Angels in America | Critical Review by Robert Brustein

This literature criticism consists of approximately 8 pages of analysis & critique of Angels in America.
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Critical Review by Robert Brustein

SOURCE: "Angles in America," in The New Republic, Vol. 208, No. 21, 24 May 1993, pp. 29-31.

In the review below, Brustein, despite some reservations, judges Angels in America "the authoritative achievement of a radical dramatic artist with a fresh, clear voice."

Tony Kushner's Angels in America—or rather the first of its two parts, Millennium Approaches—may very well be the most highly publicized play in American theater history. It is certainly one of the most peripatetic. Originally planned for a 1989 opening at San Francisco's Eureka Theater, then performed in full workshop at the Mark Taper in Los Angeles, later produced by the Eureka Theater in 1990, still later by the Royal National Theatre in London in early 1992, then staged along with its second part by the Mark Taper in Los Angeles in late 1992, and now mounted on Broadway after bypassing one...

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