sep '14 7:41:28 PM broxmeyer2
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* LargeHam: Roy Kohn, especially Al Pacino's portrayal in the HBO version.
16th May '14 4:33:05 PM Willbyr
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[[quoteright:237:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/ANGELS3.JPG]]



''{{Angels In America}}'' (subtitled ''A Gay Fantasia on National Themes'') is a PulitzerPrize- and Tony Award-winning play written by Tony Kushner. It is presented in two parts, ''Millennium Approaches'' and ''Perestroika'', each of which runs roughly three hours long. The two parts premiered in California in 1991 and 1992, respectively, and were produced on Broadway together in 1993.

http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/ANGELS3.JPG

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''{{Angels In America}}'' ''Angels in America'' (subtitled ''A Gay Fantasia on National Themes'') is a PulitzerPrize- and Tony Award-winning play written by Tony Kushner. It is presented in two parts, ''Millennium Approaches'' and ''Perestroika'', each of which runs roughly three hours long. The two parts premiered in California in 1991 and 1992, respectively, and were produced on Broadway together in 1993.

http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/ANGELS3.JPG
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