Tony Kushner | Literature Criticism Critical Review by John Lahr

This literature criticism consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis & critique of Tony Kushner.
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Critical Review by John Lahr

SOURCE: "Angels on Broadway," in The New Yorker, Vol. LXIX, No. 15, 31 May 1993, p. 137.

In the review below, Lahr argues that Millennium Approaches, "which is gay in subject matter and theme, is about America, about justice, about decency, and about heart."

"And how else should an angel land on earth but with the utmost difficulty?" Tony Kushner wrote to the cast of Angels in America, his saga about gay life and the politics of sexuality, when its two parts made their American première at the Mark Taper Forum, in Los Angeles, last fall. "If we are to be visited by angels we will have to call them down with sweat and strain." All the sweat and strain in transferring this ambitious epic to Broadway are now over, and its first part, Millennium Approaches...

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